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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYEIGHT OFFICE! 

Washington, D. C. 






CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



EX TEE ED IN THE OFFICE OF THE EEGISTFE OF COPYEIGHTS, LIBEAEY 
OF COXGEESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYEIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYEIGHT HAS BEEX COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF COXGEESS OF MAB.CH S, 1891, 
51ST COXGEESS, 2XD SESS., CHAP. 565, SEC. U 



Fourth Quarter, 1903 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIC: 
1903 






'off 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYEIGHT OFFICE 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



EXTERED IX THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF COXGRESS, AT JVASHIXGTOX, D. C, UXDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHERE IX THE COPYRIGHT HAS BE EX COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51ST CONGRESS, 2ND SESS., CHAR. 565, SEC. U 



Fourth Quarter, 1903 
Whole no. 630— October 1, 1003 





CONTEXTS 




70LUME 34 

Books 


Page 

3 

30 


Volume 37 

Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 


Page 
55 




31 




58 


Volume 35 

Periodicals 


33 


Fine Arts 

Index to No. 639. 


.... 63 


Volume 36 

Musical Compositions 


41 







WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1903 



This weekly Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provi- 
sions of the act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, 
sec. 4, Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected by 
the deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the title entry, the 
name and residence of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are arranged in the following classes: 

Volume 34 

Books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodical contributions 

Dramatic compositions 

Maps and charts 
Volume 35 

Periodicals 
Volume 36 

Musical compositions 
Volume 37 

Engravings, cuts, and prints 

Chromos and lithographs 

Photographs 

Fine arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts) 

The numbers of this Catalogue are so printed that they can be bound at the 
completion of each quarter into the usual quarterly volumes; or, if preferred, at the 
completion of the year the numbers can be bound into four volumes, each volume 
containing the classes indicated in the above table of contents, and numbered as 
there indicated. 

The Index in each weekly issue consists of references to all the entries contained 
in that week's issue of the Catalogue, under an alphabet of (a) the names of the 
copyright claimants; (b) the names of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic 
compositions; and (c) the first word (not a, an, or the) of the titles of Dramatic com- 
positions and anonymous Books proper. The Index at the end of each quarter is an 
index of all the entries in that quarter. 

The titles of Books proper are prepared in the Catalogue division of the Library of 
Congress, and are complete bibliographical titles of books received at the Library 
of Congress under the operation of the copyright law. 

This Catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and can be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of from 
1,200 to 1,500 pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. Tlie Librarian 
of Congress can not take subscriptions, but a sample copy of the Catalogue may be 
obtained upon request preferred to the Register of Copyrights. 



COPYRIGHT LAW 

An edition (revised to July, 1901) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 30 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required to 
send remittance or stamps for paying postage. 

Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: 

Herbert Putnam Thorvald Solberg 



BOOKS; DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

CHARTS 



MAPS AND 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

Including books and pamphlets: leaflets, etc.; and periodical contributions; arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title ' 
would read, if printed in full. '•Copvright bv W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. Class A, XXc, no. 
68141, Sept. 11. 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 11,*1903." 



Abbot ( Vera) . The matrimonial mistakes 
of a very young couple. 52118 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68141, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. i 

no. 1. 52119 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68243, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Abbot (Willis J.) The wasted ballot. 
In Bovce's weekly Sept, 2, 1903. 

52120 
AY. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. ; 
A 67622, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Acme drawing course, unp. illus. 8° 
obi. 52121 

Acme school of drawing. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. A 64485, July 20, 1903; 2 c. ; 
July 31, 1903. 

Adams (Arthur H.). The Xazarene. 

unp. 12°. 52122 

Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. A 

46351, Nov. 19, 1902; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1902. 

Adler, George J. A German and English 
dictionary; comp. originally from the I 
works of Hilpert, Fliigel, Grieb, Heyse, i 
and others. A new ed., thoroughly 
rev., by Frank P. Foster and Edward 
Althaus . . . Xew York, D. Apple- 
ton and company, 1903. 2 pts. in 1 v. 
26i cm. 
3—21003 52123-52124 

Pt. 2 has special t.-p. and separate paging. 

Contents. — pt. 1. German and English.— pt. 
2. English and German. 

D. Appleton & co.. New York, X. Y. 
A 25031, Jan. 15, 1902; 2 c. Jan. 18,1902; 
A 64348, July 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28,1903. 

Advisory rates for Ashton, Iowa. Rey. 
16, 10*pp. 12°. 52125 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
A 65157, July 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. I 



Advisory rates for Carroll, Iowa. Rev. 

16, 45"pp. 12°. 52126 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 65158; July 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Lake Park, Iowa. Rey. 15 pp. 12°. 

52127 

Henry Bennett. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
A 64947', July 27, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Merrill, Iowa. Rey. 15 pp. 12°. 

52128 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 64945; July 27, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 



Xeyada, Iowa. Rey 



12°. 



16, 29 pp. 
52129 



Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
A 65159', July 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Paullina, Iowa. Rey. 20 pp. 12°. 

52130 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 64946', July 27, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Stuart, Iowa. Rey. 16,21pp. 12°. 

52131 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 65160; July 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Agawa (Yen). Plants and flowers. 14 

pp. 24°. 52132 

Oriental plant food company, Xew 

York, X. Y. A 65117, July 16, 1903: 

2 c. Aug. 6, 1903. 

Alcott. Louisa M [ay] Eight cousins; or, 
The aunt-hill . . . Boston, Little, 
Brown, and company, 1903. 3 p. 1., 
291 p. front., illus. 17£ cm. 
3—20582 52133 

John S. P. Alcott, Newton, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Sept. 7, 1903. 
A 67195, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 
995 



996 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Alger, Horatio, jr. Chester Rand; or, { 
A new path to fortune . . . Phila- 
delphia, H. T. Coates & co., 1903. iv, | 
383 p. front., plates. 19 cm. 
3—21289 52134 i 

Henrv T. Coates & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 58787, Mav 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
3, 1903. 
Paul, the peddler; or, The adven- 
tures of a young street merchant . . . 
New York, Hurst and company [1903] 
175 p. front. 19 cm. 
3—21725 52135 
Hurst & co., New York, N. Y. A 
66501, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Phil, the fiddler; or, The story of a 

voung street musician . . . New 

York, Hurst and company [1903] 169 
p. front. 19 cm. 

3—21726 52136 

Hurst & co., New York, N. Y. A 

66500, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Alieres (Paul). Miss Papa. 52137 

Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt. A*67559, Sept. 2, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 2, 1903. 

Allen (Grant). Fra Benedetto's medal. 

Chap. 1. 52138 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68244, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

The American short-horn herd book. 
(New series) v. 55 . . . Spring- 

field, 111., American short-horn breed- 
ers' association, 1903. 23J cm. 52139 
American short-horn breeders asso- 
ciation, Chicago, 111. A 65936, July 
27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

The American state reports ... se- 
lected, reported, and annotated by A. 
C. Freeman, v. 91. San Francisco, 
Bancroft- Whitney company, 1903. 23 
cm. 52140 

Bancroft-Whitney company, San 
Francisco, Cal. A 60784, June 1, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Anders, James M[eschter] A text-book 
of the practice of medicine, . . . 6th 
ed., thoroughly rey. Philadelphia, 
London [etc.] W. B. Saunders & com- 
pany, 1903. 1 p. 1., 1295 p. illus. 
(partly col.) plates (partly col.) 25 
cm. 

3—20473 52141 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. A 66730, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

26, 1903. 

Are you sick? truths worth realizing. 

15 pp. 12°. 52142 

Wales E. Van Ame, Fort Wayne, 

Ind. A 64131, July 13, 1903; 2 c. July 

27, 1903. 



Arke Rett games, unp. 24°. 52143 

James F. Matthews, El Reno, Okla. 

A 64841, July 10, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Azza. unp. illus. 24°. 52144 

Azza manufacturing company. New 
York, N. Y. A 65186, July 18, 1903; 2 
c. July 31, 1903. 

Babcock (Kendrick Charles.) History 
of California. W. W. Shannon, supt. 
state printing, 1903. [Bound with: 
New grammar school history of the 
U. S.] 52145 

American book company, New York, 
N. Y. A 62510, June 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
26, 1903. 

Bailey, Annie K[eeler] Manual of par- 
liamentary law. Arranged for deliber- 
ative assemblies of women. 1st ed. 
Danbury, Conn. , The author, 1903. 46 
p. 15 cm. 

3—19690 52146 

A. K. Bailev, Danburv, Conn. A 

60696, May 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

Ballenger & Richards 22d annual Lead- 
ville city directory for 1903 . . . 
Leadville, Col., Ballenger & Richards 
[1903] 23J cm. 52147 

Ballenger & Richards, Denver, Colo. 
A 21385, Aug. 27, 1900; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Bangs (John Kendrigk). The genial 
idiot; concerning the four hundred. 

52148 
John Russell Davidson, New York, 
N. Y. A 68258, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 
12, 1903. 

he discusses the old maid. 

52149 
John Russell Davidson, New York, 
N. Y. A 67819, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
5, 1903. 

Barker ( A. ) Physical culture in nature' s 
gymnasium. 52150 

A. Barker, New York, N. Y. A 67937, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Barlow (Berthene 0.) Primary chart. 
25 pp. f°. 52151 

B. 0. Barlow, Jefferson City, Mo. A 
66278, June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

Primer. 25 pp. f°. 52152 

B. O. Barlow, Jefferson City, Mo. A 
66277, June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

Bates, Alfred, ed. ... The drama . . . 
[Victorian ed. v. 8. French drama] 
London, The Athenian society, 1903. 
illus., plates. 24 cm. * 52153 

A. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. A 67512. 
Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 1903. 



V. 34, No. 39 



BOOKS 



997 



[Bates, Miss Laura Brace] Bachelor big- 
otries; co nip. by an old maid and ap- 
proved by a young bachelor. Illus- 
trated by an ex-bachelor . . . Pub- 
lished by a young married man. 
[San Francisco, P. Polder and company, 
1903. [102] p. col. front., col. illus., 
4 col. pi. 20 cm. 

3—20571 52154 

Paul Elder & co., San Francisco, Cal. 

A 63016, June 30, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

Bayne, Mrs. Julia Taft. Hadley ballads. 
Chicago, The Open court publishing 
company; London, K. Paul, Trench, 
Triibner & co., 1903. 52 p. 18 cm. 
3—20367 52155 

J. T. Bayne, Lockport, 111. A 63388, 
July 6, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Bed on -which Napoleon died to be sold 
for a song. In American magazine sup- 
plement New York American and jour- 
nal, Sept, 6, 1903. 52156 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67887, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Belated (A) message. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 4, 1903. 52157 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 66942, 
Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Benjamin (F. C. ) Paint pointers. 18 
pp. 24°. 52158 

F. C. Benjamin. A 65424, Aug. 1, 
1903; 2 c. July 18, 1903. 

Bierce (Ambrose.) Certain fool epi- 
grams for certain foolish persons. 

52159 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68098, Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Mr. Pollard's problem in human 

nature. 52160 

* W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67898, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Screed of the future historian. 

52161 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67669, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

TJnauthenticated dialogues. 52162 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67561, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Bigelow, Mrs. Poultney. The middle 
course; illustrated by C. B. Currier. 
New York, London, The Smart set pub- 
lishing co., 1903. 5 p. 1., 15-317 p. 
front., 4 pi. 20 cm. 

* 3— 20588 52163 

Smart set publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. A 66103, Aug. 10, 1903; 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 



Bishop (Julia Truitt, ) Jack's friend. 

52164 
Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. A 67953, Sept. 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Blackstone, Harriet, comp. The best 
American orations of to-day. New 
York, Hinds & Noble [1903] xv, 291 p. 
20* cm. 

3—20889 52165 

Hines & Noble, New York, N. Y. 

A 61521, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1903. 

Blantyre (Angus). Colonel Lisenby's 

romance. 52166 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

67931, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Boelsche (Wilhelm). When elephants 

lived at the North Pole. 52167 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68268, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Bowman, Isa. The story of Lewis Car- 
roll, told for young people by the real 
Alice in Wonderland, Miss Isa Bo wman ; 
with a diary and numerous facsimile 
letters written to Miss Isa Bowman and 
others. Also many sketches and 
photos by Lewis Carroll and other il- 
lustrations. New York, E. P. Dut- 
ton & company, 1900. iii, 120 p. incl. 
illus., facsims. front, (port.) 1 pi. 18 
cm. 

3—21720 52168 

E. P. Dutton company, New York, 
N. Y. 1899, 78469, Dec. 2; 2 c. Sept 
5, 1903. 

Bradstreet's book of commercial ratings 

' of bankers . . . etc., in the United 
States, v. 143 — September, 1903 . . . 
New York, The Bradstreet company, 
1903. 37J cm. 52169 

Bradstreet company, New York, N. 
Y. A 67586, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 9, 
1903. 

in the United States and . . . Can- 
ada, v. 143— September, 1903 . . . 
New York, The Bradstreet company, 
1903. 37 i cm. 52170 
Bradstreet company, New York, N. 
Y. A 67585, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1903. 

Brattleboro directory and house guide. 
1903-4 . . . Also directory of Chester- 
field, N. H., Dummerston, Guilford, 
Marlboro, Newfane, Putney and Ver- 
non, Vt. . . . Methuen, Mass., 
Union publishing company, 1903. 24 
cm. 

3—21713 52171 

Union publishing company, Me- 
thuen, Mass. A 62723, June 25, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 



998 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Brave and bold. no. 37. 52172 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

66205, Aug. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

no. 38. 4°. 52173 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
66714, Aug. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Breed, David R[iddle] The history and 
use of hymns and hymn-tunes . . . 
Chicago, London [etc.] F. H. Re veil 
company, 1903. ix p., 11., 11-364 p. 
20 J cm. 3—20393 52174 

Fleming H. Revell companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 66084, Aug. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

Briggs (G. A.) All on account of his 

wife. 10 pp. 8°. 52175 

Chicago telephone supply companv, 

Elkhart, Ind. A 63503, July 6, 1903^2 

c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Brine, Mrs. Mary D[ow Northam] How 
' ' a dear little couple ' ' went abroad . . . 
with seventeen illustrations. Phila- 
delphia, H. Altemus company [1903] 
47 p. incl. front., illus. 21* cm. 
3—19079 52176 

Henry Altemus, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 67830, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. 

Brobst, Flavius J. The horse-races . . . 
Chicago, Our home publishing com- 
panv, 1903. 62 p. incl. front, (port.) 
illus. 20 cm. 52177 

S. V. Brobst, Chicago, 111. A 64438, 
July 20, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Bronson, Thomas Bertrand. Colloquial 
German; a drill-book in composition 
and conversation, with a vocabulary 
and a short German grammar ... 3d 
ed., rev. New York, H. Holt and 
companv, 1903. vii, 169 p. 17 cm. 
3—21006 52178 

Henrv Holt & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 61244, June 6, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Brown, Garrett. How to beat the game: 
illustrations by Garrett Brown, jr. and 
Louis F. Grant. New York, G. W. 
Dillingham co. [1903] viii p., 2 1., 
[13]-117 p. front., 11 pi. 18 x 10* cm. 
3-20472 52179 

M. H. Johnson, Little Rock, Ark. 
A 63184, July 2, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Brown, Henry Harrison. Man's greatest 
discovery . . . [3d ed.] San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., "Now" companv; London, 
L. N. Fowler & co., 1901 [ c 1902] 59 
p. 19£ cm. 52180 

H. H. Brown, San Francisco, Cal. 
A 25388, Jan. 20, 1902; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 



Brown, John Howard, ed. Lamb's bio- 
graphical dictionary of the United States 
... v. 6. Newton-Sears. Boston, 
Mass., Federal book company of Bos- 
ton, 1903. front., illus., ports. 28 cm. 
Federal book company of Boston, 
Boston, Mass. A 67424, Aug. 11, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 52181 

The Buffalo Bill stories, no. 121. 52182 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

66711, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

no. 122. 52183 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
67127, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

Bufford, Charles M[arcellus] Contract 
and statutory liens in California and 
their enforcement . . . San Fran- 
cisco, Bancroft- Whitnev companv, 
1903. xv, 1089 p. 17* cm. 
3—20414 52184 

C. M. Bufford, San Francisco, Cal. 
A 63850, July 13, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Build your home and repay its cost price 

in little payments. 52185 

Metropolitan improvement companv, 

San Francisco, Cal. A 67927, Sept. 8, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Burdick, Annie M. The stolen bride; 
or, A tale of old Watch Hill [poem] 
New York, The Middlemore press 
[1903] 31 p. front, illus. 21 cm. 
3—17960 52186 

"A brief history of Watch Hill:" p. 21-31. 
A. M. Burdick, Clark Falls, Conn. 



A 62101, June 17, 1903; 
1903. 



Julv 30, 



Burgess, Gelett i. e. Frank Gelett. More 
goops and how not to be them; a man- 
ual of manners for impolite infants de- 
picting the characteristics of many 
naughty and thoughtless children, with 
instructive illustrations. New York, 
F. A. Stokes company [1903] [96] p. 
illus. 26* cm. 

3—20886 52187 

G. Burgess, United States. A 64302, 
July 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Burns, J[ames] J [esse] ed. Selections 
from English prose: Lamb, Burke, Lan- 
dor . . . Chicago, Ainsworth & 
company, 1903. v, [1] , 287-330. [355]- 
418, [433]-498 p. incl. 3 port. 19* cm. 
(The Lakeside series of English read- 
ings) 

3—21313 52188 

"The selections in this volume are taken 

from the editor's larger book ' Some unsetting 

lights of English literature.' " 

Ainsworth & co., Chicago, 111. A 
61109, June 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



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BOOKS 



999 



Burr, Aaron. The private journal of 
Aaron Burr ... v. 2. Rochester, 

N. Y. [The Post express printing CO.] 
1903. front, (port.) 25 em. 52189 
William K. Bixbv, St. Louis, Mo. 
A 67283. Aim-. 29, 1*903; 2 e. Aug. 7, 
1903. 

Burton, John E. Araham Lincoln; an 
oration . . . [Lake Geneva? Wis.] 
1903. cover-title. 23 p. 2 port. 27 
cm. 

3—21009 52190 

J. E. Burton, Lake Geneva, Wis. A 

65326, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 

Butte and Glenn counties telephone di- 
rectory. June, 1903. 8 pp. 8°. 52191 
Sunset telephone and telegraph com- 
panv, San Francisco, Cal. A 62666, 
June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. 

Buving horses and calendars, card 7 by 

9 inches. 52192 

Osborne companv, New York, N. Y. 

A 62981, June 29, 1903; 2c. June29,1903. 

Cady (Will A.) 13 think, folder 16°. 

52193 

W. A. Cady, Battle Creek, Mich. A 

64877, July 27, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Caissarato tells every woman how her 
hands may be made beautiful. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Aug. 30, 
1903. 52194 

W. R. Hearst, N T ew York, N. Y. A 
67475, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

California. Legislature. The civil code 
of the state of California, as enacted in 
1872, amended at subsequent sessions, 
and adapted to the constitution of 1879; 
and an appendix of general laws upon 
the subjects embraced in the code. 
Ed. by James H. Deering . . . Statu- 
tory history and citation digest by 
Walter S. Brann . . . San Francis- 
co, Bancroft- Whitney co., 1903. 1044 
p. 17£ cm. 

3—21306 521S5 

Bancroft- Whitnev companv, San 
Francisco, Cal. A 66235, Aug. 12. 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

The California promotion committee, San 
Francisco, Cal. San Francisco and its 
environs. San Francisco, The Califor- 
nia promotion committee, 1903. 4-112 
p. inch map. 18 x lOi cm. 
3—21010 52196 

Arranged by Hamilton Wright. 
California promotion committee, San 
Francisco, Cal. A 66506, Aug. 17, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 



Camp, Walter [Chauncey] ed. I low to 
play foot ball; a primer on the modern 
college game, with tactics brought 
down to date. New ed. — Rev. for 
1903. New York American sports 
publishing company, 1903. 127 p. 
inch front,, illus., ports., diagrs. 17 cm. 
(Spalding's athletic library, [vol. xvi] 
no. 183) 

3—20475 52197 

American sports publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. A 66995, Aug. 
25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Canfield (H. S. ) More precious than 

rubies. 52198 

Dailv story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. * A 68328, Sept. 14, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Carman (Bliss). Buying (The) of books. 
In The literarv world, Sept., 1903. 

52199 
L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

67566, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

House at the world's end. In The 

literary world, Sept., 1903. 52200 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

67567, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Carr (W. B. ) Carr's complete bemero- 

logical calendar. 16 pp. 8°. 52201 

AV. B. Carr, Washington, I). C. A 

65150, July 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Carter, Lincoln J. The flaming arrow . . . 
Chicago, 1903. [31] p. illus. 19 cm. 

52202 

Willis F. Jackson, Chicago, 111. A 

64292, July 17, 1903; 2 c. July 24, 1903. 

Casson (Herbert N. ) Man who says 
trade unions are too slow. In Bovce's 
weekly, Sept. 2, 1903. 52203 

W. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 67621, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 31, 
1903. 



Castellane (Marquis de) 
toms in France. 



American cus- 
52204 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68266, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



Catalogue list of parts, Underwood type- 
writer, models nos. 4 & 5. 40 pp. 
illus. 8°. 52205 

Underwood tvpe writer company, 
New York, N. Y. A 65400, Julv 29, 
1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Catalogue no. 370. June 1, 1903. 80 pp. 

16°. 52206 

Fairbanks companv, Baltimore, Md. 

A 64414, Julv 18, 1903; 2 c. Julv 29, 

1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Chase, Annie. Little plant people at 
home and what they are doing there, 
pt. 1. Dansville, N. Y., F. A. Owen 
publishing company, 1903. illus. 21 
cm. ( Choice literature series for school 
and home [no. 1]") 

3—18209. 52207 

Cover-title. 
F. A. Owen publishing company, 

" Dansville, N. Y. A 64205, July 16, 
1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

[Cheney, Mary Bushnell] ed. Life and 
letters*of Horace Bushnell . . . New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1903. 1 p. 1., 
xp., 1 1., 601 p. front., plates, ports. 
23 cm. 

3—21562 52208 

M. B. Chenev, S. Manchester, Conn. 

A 67508, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Chicago college of advertising. Lesson 

no. 1,3 to 5. 2 pp. 8°. 52209-52212 

John Lee Mahin, Chicago, 111. A 

68253-68256, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. each 

Sept. 12, 1903. 

Chicago correspondence school of nurs- 
ing. Lesson series, no. 7. pp. 1-33, 
illus. 8°. 52213 

Chicago correspondence school of 
nursing, Chicago, 111. A 65958, Aug. 7, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1903. 

Church, Archibald. Nervous and mental 
diseases, by Archibald Church . . . 
and Frederick Peterson . . . With 
338 illustrations. 4th ed., thoroughly 
rev. Philadelphia, London [etc.] 
TV. B. Saunders & company, 1903. 3 p. 
1., 11-922 p. illus., diagrs. 25 cm. 
3—21324 52214 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 66729, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
3, 1903. 

Cigrand (B. J.) Prosthetic dentistry. 

chap. 2. In American dental journal, 

Apr., 1903. 52215 

B. J. Cigrand, Chicago, 111. A 67363, 

Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. May 4, 1903. 

chap. 3. In American dental jour- 
nal, May, 1903. 52216 
B. J. Cigrand, Chicago, 111. A 67364, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

chap. 4. In American dental jour- 
nal, June, 1903. 52217 
B. J. Cigrand, Chicago, 111. A 67365, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

chap. 5. In American dental jour- 
nal, July, 1903. 52218 
B. J. Cigrand, Chicago, 111. A 67366, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



Circular no. 1037. Julv, 1903. 19 pp. 
illus. 8°. 52219 

TVestinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 65360, 
Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Circular no. 1067. Aug., 1903. 15 pp. 
illus. 8°. 52220 

TVestinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg. Pa. A 65359, 
Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Clark-Hutchinson companv. 62 pp. 
illus. 8°. 52221 

Clark-Hutchinson companv, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 61637, Julv 15, 1903; 2 c. 
July 30, 1903. 

The coal dealers' "blue book." [v. 34] 
September, 1903. Chicago, Phila- 

delphia, The J. B. Sanborn companv 
[1903] 26£ cm. 52222 

J. B. Sanborn co., Chicago, 111. A 
67636, Sept. 4, J 903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Cobb, Benjamin F[ranklin] Jack Hen- 
derson down East; illustrations by Mar- 
shall D. Smith. Chicago, Scofield 
publishing co. [1903] 91, [1] p. 
front., pi. 17 cm. 

3—21721 52223 

B. F. Cobb, Chicago, 111. A 56502, 
Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 18, 1903. 

Coffee (TV. O. ) New system of home 
treatment for diseases of the ear, nose 
and throat bv the absorption method. 
Sheet, 12 by 9 inches. 52224 

TV. O. Coffee, Des Moines, Iowa. A 
67976, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903. 

College entrance examination board of 
the Middle states and Maryland. . . . 
Questions set at the examinations held 
June 15-20, 1903. Boston, Ginn & 
company, 1903. 23 £ cm. 52225 

College entrance examination board, 
United States. A 65133, Julv 30, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Compendium of official life insurance re- 
ports . . . for two years ending Jan. 1, 
1903. 110 pp. 8°. 52226 

Spectator companv, New York, N. Y. 
A 65189, Julv 31, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 
1903. 

Conigisky, Louis. The home optical 
instructor ... 1st ed. Dubuque, 

la., L. Conigiskv, 1903. 37 p. front, 
(port, ) illus. 19J. 52227 

L. Conigisky, Dubuque, Iowa. A 
60792, June 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. 

Correct dress, autumn and winter. 1903. 

16 pp. 16°. 52228 

Haberdasher companv, New York, 

N. Y. A 65066, July 29, 1903; 2 c. 

July 29, 1903. 



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1001 



Cowling on chemicals in photography. 

imp. 8°. 52229 

James Cowling, Jersey City, X. J. 

A 65263, Aug. 1, 1908: 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Cox. John E. Sang Sammy; a story of 
the mountain people . . . [2d ed.] 
Providence, Kv.. Press of the Enter- 
prise [1903] 3 p. 1., [9]-112 p. illus. 
17 cm. 

3—20458 52230 

J. E. Cox, Providence, Kv. A 64843, 
July 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10', 1903. 

Cremer, J[ohn] H[enry] Chemical and 
metallurgical hand book; containing 
tables, formulas and information for the 
use of chemists, metallurgists and min- 
ing engineers. By J. H. Cremer, m. e. 
and G. A. Bicknell, m. s. 3d ed. 
Cleveland. O. [Press of J. B. Savage] 
1903. 406 p. 16* cm. 
3—20409 52231 

J. H. Cremer and G. A. Bicknell, 
United States. A 62667, June 25, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Critcher's trade list of manufacturers, job- 
bers, wholesalers and importers for 
Boston. 1903-4. 64 pp. 16° nar. 52232 
Edward Pavson Critcher, New York, 
N. Y. A 59618, Mav 4, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
12, 1903. 

Cromwell, J. Howard. A system of easy 
lettering . . . 6th thousand. New 
York, Spon & Chamberlain, 1903. 2 p. 
1., 34 numb. 1. 14£ x 21 cm. 52233 
Spon & Chamberlain, Xew York, 



X. Y. A 64528, 
Aug. 25, 1903. 



Julv 17, 1903; 



Crook, Isaac. Jonathan Edwards. Cin- 
cinnati, Jennings and Pye; Xew York, 
Eaton and Mains [1903] 95 p. 18 cm. 
( On cover: Modern messages) 
3—21560 52234 

Jennings & Pve, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 66793, Aug. 21, "1903, 2 c. Sept. 4,1903. 

Cumming, Robert C[ushing] The laws 
of Xew York state relating to general, 
religious and n on -business corpora- 
tions, taxation and exemption, Sunday 
observance, marriage and divorce . . . 
by Robert C. Cumming and Frank B. 
Gilbert. Comp. for the use of clergy- 
men and trustees of religious corpora- 
tions, by Rev. H. E. AVaugh ... 9th 
ed. Albany, X. Y., Banks & com- 
pany, 1903. xiii, 321 (i. e. 339) p. 24 
cm . 

3—20878 52235 

Banks & co. , Albanv, X. Y. A 66855, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 



Cummings, Robert C[ushing] — Cont'd. 

Membership and religious corpora- 
tions of Xew York, containing the new 
membership and church corporation 
laws, as revised by the statutory revi- 
sion commission and enacted by the 
Legislature of 1895 . . . with amend- 
ments of 1896 to 1903, inclusive, and 
tax law as amended ... By Robert 
C. Cumming and Frank B. Gilbert . . . 
Rev. by Albert J. Danaher. Albany, 
X. Y., Banks & companv, 1903. xiii, 
513 (i e. 536) p. 24 cm.' 
3—20879 52236 
Banks & co. , Albanv, X". Y. A 66854, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Cure of chronic disease by modern meth- 
ods. 28 pp. 16°. 52237 
Halsev bros. companv, Chicago, IIP 
A 62104," June 17, 1903; 2c. Aug. 3, 1903- 

J Cuyler, Theodore L[edyard] Campaign- 
ing for Christ. Xew York, Ameri- 
can tract societv [ c 1902] 238 p. front. 
19i cm . 

3—21021 52238 

American tract societv, Xew York,. 
X. Y. A 46848, Nov. 26, 1902; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

j Daniel's vision and mission in the golden 

age of prophecy. 28 pp. 24°. 52239 

David Charters, Denver, Colo. A 

43848, Oct. 7, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1902. 

Dean, Teresa [H] " The widow " in the 
South; a series of letters . . . Xew 
York, London, The Smart set publish- 
ing co., 1903. 133 p. 19 cm. 
3—20908 52240 

Smart set publishing companv, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 66857; Aug. 22, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

[Dennis, Albert W.] What to see in 
Salem. TSalem, Mass., Salem press 
co., 1903] "cover-title, [18] p. illus. 
(partly col.) 22i cm. 52241 

A. W. Dennis, Salem, Mass. A 
62773, June 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. 

Denslow (W. AY.) Denslow's A B C 

book. imp. illus. 4°. 52242 

W. W. Denslow, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 51580, Jan. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 

One ring circus, imp. illus. 4°. 

52243 

W. W. Denslow. Xew York, X". Y. 

A 51595, Jan. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 

Little Red Riding Hood. imp. 

illus. 4°. 52244 

W. W. Denslow, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 51577, Jan. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Denslow (W. W.) — Continued. 

Three bears, unp. ill us. 4°. 

52245 

W. W. Denslow, New York, N. Y. 

A 51578, Jan. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4. 1903. 

Dercum, Francis X[avier] Rest, mental 
therapeutics, suggestion . . . Phila- 
delphia, P. Blackiston's son &co., 1903. 
viii p., 1 1., 17-332 p. 22^ cm. (A 
system of physiologic therapeutics . . . 
Ed. by S. S. "Cohen . . . vol. viii) 
3—21575 52246 

P. Blakiston's son & co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. A 66862, Aug. 22, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Devine (Howard). Gracia's choice. 

52247 

Dailv story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111." A 67956, Sept. 8, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Diamond Dick, jr. No. 360. 52248 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

66709, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

No. 361. 52249 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
67125, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Directions and family right for preserv- 
ing fruit, vegetables and liquids by the 
California process. Sheet, 9 by 6 
inches. 52250 

Benjamin Ellis Miller, United States. 
A 66000, July 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Directions and rules for playing Peggy. 

Sheet, 14 by 6 inches. 52251 

Ernest Russell Zemp, Knoxville, 

Tenn. A 67010, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 9, 1903. 
Directory of the city of Rome (Oneida 

County, New York state) 1903 . . . 

Utica, N. Y., Utica directory pub. co., 

1903. 24 cm. 

3—19992 52252 

Utica directory publishing company, 

Utica, N. Y. A 66785, Aug. 21, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

Directory of the village of Riverside, Illi- 
nois, 1903. Riverside, 111., First 
Methodist Episcopal church, 1903. 
fold. map. 22^ cm. 52253 

First Methodist Episcopal church, 
Riverside, 111. A 57848, Apr. 20, 1903; 
2 c. July 13, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothy). Can women develop a 

sense of humor? 52254 

VY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67747, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Cinch that our grandmothers had. 

52255 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68097, Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 



Dix (Dorothy) — Continued. 

If love is madness let us be mad. 

52256 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67606, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Jollies that we know; the belle. 

52257 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68294, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Courtship jolly. 52258 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67890, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Man we didn't marry. 52259 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68015, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Missionary of love. 52260 

Dailv storv publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111." A 68331, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Perfect wife known by her clothes. 

52261 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68142, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 
A 7 aluable tips from the world's liter- 
ature. 52262 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67895, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Dodd, Mrs. Anna Bowman [(Blake)] In 
the palaces of the Sultan . . . New 
York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1903. 
xiii, 492 p. inch illus., plates, front., 
7 pi. 24£ cm. 

3—21566 52263 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 

A 67591, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

[Downes, Mrs. Minna Sophie Marie (Bau- 
mann)] German wit and humor; a 
collection from various sources classi- 
fied under appropriate subject headings. 
Philadelphia, G. W. Jacobs & co. [1903] 
299 p. front, (port.) 16 cm. 
3—21309 52264 

George W. Jacobs &co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 65232, July 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1903. 

Dunbar, Margaret E. Supplementary 
notes. For use with Isaac Pitman's 
phonographic instructor. (Twentieth 
century ed.) [New York, The Bul- 
mer printing co.] cover-title, 16 p. 
18J cm.- 52265 

M. E. Dunbar, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 
64684, Julv 23, 1903; 1 c.Aug. 3, 1903; 
1 c. Aug. 6, 1903. 

Duncan (James) says: Labor day is the 
great forerunner of industrial democ- 
racy. In Bovce's weekly, Sept. 2, 
1903. 52266 

W. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 67618, Sept. 3, 1903; 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 



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1003 



- 



Easy painting book. no. 1. 

4 6 . 



imp. illus. 
52267 



McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. A 44359, Sept. 24, 1902; 2 c. 

Sept. 24. 1902. 

no. 2. 52268 

McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. A 44360, Sept. 24, 1902; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1902. 

Educational leaflet, no. 3. pp. 25-33. 

12°. 52269 

Mutual life insurance co. of New 

York, New York, N. Y. A 66187, Aug. 

11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

Elder, [David] Paul. Nature . . . comp. 
Paul Elder. San Francisco, P. Elder 
and company [1903] 16 p. front, 
21 x 11 cm. 

3—18274 52270 

Paul Elder & co., San Francisco, Cal. 
A 63017, June 30, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 
1903. 

Ellis, Edward S[ylvester] The jungle 
fugitives; a tale of life and adventure in 
India, including also many stories of 
American adventure, enterprise and 
daring. New York, Hurst and com- 
pany [1903] 320 p. front., illus. 19 
cm. 

3—21727 52271 

Hurst & co., New York, N. Y. A 

66502, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Old Ironsides, the hero of Tripoli 

and 1812, and other tales and adven- 
tures on sea and land. New York, 
Hurst and company [1903] 280 p. 
front., illus. 19 cm. 
3—21302 52272 

Hurst & co., New York, N. Y. A 

66503, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Eltzholtz, C[arl] F[rederik] Livsbil- 
leder af pastor O. P. Petersen, grund- 
la?gger af den Biskoppelige methodist- 
kirke i Norge og medgrundlregger af 
den norsk-danske methodisme i Amer- 
ika . . . Chicago, 111., C, H. John- 
son, 1903. xiv, 372 p. front., plates, 
ports. 20 1 cm. 

3—21717 " 52273 

C. H. Johnson, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 
A 67337, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1903. 

Elwood (J. W.) Lessons on taxidermy. 

no. 4. pp. 1-8. illus. 8°. 52274 

Northwestern school of taxidermy, 

Omaha, Nebr. A 61413, June 8, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 7, 1903. 



The encyclopedia americana ... v. 4. 
New York, Chicago, The Americana 
company [1903] illus., plates (partly 
col.) ports., maps. 27 cm. 52275 

Frederick Converse Beach, New 
York, N. Y. A 67498, Sept. 2, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

England's rich and poor. 52276 

Clarence S. Darrow, Chicago, 111. 

A 67949, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

English; instruction paper, 1st ed. pt. 

15. 554 O. 45 pp. 8°. 52277 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 65130, July 30, 1903; 

2 c. July 30, 1903. 

Fenner, B[yron] Fenner's twentieth 
century formulary and international 
dispensatory, being the 12th ed. of 
Fenner's complete formulary, rev. and 
rewritten . . . Westfield, N. Y., B. 
Fenner. 1903. 1620 p. illus. 24^ cm. 
3—21326 5~2278 

B. Fenner, Westfield, N. Y. A 65422, 
July 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Findlater, Mary. The rose of joy. 
New York, McClure, Phillips & co., 
1903. 2 p. 1., 320 p. 20 cm. 
3—20578 52279 

McClure, Phillips & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67132, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 

Fitzgerald, 0[scar] P[enn] bp. Fifty 
years : observations — opinions — experi- 
ences . . . Nashville, Tenn., Dallas, 
Tex., Publishing house of the M. E. 
church South, Bigham & Smith, 
agents, 1903. 253 p. front, (port.) 
19 cm. 

3—20071 52280 

Book agents of the M. E. church 
south, Nashville, Tenn. A 64916, July 
27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

For Barty. In Daily news, Chicago, 
Sept. 2, 1903. 52281 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 66818, 
Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

For the home. unp. f°. 52282 

Columbian hardware company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. A 65007, July 28, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

Forman, Justus Miles. Monsigny [a 
novel] with drawings by Karl Ander- 
son. New York, Doubleday, Page & 
company, 1903. 5 p. 1., 246 p. front.. 

3 pi. 21 cm. 

3—20055 52283 

Doubleday, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 66781, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Foster, W [alter] Bertram. In Alaskan 
waters . . . illustrated by Winfield S. 
Lukens. Philadelphia, The Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1903. 4 p. , 1 1. , 5-363 
p. front., 6 pi. 19 cm. 
3-20579 52284 

Penn publishing companv, Philadel- 
phia, Pa, A 67200, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 

Four-track series, no. 7. Three ways to 
go to New York. 30 pp. with maps. 
8°. 52285 

George H. Daniels, general passen- 
ger agent, New York, N. Y. A 60169, 
Mav21, 1903; 1 c. Julv 27. 1903; 1 c. 
July 30, 1903. 

Fowler, Ellen Thorney croft "Mrs. A. L. 
Felkin." Place and power . . . New 
York, D. Appleton and co., 1903. viii 
p., 1 1., 381 p. front., 7 pi. 18| cm. 

52286 
E. T. Fowler, England. A 66829, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Frank Reade, no. 46. 52287 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67704, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Frizell, Joseph P [aimer] Water power. 
An outline of the development and ap- 
plication of the energy of flowing 
water . . . 3ded.,enl. 1st thousand. 
Xew York, J. Wiley & sons; London, 
Chapman & Hall, limited, 1903. vii, 
646 p. inch illus., 1 pi., diagrs. (1 
fold. ) 23£ cm. 

3—21573 52288 

J. P. Frizell, Boston, Mass. A 67001, 
Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 



Furbush (MaitlaudJ 
Slassorrs shock. 



Frederick Van 
52289 



Daily storv publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. ' A 68332, Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Gain and loss exhibit for 1902. unp. 

8°. 52290 

Spectator companv, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 66228, Aug. 12,1903; 2 c. Aug. 12,1903. 

Game of orthoepv or pronunciation. 

Sheet, 6 by 4 inches. 52291 

Chas. A. Harris, Oxford, Mass. A 

68201, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Garibaldi, [Giuseppe] The life of Gen- 
eral Garibaldi, tr. from his private 
papers, with the history of his splendid 
exploits in Rome, Lombardy, Sicily 
and Xaples, by Theodore D wight; to 
which is added the life of Garibaldi 
from 1860 to his death, by Henry 
Ketch am . . . Xew York, A. L. 



Garibaldi, [Giuseppe] — Continued. 
Burt company [1903] xvii, iii-iv, 403 
p. front., plates, port. 19 J cm. 
3—21567 52292 

A. L. Burt companv, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 59067, Mav" 7, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 
Garvice (Charles). The verdict of the 
heart. 242 pp. 8°. 52293 

George Munro's sons, Xew York 
X. Y. A 61148, June 5, 1903; 2 c 
July 31, 1903. 
General directions for using Dr. D 
Javne's family medicines. 12 pp. 8° 

52294 

D. Javne & son, Philadelphia, Pa 

A67856/Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903 

Geography of Arizona. [Xew York 
American book company] 1903. 8 p, 
illus. (inch map) 30£ x*25J cm. 

52295 
American book companv, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 63612, Julv 9, 1903; 2 c. Julv 
9, 1903. 
George (Henry), jr. How and why the 
single tax would help the union man. 
In Boyce's weeklv, Sept. 2, 1903. 

52296 

\Y. D. Bovce companv, Chicago, 111. 

A 67619, Sept. 3, 190^; 2c. Aug. 31,1903. 

Gibson, William Hamilton. Blossom 
hosts and insect guests; how the heath 
family, the bluets, the figworts, the or- 
chids and similar wild flowers welcome 
the bee, the fly, the wasp, the moth 
and other faithful insects; ed. by Elea- 
nor E. Davie; illustrated by the author. 
Xew York, Xewson and companv 
[ c 1901] xix, 197 p. inch front, illus. 
20 cm. 

3—20406 52297 

Half-title: Gibson nature studies. 
Xewson & co., Xew York, X. Y. A 
9893, May 21, 1901; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 

Gilmore (Xellie Cravey). The repara- 
tion of Eustis Carter. ' 52298 
Dailv storv publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 67955, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 
Goe, David E., ed. The transaction of 
business [by] Sir Authur Helps. How 
to win fortune [by] Andrew Carnegie. 
Madison, Wis., Eddy publishing com- 
panv, 1903. 4 p. 1., [xiii]-xvi, [3], 
20-134 p. front, (port.) 20 cm. 
3—21714 52299 
Mr. Carnegie's article is reprinted from the 
Xew York tribune. 

Contents. — Helps, Sir A. The transaction of 
business.— Carnegie. A. Howtowin fortune.— 
Bacon, F. Dispatch. Delays. Expense. Cun- 
ning.— Hubbard. E. Get out or get in line. 

D. E. Goe, Madison, Wis. A 65950, 
Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 



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Goldsmith, Oliver. Select poems of Oli- 
ver Goldsmith. Ed., with notes, by 
William .1. Rolfe . . . New York, 
Cincinnati [etc.] American hook com- 
pany [1903] 3 p. 1., [9]-144 p., 1 1. 
lllus. 1 , \ cm. 
3—20366 " 52300 

Contents.— Oliver Goldsmith, by T. B. Mac- 
aulay.— Selections from other memoirs of 
Goldsmith.— The traveller.— The deserted vil- 
lage.— Retaliation.— Notes.— Index. 

William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 vears from Aug. 18, 
1903. A 04540, July 21, 1903; 2c. Aug. 
19, 1903. 

Gordon, George A [ngier] Ultimate con- j 
ceptions of faith . . . Boston and | 

New York, Houghton, Mifflin and com- 
pany, 1903. xix, 399, [1] p. 20 cm. 
3—21733 52301 

G. A. Gordon, Boston, Mass. A 
07215, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Gordon (Keith). Lilac blooms. 52302 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68320, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Gravel, L[onis] P[eter] One hundred 
short sermons for the people, on the 
Apostles' creed . . . 3d thousand. 
New York, Congress own publishing 
co., 1903. 2 v. 19* cm. 
3—20466 52303-52304 

L. P. Gravel, New Y^ork, N. Y. A 
67055-67056, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. each 
Aug. 26, 1903. 

Graves, Katheryne Elizabeth. The Kaw 
Valley deluge, with poems . . . To- 
peka, Corning printing co., 1903. ! 
[40] p. illus. 26 cm. 52305 

K. E. Graves, Topeka, Kans. A i 
65144, July 29, 1903; 2 c. July 18, 1903. 

Great discovery that enables science to 
restore Rome's wonderful forum. In 
American magazine supplement New 
York American and journal. Aug. 30, 
1903. 52306 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N.Y. A 
67477, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Greater works of Jesus' disciples. 52307 
J. M. Edson. Chicago, 111. A 68113, ' 
Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 

Greenlev (Curran R. ) On Haskins 
Ridge. 52308 

Curran R. Greenlev. New York, N.Y. 
A 67942, Sept. 8, 1903;' 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. j 

Grimm, [Jakob Ludwig Karl] Kinder- ! 
•ind haasmarchen der bruder Grimm; 
^elected and ed. with an introduction. 
notes and a vocabulary, by B. J. Yos 
. . . New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book company [1903] 191 
p. incl. front. 18* cm. 
3—21310 52309 

B. J. Yos, Baltimore, Md. A 57494, 
Apr. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

13 



Guerrero, the great Spanish dancer. I, 
American magazine supplement, Now 
York American and journal. Sept. <i 
1903. 52310 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67882, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Gueth, Oswald. Twelve plates on pro- 
jection drawing ... 1st ed. New 
Y T ork, Spon & Chamberlain; London, 
E. & F. N. Spon, limited, 1903. 2 p. 
1., 12 diagr. 21* x 27* cm. 
3—18212 52311 

0. Gueth, New York, N. Y. A 60632, 
May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Guyol (Louise Hubert). Her choice. 

52312 

T. C. McClure, New Y^ork, N. Y. 

A 67933, Sept 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Gwynn, Stephen [Lucius] John Max- 
well's marriage . . . New York, 
London, The Macmillan company, 1903. 
3 p. 1., 355 p. 20 cm. 
3—20899 52313 

Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 67332, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903. 

[Hale, Philip H.] ed. The date book of 
live stock and agriculture ... 1st ed. 
St. Louis,The Hale publishing co., 1903. 
96 p. 16* x 10J cm. 52314 

Hale publishing company, St. Louis, 
Mo. A 62560, June 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1903. 

Halsev (Harlan Page). On their track, 

by Old Sleuth. 112 pp. 12°. 52315 

George Munro's sons, New Y^ork, 

N. Y. A 65017, July 28, 1903; 2 c. Julv 

31, 1903. 

Hamill, H[oward] M[elancthon] The 
Bible and its books . . . Nashville, 
Term., Dallas, Tex., Publishing house 
of the M. E. church, South, Bigham & 
Smith, agents, 1903. 142 p. diagrs. 
18* cm. 

3-20419 52316 

H. M. Hamill, Nashville, Tenn. A 

64919, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Hammond, Joseph. A lvri coffering . . . 

New York, Eaton & Mains, 1903. 9 p. 

19* cm. 52317 

J. Hammond, Hebron, N. H. A 

61682, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1903. 

Handy facts on gearing; correct cutters 
for bevel gears. 2 sheets, 5| x 8f. 

52318 

D. Ag. Engstrom, Springfield, Ohio. 

A. 62517, June 23, 1903; 2c. July 30, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Henry, George J., jr. Tangential water 
wheel efficiencies ... [San Fran- 
cisco?] 1903. 43 p. illus. 22 cm: 

52319 

G. J. Henry, jr., San Francisco, Cal. 

A 64076, July 14, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Herron ( George D. ) From re vol ution to 

revolution. In The Comrade, Sept., 

1903. 52320 

G. D. Herron, New York, N. Y. A 

68325, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Hillborn, Isaac H. Views and testimo- 
nies of Friends; address by Isaac H. 
Hillborn, fourth-dav evening, twelfth 
month third, 1902. Philadelphia, 
Friends' book ass'n, 1903. 31 p. 14^ 
cm. 52321 

Friends' book association, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 64627, July 22, 1903; 2 c. 
July 30, 1903. 

Hillig, Otto. Souvenir of Liberty and 
vicinity. Liberty, N. Y., O. Hillig, 
[1903] [32] p. of illus. 16 x 20* cm. 

52322 
O. Hillig, Liberty, N. Y. A 66016, 
Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

Hines (W. W.) What black Mike saw. 

52323 
Dailv storv publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 67952, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 
His son's return. 52324 

Foreign story svndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt. A 68337, Sept, 14, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Hodge, William Henry. Intuitive per- 
ception, presented by a new philosophy 
of natural realism, in accord with uni- 
versally accepted truths . . . Lan- 
caster, Pa., The Wickersham press, 
1903. viii, 477 p. 24 cm. 
3—20467 52325 

W. H. Hodge, Chestnut Hill, Pa, 
A 61 754, June 13, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Hodgman, F[rank] A manual of land 
surveying; comprising an elementary 
course of practice with instruments and 
a treatise upon the survey of public 
and private lands, prepared for use of 
schools and surveyors . . . Climax, 
Mich., F. Hodginan, 1903. xi, 394, 
vi, 106 p. illus., diagrs. 17 cm. 
3—20477 52326 

F. Hodgman, Climax, Mich. A 
65336, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson. Catalogue 
No. 114 . . . San Francisco, Sacra- 
mento [etc., 1903] illus. 27 cm. 

52327 
Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, San 
Francisco, Cal. A 63356, Julv 6, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 



Homerus. Homer's Battle of the frc 
and mice; arranged for young peopl 
by Oscar Herrmann . . . illustrated 
by Frederick Ehrlich. New York, 
Everitt & Francis CO., 1903. [44] p. 
illus., 4 pi. 28 cm. 
3—20364 52328 

Oscar Herrmann, New York. N. Y. 
A 66725, Aug. 20, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1903; 1 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Hopkins, John W[illiam] The elements 
of arithmetic in theory and practice, by 
John W. Hopkins . . . and P. H. Un- 
derwood . . . New York, London, 
The Macmillan company, 1903. xiii, 
548 p. incl. maps, diagrs* 19 h cm. 
3—21320 52329 

Macmillan companv, New York, N. 
Y. A 67431, Sept. I,"l903; 2 c. Sept. 
1, 1903. 

[Hopkins], Mrs. Margaret Sutton (Bris- 
coe) The change of heart; six love 
stories by Margaret Sutton Briscoe . . . 
New York and London, Harper & 
brothers, 1903. 2 p. 1., 171, [1] p. 
19£ cm. 
3—21298 52330 

Contents.— The assistant bishop.— Red tas- 
sels.— ■• Whither thou goest."— Creating a 
vacuum.— Debtors.— Oscar and Louise. 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 
A 64301, July 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Horton (William F. ) The story of New 
York's master specialist, imp. 24°. 

52331 

Lucas P. Williams, Chicago, 111. A 

65401, July 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

How beauty should make ready for the 
winter campaign. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal. 52332 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67881, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

How science has at last solved the prob- 
lem of pure milk. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal. Aug. 30, 1903. 52333 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67483, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

How science has found that leprosy was 
caused by eating fish. In American 
magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal. Aug. 30, 1903. 

52334 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67482, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

How Sunny Jim, of Spotless town, came 

to our store with Buster Brown, unp. 

illus. 24°. 52335 

Will P. Hooper, New York, N. Y. A 

64753, Julv 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1903. 



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1007 



How to play and perfect yourself at ten- 
nis. In American magazine supple- 
ment. New York American and journal, 
Aug. a0, 190.°.. 52336 

W. B. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67480, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

How to reach and how to leave Ports- 
mouth. X. II. Summer, 1903. 16th 
ed. 24 pp. 32°. 52337 

Andrew P. Preston, Portsm outh, X.H. 
A 64155, July 15,1903; 2 c.July 28,1903. 

Howe (James H. ) Howe's graded loans. 

Sheet, 5 by 8J inches. 52338 

J. H. Howe, San Francisco, Cal. A 

68038, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept 9, 1903. 

Hoxie, Charles De Forest. How the peo- 
ple rule; civics for boys and girls . . . 
New York, Boston [etc.] Silver, Bur- 
dett and company [1903] 165 p. illus. 
(maps) 1 form. 19 cm. 
3-21315 52339 

Silver, Burdett & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 56382, Mar. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Huart, Clement [Imbault] A history of 
Arabic literature . . . New York, 
D. Appleton and company, 1903. vii, 
478 p. 20 cm. {Half-title: Short his- 
tories of the literatures of the world . . . ) 
3—21747 52340 

Translated from the author's manuscript by 
Lady Mary Loyd. Bibliography: p. 447-450. 

D. Appleton & co,, New York, N. Y. 
A 60197, May 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Hulbert, Archer Butler. Portage paths, 
the keys of the continent . . . Cleve- 
land, O., The A. H. Clark company, 
1903. 194 p. inch fold, map, fold. plan. 
26J cm. (His Historic highways of 
America, v. 7) 

3—20874 52341 

Contents.— pt. i. Portage paths: Nature and 
use of portages. The evolution of portages.— 
pt. ii. A eatalogiae of American portages: 
Introductory. New England and Canadian 
portages. New York portages Portages to 
the Mississippi basin. 

Arthur H. Clark companv, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 67148, Aug. 27, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Hunt (Mary H.) American women 

have my heart interest, Empress of 

Germany. 52342 

W. R. Hearst, New Y'ork, N. Y. A 

67603, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Hyne, [Charles John] Cutcliffe [Wright] 
McTodd . . . New York, London, 
The Macmillan company, 1903. vi p., 
1 1., 355 p. 20 cm. 

3—21015 52343 

Macmillan companv, NewYork, N. Y. 
A 67489, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. ; 

7102—03 2 1; 



Illustrated (An) guide to Salt Lake City 
and its environs. 13th edition. 52pp. 
12°. 52344 

Magazine printing co., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. A 39720, Aug. 16, 1902; 
2 c. Sept. 6, 1902. 

In the land of the Lamas. In Times- 
Democrat, New Orleans, Sept, 6, 1903. 

52345 

Times-Democrat, New Orleans, La. 

A 67943, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Individual soul winning, how Jesus did 
it. Sheet 3£ x 9. 52346 

Methodist lay workers institute, New 
York, N. Y. A 64670, July 22, 1903; 
2 c. July 15, 1903. 

Ingraham (Prentiss). Dr. Kanelagh's 
crime. 52347 

Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. A 68329, Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Instructions for building 18 ft. launch, 
unp. 8°. 52348 

Modern boat pattern company, Bav 
City, Mich. A 62413. June 22", 1903; 

2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Interurban electric railway guide and 
business directory of North-western 
Ohio. 32 pp. 16°. nar. 52349 

Interurban guide companv, Toledo, 
Ohio. A 65355, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 3, 1903. 

Jack and Jill. unp. illus. 12°. 52350 

McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. A 43272, Sept. 11, 1902; 2 c. Sept, 
11, 1902. 

Jamison, Alcinous B[urton] Intestinal 
irrigation; or, Why, how, and when to 
flush the colon, treated in connection 
with other matters of physiological in- 
terest and importance. New York, 
The author, 1903. x, 185 p. front. 
(port.) illus. 22|cm. 
3—19406 52351 

A. B. Jamison, New York, N. Y. A 
56631, Apr. 2, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. 

[Johnson, Anna] Entering into his own, 
by Hope Daring [pseud.] New 

York, American tract society [1903] 

3 p. 1., 279 p. front., plates. 19^ cm. 
3—20891 52352 

American tract society, New York, 
N. Y. A 63178, Julv 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 



1008 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Johnston, Mrs. Annie (Fellows) Aunt 
'Liza's hero, and other stories, illus- 
trated by W. L. Taylor and others. 
Boston, L. C. Page & company, 1904 
[1903] 129 p. inch 3 pi. front. 18£ 
cm. (Cosy comer series) 
3—20584 " 52353 

Contents. — Aunt 'Liza's hero.— The captain's 
celebration.— Jode's circus money.— Jimmy's 
errand.— Washington's birthday at Hardy- 
ville. — An old daguerreotype. 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 
67212, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27,1903. 

Flip's "Islands of Providence" 

. . . illustrated by E. F. Bonsall . . . 
Boston. L. C. Page & company, 1904 
[1903] 3 p. 1., 11-180 p. incl. 7 pi. 
front. 19^7 cm. 

3—20576. ~ 52354 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

67211, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Jones (Dinwiddie). His high ideals. 

52355 

Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. ' A 67954, Sept. 8, 1903;' 2 
c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Kehoe, Thomas H[enry] History of the 
Catholic total abstinence union of Con- 
necticut. Including the proceedings of 
every convention; the names of all offi- 
cers and delegates and other interest- 
ing information. Also a brief history 
of the temperance movement from the 
year 1651 to the formation of the C. T. 
A. U. of Conn. . . . New Britain, 

Conn., T. H. Kehoe, printer, 1903. 
268 p. incl. front, ports., facsims. 23 
cm. 

3—21318 52356 

T. H. Kehoe, New Britain, Conn. 
1899, no. 54022, Aug. 24; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1903. 

Kellogg, Vernon L[yman] First lessons 
in zoology . . . New York, H. 
Holt and company, 1903. x, 363 p. 
incl. front., illus. 19 J cm. 
3—21319 52357 

•■ Reference books": p. 327-328. 

Henry Holt & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 65068; July 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Kelly, Allen. Bears I have met — and 
others; illustrations by Ernest Thomp- 
son Seton, W. H. Loomis, Homer Dav- 
enport, Walt. McDougall, Charles 
Nelan, W. Hofacker, Will. Chapin and 
theauthor. Philadelphia, D. Biddle, 
1903. 209 p. front, (port.) 14 pi. 18£ 
cm. 

3—21325 52358 

A. Kelly, Lansdowne, Pa. A 65945, 
Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 



Kemp, Frederik Adriaan van der. Fran- 
cis Adrian van der Kemp, 1752-1829, 
an autobiography, together with ex- 
tracts from his correspondence; ed.. with 
an historical sketch, by Helen Linck- 
laen Fairchild . . . New York and 
London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1903. 
xii p., 1 1., 230 p. front., illus., ports., 
facsims. 21^ cm. 

3—17806 52359 

" The writings of Francis Adrian van der 
Kemp": p. 213-216. 

"List of the principal authorities con- 
sulted": p. 217-220. 

Helen Lincklaen Fairchild, New 
Y^ork, N. Y. A 64568, July 21, 1903; 
2 c. July 24, 1903. 

Keys to success. 15 pp. 16°. 52360 

Maguire brothers, St. Paul, Minn. 

A 65483, Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

King, Charles F[rancis] Elementary ge- 
ography; a text-book for children . . . 
Boston, Lothrop publishing company, 
1903. vi, 220 p. incl. illus., maps. col. 



front., col. plates. 
(King's geographies) 
3—21715 



x 22*5 cm. 

52361 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 62858, June 29, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Krouse, H. A. The anarchist constitu- 
tion . . . San Francisco, Radical 
publishing company, c 1902. iv, [5]- 
188 p. 19£ cm. 

3—20399 52362 

H. A. Krouse, San Francisco, Cal. 

A 30175, Apr. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Lafayette Turkish and Russian baths, 
Washington, D. C. imp. illus. 16°. 

52363 

Chas. F. Crane, Washington, D. C. 

A 63587, July 8, 1903; 2c. July 8, 1903. 

Lamb, M[artin] T[homas] Every crea- 
ture . . . Philadelphia, American 
Baptist publication society [1903] iv, 
5-94 p. front. 20 cm. 52364 

M. T. Lamb, Trenton, N. J. A 
63771, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Landis (Ezra F. ) Combination wages. 

discount and interest tables. 2 sheets, 

3| x 8. 52365 

E. F. Hindis, La Salle, X. Y. A 

65344, Aug. 3, 1903: 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Lane genealogies, v. 3 . . . comp. by 
J. H. Fitts. Exeter, N. H., The 
News-letter press, 1902. front., plates, 
ports. 24 cm. 52366 

Mary C. Fitts, Newfields, N. H. A 
56074, Mar. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. IS, 11)03. 



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Law and the doctor, vol.1. 47 pp. 8°. 

52367 
Arlington chemical company, Yon- 
kers. X. Y. A 63563, Julv 8,' 1903; 2 
c. July 28, 1903. 

Lefevre (Edwin). A philanthropic 

whisper. 52368 

McOlure, Phillips &co., New York, 

X. Y. A 67484, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 e. 

Sept 1, 1903. 

Le Gallienne (Richard). A literary let- 
ter: The Mettle of the pasture. Aug. 
23. 52369 

Robert Howard Russell, Xew York, 
N. Y. A. 66658, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

Lessing (Bruno) . Children of men. 3rd 

instal. 52370 

McClure, Phillips & co., New York, 

N. Y. A 67485, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

1, 1903. 

4th instal. The Americanization of 

shadrach Cohen. 52371 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew Y T ork, 
X. Y. A 67709, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
4. 1903. 

A song of songs. 52372 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68262, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
12, 1903. 

Lewis (Alfred Henry). The boss. 4th 
instal. It) Sat. eve. post, Sept. 5, 1903. 

52373 
Curtis publishing co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 67544, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
1, 1903. 

5th installment. Sept. 12, 1903. 

52374 
Curtis publishing co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 67873, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
8, 1903. 

Lewis (C. B.) Bowser, the Spartan. 

52375 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

67940, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Honest Abe, U. S. M., by M. Quad. 

52376 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

67939, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Pike county doings, by M. Quad. 

52377 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

67938, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c.~Sept. 8, 1903. 

A widow, a girl and a bear. 52378 

T. C. McClure, Xew Y T ork, X. Y. A 
67934, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 



Lewis, W[illiam] U[enry] comp. A 
little casket of precious jewels; a daily 
companion which, when rightly used, 
will bring the Christian into a life of 
abiding fellowship with God . . . 
Nashville, Tenn.. Dallas, Tex., Pub- 
lishing house of the M. E. church, 
South, Bigham & Smith, agents, 1903. 
xiv, 100 p. front, (port.) 19^ cm. 
3—20465 52379 

W. H. Lewis, Glasgow. Mo. A 
64921, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Lewisohn (L. ) The books we have 
made. Chanter 12, Henrv Timrod. 

52380 
Ludwig Lewisohn, Charleston, S. C. 
A 68136, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 
1903. 

Liberty boys of "76," no. 141. 52381 

Frank Tousev. Xew York, X. Y. A 

67694, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Light (The) of the home. 16 pp. illus. 
16°. 52382 

Otis H. Kean, Xew Y T ork, X. Y T . A 
56913, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 

Limerick (Victor). Tale of the busy- 
body who forced his own finish, by 
Billy Burgundy. 52383 

Steve Flovd, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68194, Sept. il, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Tale of the heart-breaker who went 

lame in the stretch. ' 52384 

Steve Flovd, New York, N. Y. A 

67560, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Logan (Mrs. John A.) Are republics 

really ungrateful? 52385 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67889, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Crusade against crafty barterers of 

American heiresses. 52386 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67670, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Duties of school teachers. 52387 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
67605, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Inside history in great international 

scandal, a warning to American 

mothers. 52388 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67894, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Mothers should teach girls of a re- 
public real meaning of word nobility. 

52389 
W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68014, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 



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Logan (Mis. John A.) — Continued. 

Plea to American mothers to join 

the crusade against the bartering of 

souls for empty titles. 52390 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67750, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Warning to mothers and guardians 

who traffic in human happiness. 52391 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68143, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

London (Jack) . Where the trail forks. 

52392 
McClure. Phillips & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 68034, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903. 

London news. In New York times Sat. 

review. Sept. 5, 1903. 52393 

New York times company, New 

York, N. Y. A 67751, Sept. 5, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 52394 

New York times, New York, N. Y., 
A 68245, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903. 

Lothrop, Mrs. Fannie (M[ack]) Cele- 
brities of to-dav . . . New York? 
1903] 32 x 23 cm. 52395 

B. B. Hamlin, jr., New York, N. Y. 
A 66739, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1903. 

[Lothrop, Mrs. Harriet Mulford (Stone)] 
Sally, Mrs. Tubbs; by Margaret Sidney 
[pseud.] . . . Boston, Lothrop pub- 
lishing company [1903] 180 p. 18J 
cm. 

3—20898 52396 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 65330, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

Lvnde (F. ) The demoniac. In St. 

Andrews Cross, Sept., 1903. 52397 

Francis Lynde, Chattanooga, Term. 

A 67627, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Macaulav, [ThomasBabington] Macaulav, 
1st baron, 1800-1859. Macaulay's life 
of Samuel Johnson, with a selection 
from his Essay on Johnson; ed. with 
an introduction and notes, by Charles 
Lane Hanson . . . Boston, Ginn & 
company, 1903. xxxiii, 94 p. incl. 
front, (port.) 17^ cm. (On cover: 
Standard English classics) 
3—20481 52398 

••Reference books": p. xxix-xxxiii. 
Charles Lane Hanson, Cambridge, 
Mass. A 61 820, June 15, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
26, 1903. 



McCleary, James T[hompson] Studies 
in civics . . . Rev. to 1903. New 
York, Cincinnati [etc.] American 
book company [1903] 369 p. front. 
19^ cm. ( A merican educational series) 
3—21316 52399 

J. T. McCleary Mankato, Minn. A 
67262, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

McCoy, Herbert N[ewby] Equilibrium 
in the system composed of sodium car- 
bonate, sodium bicarbonate, carbon 
dioxide, and water . . . Chicago, 
The LTniversitv of Chicago press, 1903. 
21 p. 28 cm. 

3—21321 52400 

Printed from First series, vol. ix (p. 1C5- 

123) of the Decennial publications of the 

University of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, I1L 
A 53006, Feb. 13, 1903; 2 c. Julv 18, 
1903. 

McCutcheon, George Barr. The Sher- 
rods . . . with illustrations by C. D. 
Williams. New York, Podd, Mead 
and companv, 1903. vi p., 1 1., 
[9]-343 p. front,, 5 pi. 19* cm. 
3—20892 52401 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 57350, Apr. 13, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1903. 

McKenzie, Alexander. Getting one's 
bearings; observations for direction 
and distance. New York, London 
[etc.] F. H. Revell companv [1903] 
5, 9-304 p. 20 cm. 
3—21312 52402 

Contents. — Bearings, an introduction.— The 
gentleman. — Reason. — Imagination. — The 
calling. — Time. — Now. —Words. — Shibbo- 
leth.— Luck. — Success. — Friendship. — The cit- 
izen. — Travel.— Religion. 

Fleming H. Revell companv, Chi- 
cago, ID. A 67435, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 1, 1903. 

McKinley's outline atlases for history 
classes. Atlas no. 7. Mediaeval his- 
tory, unp. maps. obi. 12°. 52403 
McKinlev publishing co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 62130, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1903. 

Atlas no. 8. Modern history, unp. 

maps. obi. 12°. 52404 

McKinlev publishing co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 62131, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1903. 

Atlas no. 9. General historv. imp. 

maps. obi. 12°. " 52405 

McKinlev publishing co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 62132, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1903. 



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McMahoD, James. Elementary geometry, 
plane . . . New York, Cincinnati 
[etc.] American book company [1903] 
x, 358 p. diagre. 19 cm. (Half-title; 

The modern mathematical series . . . ) 
3—21596 52406 

J. McMahon, Ithaca. N. Y. A 61367, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

MacManus (Seumas.) Lord Thorny's 
eldest son. imp. 12°. 52407 

C. Arthur Pearson, ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. A 65113, Julv 30, 1903; 2 c. July 
30, 1903. 

McMurry, Charles Alexander] Special 
method in history; a complete outline 
of a course of study in history for the 
grades below the high school . . . 
New York, London, The Macmillan 
company, 1903. vii, 291 p. 19*> cm. 
3—20603 " 52408 

• List of bonks: " p. 271-291. 

Macmillan company, New York, N.Y r . 
A 67004, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

McNabb, R[obert] L[eroy] The women 
of the Middle kingdom . . . Cincin- 
nati, Jennings and Pye; New York, 
Eaton and Mains [1903] 160 p. front, 
17 pi. 19 cm. 

3—20482 52409 

Jennings & Pve, Cincinnati, Ohio. A 

65074, July 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

Maginnis, Owen B [ernard] How to meas- 
ure up woodwork for buildings, describ- 
ing the simplest and most accurate 
methods to be followed when figuring 
up all the woodwork required for either 
brick or frame houses . . . New 
Y'ork, Industrial publication company, 
1903. 79 p. illus. (inch plans, diagrs.) 
19 cm. 

3—20389 52410 

O. B. Maginnis, New York, N. Y. A 

63186, July 2, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Man in the street. In New Y T ork times, 

mag. sup., Sept. 6, 1903. 52411 

New Y"ork times company, New Y'ork, 

N. Y. A 67752, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

8, 1903. 

Marriott, Charles. The house on the 
sands. [1st ed.] New York & Lon- 
don, J. Lane, 1903. 3 p. 1., 345 p. 20 
cm. 

3—20901 52412 

John Lane, New York, N. Y T . A 

67320, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Marriott (J. H. W.) Picturesque Cabin 

John. In The eyening star, Sept. 5, 

1903. 52413 

J. H. W. Marriott, Washington, D. C. 

A 67974, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



Maturity table, monthly deposits. 8hee1 

8 by 6 inches. 52414 

W. II. Frost. Los Angeles, Cal. A 

67743, Sept. 5, L903; 2 c. Sept. 5, L903. 

weekly deposits. Sheet S by -1' 

inches. 52415 

W. H. Frost, Los Angeles, Cal. A 

67742, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5. 1903. 

Meehan, Eleanor Childs. Memories of a 
red-letter summer Cincinnati, The 
R. Clarke company, 1903. xiii, 291 p. 
front,, plates, port. 20£ cm. 
3—20604 42416 

E. C. Meehan, Coyington, Ky. A 
66433, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15* 1903. 

Melba the great sweet soprano jilted by 
Boston's musical idol Adamowski. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Aug. 30, 
1903. 52417 

W. R. Hearst, New Y T ork, N. Y. A 
67478, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1. 1903. 

Meyer (H. R. ) Government ownership 

of railways. 9. Australia. 52418 

H. R. Mever, Cambridge, Mass. A 

67225, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

10. Australia. 52419 

H. R. Meyer, Cambridge, Mass. A 

68137, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

12. Australia. 52420 

H. R. Mever, Cambridge, Mass. A 

68138, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Meyer, J[ohn] J[acob] Two twice-told 
tales . . . Chicago, The University 
of Chicago press, 1903. 11 p. 28£ cm. 
3—17810 5~2421 

Printed from First series, v. 6 (p. 117-125) 
of the Decennial publications of the Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

Two Hindu stories taken from the Kuniila- 
jataka (The Jataka, ed. Fausboll, vol. v. p. 
437) and from Jacobi's Ausgewiihlte erzah- 
lungen in Maharasb.tr! (1886) 

University of Chicago. Chicago, 111. 
A 54682, Mar. 7, 1903; 2 c. July 18, 1903. 

Midwav of the mountain. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 1, 1903. * 52422 

W. Werner, Cnicago, 111. A 66963, 
Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Miller, D[aniel] R[ight] The criminal 
classes, causes and cures, with an in- 
troduction by Hon. Charles Foster . . . 
Davton, 0., 'United Brethren publish- 
ing house, 1903. 1 p. 1., ix, 11-227 p. 
inch illus., plates, ports, front. 20 cm. 
3—20398 52423 

United brethren publishing house, 
Dayton, Ohio. A 63099, July 1, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 



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Miller, Robert J[ohnson] The rod that 
budded . . . New York, American 
tract society [1903] viii, 210 p. front, 
(port.) 19* cm. 

3—21018 52424 

American tract society. New York, 
N. Y. A 63258, July 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
31, 1903. 

Millikan, Robert Andrews. Mechanics, 
molecular physics and heat; a twelve 
weeks' college course . . . Boston, 
Ginn <fc company, 1903. 212 p. illus., 
diagrs. 22* cm. 
3—21322 52425 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. A 64922, 
July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

Missouri. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases . . . between October 27 and 
December 17, 1902. P. S. Rader, re- 
porter, y. 170. Columbia, Mo., E. 
W. Stephens, 1903. 23 cm. 52426 

E. W. Stephens, Columbia, Mo. A 
64853, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Molineux, Roland Burnham. The yice 
admiral of the blue; a biographical ro- 
mance, supposedly the chronicle left 
by Lord Nelson's friend, Thomas Mas- 
terman Hardy, yice admiral and baro- 
net . . . illustrations by Troy and 
Margaret Kinney. New York, G. W. 
Dillingham company [1903] 1 p. 1., 
364 p. front., 3 pi. ' 19 cm. 
3—20894 52427 

G. W. Dillingham, New York, N.Y. 
A 56827, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Montfort (Thomas P.) At Lone Elm 
ranch. 52428 

Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, HI. * A 68326, Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Montgomery, George R[edington] The 
place of values; an essay in epistemo- 
logical analysis . . . Bridgeport, 

Conn., G. R. Montgomery, 1903. 62 p. 
23* cm. 

3—20400 52429 

G. R. Montgomery, Bridgeport, 
Conn. A 64545, Jul v' 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 

Moore, Charles C[hilton] Dog fennel in 
the Orient . . . Lexington, Ky., J. ! 
E. Hughes [1903] 340 p. front, (port.) 
23 cm. 

3—20993 52430 

C. C. Moore and James E. Hughes, 
Lexington, Ky. A 62326, June 20, 
1903; 2 c. Aug.' 22, 1903. 



Morrill, Donald L[ittlefield] Federal 
government; an elementary treatise on 
the civil government of the United 
States, [pt, 1] Chicago, Scott, 
Foresman and company, 1903. 19 cm. 
3—20906 52431 

D. L. Morrill, Chicago. 111. A 64848, 
July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

School laws of Illinois annotated: a 

manual for school officers . . . Chi- 
cago, The Civic book company, 1903. 
xxiv, 426 p. 24 cm. 
3—21307 52432 

D. L. Morrill, Chicago, 111. A 60631, 
May 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Morrow, Lowell Howard. Atalantis: a 
novel. Boston, Eastern publishing 
company [<-1902] 285 p. 19 cm. 
3—21293 52433 

L. H. Morrow, Willoughbv, Ohio. 
A 26237, Feb. 3, 1902; 2 c. Sept 2, 1903. 

Morton (Katherine). The beauty quest. 

52434 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

67928, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

pleasing profiles. 52435 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
68323, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Moulton, F[orest] R[ay] On certain 
rigorous methods of treating problems 
in celestial mechanics . . . Chicago, 
The University of Chicago press. 1902. 
26 p. 28* cm! 

3—18255 52436 

Printed from First series, v. 8 (p. 119-142) 
of the Decennial publications of the Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 46934, Nov. 28,1902; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1903. 
Muniford, James Gregory. A narrative 
of medicine in America . . . Phila- 
delphia and London, J. B. Lippincott 
company, 1903. 508 p. 21* cm. 
3—20990 52437 

J. G. Muniford, Boston, Mass. A 
67335, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 
Musson (Bennet). The expedient of 
Ernest. 52438 

Daily storv publishing company, 
Chicago. 111. " A 68327, Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 
Napa countv and Yallejo telephone di- 
rectory. Julv, 1903. 10 pp. 8°. 

52439 
Sunset telephone and telegraph com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. A 64998, 
July 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. 

Natural (A) duffer. /// Dailv news. Chi- 
cago, Aug. 31, 1903. 52440 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 66^43, 
Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



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Neidlinger, \V[illiam] H[arold] A 
primer on voice and singing . . . with 
illustrations by Walter Bobbett. Chi- 
cago, London [etc.] Rand, McNally & 
company [1908] 70 p., 1 1. illus. 
2 11 cm. 

3—20395 52441 

W. H. Neidlinger, New York, N. Y. 
A 66668, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1903. 

New beauties conspicuous at the summer 
reports this season. In American mag- 
azine supplement. New York American 
and journal, Aug. 30, 1903. 52442 

W. K. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 
67474. Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

New Mason model C automobile endue. 

31 pp. 24°. 52443 

Mason regulator company, Boston, 

Mass. A 64442, July 20, 1903: 2 e. 

July 27, 1903. 

New National game politique, folder. 
32°. 52444 

C. W. Wing, Bayard, Fla. A 68006. 
Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. "Sept. 9, 1903. 

New Nick Carter weekly. No. 349. 

52445 

Street & Smith, New Y^ork, N. Y. 

A 66708, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

No. 350. 52446 

Street & Smith, New York. N. Y. 
A67124. Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11,1903. 

New things strange and curious. In New 

Y^ork herald, Sept. 13, 1903. 52447 

New York Herald co., Jersey City, 

N. J. A 68099, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

Nichols (Tom). The victory of Tom 

Nichols. In Bovee's weekly. Sept. 2, 

1903. 52448 

W. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 67623, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Nye F. C. | Lawful money. In Bulle- 
tin of \mer. Inst, of bank clerks, Sept. 
1. 1903. 52449 

Francis C. Nye, New York. N. Y. 
A 67946. Sept. 8, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Odds and ends of interest from far and 
near. In New York herald Sept. 6, 
1903. 52450 

New York Herald co.. Jersey City, 
N. J. A 67673. Sept. 4, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 
8, 1903. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer. No. 506. 52451 

German press and plate co.. Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 68112, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 10, 1903. 



Offener schreibebrief des Philip]. Sauer- 

ampfer — Continued. 

no. 507. 52452 

German press and plate company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. A 68333, Sept. 14, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 14. 1P03. 

Official classification and rate book on 
yellow pine lumber. Aug. L5, UK):!, 
v. 4, no. 3. 352 pp. 10°. ' 52453 

Southern lumber manufacturers 
ass'n, St. Louis, Mo. A 66431, Aug. 15, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 

Old Broadbrim weekly, no. 49. 4°. 

52454 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

66206, Aug. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1. 1903. 

no. 50. 52455 

Street & Smith, New York. N. V. A 
66713, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

On London 'change. In New York times, 

Sept. 6, 1903. 52456 

New York times company. New 

York, N. Y. A 67900, Sept. 8, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

O' Regan (J. J.) In memoriam Pope 

Leo XIII. Sheet 5J x 8*. 52457 

John J. O'Regan, Niagara Falls. N.Y. 

A 65143, July 29, 1903; 2c. July 24, 1903. 

Osborne (Wm. H.) Alexandroviteh. 

52458 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

67929, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Paine, Albert Bigelow. The wanderings 
' of Joe and little Em, with pictures by 
J. Conacher. Philadelphia, H. Al- 
temus company [1903] ix p.. 1 1., 13- 
146 p. inch illus., 1 pi. front. 18 cm. 
3—20577 52459 

Henrv Altemus, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
67845, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Palmer, Frederick. The vagabond: il- 
lustrated by Harrison Fisher. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1903. vi, 
[1] p., 1 1., -176 p. front., 5 pi. 20 cm. 
3—21299 52460 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York, 
N. Y. A 67506, Sept. 2, 1903: 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Pandora (The). 52461 

Foreign storv syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt." A 67947, Sept. S. 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Parker, John S[cott] Where and how; 
a hand book of incorporation. Being 
a digest and comparison of the corpo- 
ration laws of New York, New Jersey, 
Maine, Delaware, West Virginia. South 
Dakota, Massachusetts, and informa- 
tion as to technical procedure incident 
to incorporation in these states, to- 



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Parker, John S[cott] — Continued, 
gether with chapters treating of taxa- 
tion, management, accounts . . . 
New York, The Broun-Green co., 1903. 
176 p. 23* cm. 

3—20876 52462 

Broun-Green company, New York, 
N. Y. A 64063, July 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 18, 1903. 

Patti, §5,000 an evening. In American 
magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, Sept, 6, 1903. 

52463 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67886, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Payne, William H[arold] Chapters on 
school supervision; a practical treatise 
on superintendence; grading; arrang- 
ing courses of study; the preparation 
and use of blanks, records, and re- 
ports; examinations for promotion, 
etc. . . . New York, Cincinnati 

[etc.] American book company [1903] 
3, v-x, 11-215 p. forms. 19 cm. 
3—20468 52464 

W. H. Payne, Ann Arbor, Mich., in 
renewal for 14 years from Aug. 7, 
1903. A 64539, July 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 22, 1903. 

Pearson, Henry C[lemens] Rubber 
planting on the Isthmus of Tehuan te- 
pee . . . New York, The India rub- 
ber publishing co., 1903. 27 p. illus. 
30 cm. 52465 

India rubber publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. A 60579, May 27, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Peattie, Mrs. Elia ( W[ilkinson] ) The 
edge of things . . . Chicago, Lon- 
don [etc.] F. H. Revell company, 1903. 
255 j). 4 pi. 19 cm. 
3—20060 52466 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 66010, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

Pellegrino, Menotti. I misteri di New 
York . . . [v. 1] New York, Tip. 
italiana U. De Luca & Benedetti [1903] 
port. 2H cm. 52467 

M. Pellegrino. New York, X. Y. A 
67314, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Pinckney, Gustavus M. Life of John C. 
Calhoun. Being a view of the princi- 
pal events of his career and an account 
of his contributions to economic and 
political science . . . Charleston, 

S. ('., Walker, Evans & Cogswell co., 
1903. 251 p. 3 ports, incl. front., 
fold. map. 19o cm. 
3—20463 52468 

( r. M. Pinckney, Charleston, S. C. A 
65035, July 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 



Pluck and luck. no. 275. 52469 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67679, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

; Pocket guide to the yacht races, 1903. 

unp. illus. 24°. obi. 52470 

Prudential insurance company of 

Newark, N. J. A 65340, Aug. 3, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Polk, R. L., & co. R. L. Polk & co.'s 
Richmond directory, 1903-1904 . . . 
Indianapolis, Ind., R. L. Polk & co., 
1903. 24 cm. 52471 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 
63790, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Polk and Marion counties telephone di- 
rectory. July, 1903. 14 pp. 8°. 

52472 
Pacific states telephone and tele- 
graph company, San Francisco, Cal. 
A 64997, July' 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1903. 

Pompeii recreated from its ashes. In 

American magazine supplement, New 

York American and journal. 52473 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 

67883, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Pope Pius N at home. In American 

magazine supplement, New Y'ork 

American and journal. 52474 

AY. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67888, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

( Porcupine (The). Circular no. 27. fold- 
er, 8°. 52475 
Julian Scholl & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 65097, July 29, 1903; 2 c. Julv 29, 
1903. 

Potter, Samuel 0[t way] L[e wis] Acom- 
pend of human anatomy . . . 7th ed., 
rev. and enl., with 138 wood engrav- 
ings; also numerous tables and 16 
plates of the arteries and nerves. 
Philadelphia, P. Blackiston's son & 
co., 1903. xii, 9-372 p. illus. 18 cm. 
(?Quiz-compends? no. 1 ) 
3—20408 52476 

P. Blakiston's son & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 61539, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 22, 1903. 
Prichard (K. and Hesketh). By Tain- 
mers' camp tires. 5. Tamniers and 
the false despatch. 52477 

Georae Newnes, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. A 67632, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 
Principles of medical ethics of the Ameri- 
can medical association. 16 pp. 16°. 

' 52478 

American medical association, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 65148. Julv 30. 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 3, 1903. 



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prospectus of Kelso's index system for 
eity streets. Leaflet, imp. 16°. 

52479 

Samuel J. Kelso, Chicago, 111. A 

65050, July 29, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Queen Carmen Sylva tells all Americans 
how to make an ideal home. In 
American magazine supplement, New- 
York American and journal, Sept. 6, 
1903. 52480 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67S79, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Quigg (Helen T. ) Jonathan Dibbs' 

emancipation. 52481 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68318, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14,1903. 

[Quintard, Edward] Sea babies and 
other babies [poems] [New York, 
Privately printed by C. J. Post, jr.] 
1903. iii, [3] p., 1 1.*, 9-68 p. 30 cm. 
3—20569 52482 

E. Quintard, New York, N. Y. A 
65054, July 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Eadford, Maude L[avinia] comp. King 
Arthur and his knights, . . . illustra- 
ted by Walter J. Enright. Chicago, 
London [etc.] Hand, McNallv & com- 
pany [1903] 272 p. inch front., illus. 
18 cm. 

13—20450 52483 

M. L. Radford, Chicago, 111. A 66667, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 
Railroad A B C. no. 1757. imp. illus. 
f°. 52484 

Raphael Tuck & sons co., ltd., Lon- 
don, England. A 61731, May 23, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Rainer, Joseph. A noble priest: Joseph 
Salzmann, d. n., founder of the Salesi- 
anum . . . Tr. from the German by 
Rev. Joseph William Berg . . . Mil- 
waukee, dinger & Schwartz, 1903. 
254 p. front, (port.) 6 pi. 29 cm. 
3—20994 52485 

Joseph W. Berg, Milwaukee, Wis. 
A 61370, June 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1903. 

Rauin (Green B. ) With the western 
army; Hood before Nashville. In 
National tribune. 52486 

Publishers of the National tribune, 
Washington, D. C. A 65487, Aug. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903, to Aug. 14,1903. 

Ready (A) retribution. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 9, 1903. " 52487 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 66557, 
Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



Record-Herald's answers by experts; 
clever reclamation of truant schoolboy. 

52488 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68110, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, L903. 

dangers of obesity, how to reduce 

flesh. 52489 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
67625, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

faith in a bushranger prevents big 

robbery. 52490 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68324, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

hints by Dr. Latson on building the 

body. 52491 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68114, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

hot fight to protect American song 

birds. 52492 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
67712, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

how Frenchmen decide an affair of 

honor. 52493 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
67945, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

money for the wife; allowance plan 

best. 52494 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

67823, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

mother's influence on son is supreme. 

52495 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68261, Sept, 12, 1903; 2 p. Sept. 12, 1903. 

power of New York chamber of 

commerce. 52496 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68111, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

taming of the tongue aids domestic 

peace. 52497 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

67557, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 1903. 

vast sum is required for moving of 

crops. 52498 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

67556, Sept 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 1903. 

Reid (Charles Sloan) Night call at the 

ferry. 52499 

T. C. McClure, New York, N, Y. A 

68322, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Retail advertising; instruction paper, 1st 
ed. pt. 8. 557 H. 46, 3 pp. 8°. 

52500 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 65131, Julv 30, 1903; 
2 c. July 30, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Rhoads, Samuel N[icholson] The mam- 
mals of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 
A biographic, historic and descriptive 
account of the furred animals of land 
and sea, both living and extinct, known 
co have existed in these states . . . 
Philadelphia, Privatel v published, 1903. 

1 p. 1,266 p. 9 pi., fold. map. 24cm. 
3—21323 52501 

S. N. Pvhoads, Audubon, X. J. A 
66773, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Richmond (Carol). A supreme moment. 

52502 

Dailv storv publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. " A 68330, Sept. 14, 190*3; 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Richmond (Herbert). Pauper John. 

52503 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67562, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1902. 

Rider (Hattie Preston). Her chapter of 

proposals. 52504 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. \ 

68319, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Roach (F. Ewing). Porcelain inlays. 

chap. 2. In American dental journal, 

Aug. 1903. 52505 

Fink & Young, Chicago, 111. A 

67362, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Roberts (Charles G. D.) Word from 
outdoors. 10 instalment. When the 
moon is over the corn. 52506 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 66657, .Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

Rogers, H. Edson. The Rogers compen- 
dium of the Graham system of short- 
hand; a practical, synthetic* method 
. . . 3ded.,rev. Battle Creek, Mich. 
The Fireside accounting publishing 
co., ltd., 1903. 342 p. 20 cm. 
3—20998 52507 

H. E. Rogers, Battle Creek, Mich. 
A 66736. Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug.20,1903. 

Typewriting and office manual ; a se- 
ries of practical, progressive lessons in 
the use of the Remington typewriter, 
by the touch method, with instruction 
upon various features of office and 
other typewriting, shorthand, and re- 
lated work; also adapted to other uni- 
versal-kevboard shift-kev typewriters. 
... Battle Creek, " Mich. The 
Fireside accounting publishing com- 
pany, limited [1903] 101 p. illus. 
20 cm. 

3—20999 52508 

H. E. Rogers, Battle Creek, Mich. 
A 63788, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1903. 



Romance of the best dressed woman in 
the world. In American magazine 
supplement. New York American and 
journal, Aug. 30, 1903. 52509 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
67476, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Rosenberg, Louis J[amer] Mazzini: 
"the prophet of the religion of human- 
ity," with a biographical sketch; also 
Mazzini' s oration " To the young men 
of Italy," . . . Chicago, C. H. 
Kerr & company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 86 p. 
front, (port.) 16^ cm. 
3—20996 52510 

L. J. Rosenberg, Detroit, Mich. A 
59239, May 9, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Rouillion, Louis. The drafting of cams 
. . . New York, the Derry-Collard 
company [1903] diagrs. 21cm. 52511 
Derrv-Collard company. New Y^ork, 
N. Y. * A 63293, July 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1903. 

Rowe, George C. Rev. Salem Mitchell 

. . . Charleston, S. C, 1903. 7 p. 

illus. (port.) 20cm. 52512 

G. C. Rowe, Charleston, S. C. A 

64744, July 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1903. 

Rowlands (Effie Adelaide). Andrew 
Leicester's love. 15 pp. 12°. 52513 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
64839, July 27, 1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Sadler (\Y. H.) and Rowe (H. M.) 
Bookkeepers & office practice, supple- 
mentary to Business bookkeeping and 
practice, Budget B. Pt. 1. Rev. price 
list no. 3. imp. 8°. 52514 

Sadler-Rowe company, Baltimore, 
Md. A 65200, July 31, 1903; 2 c. July 
31, 1903. 

St. Albans citv and Swanton directory 
for 1903-1904 . . . Newburgh, N.Y., 
L. P. Waite & co., 1903. fold. map. 
24£ cm. 52515 

L. P. Waite & co., Newburgh, N. Y. 
A 67981, Sept. 9, 1903; 2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Sangster (Margaret E. ) Love of land of 
birth destroyed in American girls by 
unblushing bargaining for empty titles. 

* 52516 

W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 

68096, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Savage (Mrs. R. H.) The growing social 
rot which menaces wom^n of the na- 
tion. 52517 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67671, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 



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1017 



Savage {Mrs. R. H. )— Continued. 

How the noted wife of famous 

American author would cheek modern 
social rot. 52518 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68013, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Modern social rot which threatens j 

the purity of the American home circle. | 

52519 I 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67897, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sehainberg, Jay F[rank] A compend of 
diseases of the skin . . . 3d ed., rev. j 
and enl., with 106 illustrations. Phil- 
adelphia, P. Blakiston's son &co., 1903. 
xv, 9-291 p. illus. 18 cm. (?Quiz- 
compends? no. 16) 
3—20067 52520 

P. Blakiston's son & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 62265, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

Scott, R[ichard] J[ohn] E[rnst] camp. 
Questions in obstetrics, asked at the 
examinations held by the New York 
state board of medical examiners, com- 
plete, with references and answers to i 
every question . . . New York and Phil- 
adelphia, Lea brothers & co. [1903] 
viii. 17-18 p., 19-112 numb. 1. 18 cm. 
(State board examination series) 
3—21328 52521 

Leabros. &co., Philadelphia, Pa. A 
67346, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Scott, Sir Walter, hart. The Lady of the , 
lake, with introduction and notes. 
New York, Maynard, Merrill & co. i 
[1903] 268 p. incl. map. front, (port.) 
1 pi. 17 cm. ( Maynard' s English 
classic series. — nos. 236-238) 
3—21586 52522 

Maynard, Merrill & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 62158, June 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

Scurlock, Nelson J[oshua] Fishin' long 
old Ellum Creek, and other poems; 
collected and ed. by Chas. N. Wood. 
Kirksville, Mo., Journal printing com- 
pany, 1903. 294 p. incl. port. 1 col. 
pi. 24 cm. 
3—20201 52523 

Charles Newton Wood, Novinger, j 
Mo. A 62836, June 29, 1903; 2c. Aug. 
24, 1903. 



Secret service, no. 242. 



See, Edwin F. The teaching of Bible 

classes: principles and methods 
New York, The International commit- 
tee, Young men's Christian associa- 
tions, 1903. 39 p. H).l cm. 52525 

International committee of Y. M. C. 
A., New York, N. Y. A 61768, June 
13, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Seeley, Levi. A new school manage- 
ment . . . New York, Hinds & No- 
ble [1903] x, 329 p. 19A cm. 
3—21732 52526 

Hinds & Noble, New York, N. Y. A 
66778, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Seger, Hermann August. The collected 
writings of H. A. Seger . . . prepared 
. . . by Dr. Hecht and E. Cramer . . . 
ed. by A. Y. Bleininger ... v. 2. 
Easton, Pa., The Chemical publishing 
company, 1902. 26 cm. 52527 

Edward Hart, Easton, Pa. A 66242, 
Aug. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Serviss (Garrett P.) Another wonder of 

astronomical photography. 52528 

W. E. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68241, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Life of the ant. 52529 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67893, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



52524 



Mvsterv of moonlight. 



52530 



Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 
67689, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 



W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68291, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Telescopic party. 52531 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67748, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Seven (The) ages of man. imp. illus. 

12°. 52532 

Adam Hannah. Minneapolis, Minn. 

A 65939, Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Skakespeare, [William] Shakespeare's 
comedy of the Merchant of Yenice; 
ed., with notes, by William J. Rolfe 
. . . New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book company ['1903] 236 
p. incl. front, (port.) illus. 16£ cm. 
3—20365 52533 

William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass. 
A 55268, Mar. 16, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1903. 

Shedd (George). A shattered idol. 

52534 
Dailv story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111/ A 67951, Sept. 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



25 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Shipp, E. Richard. A selection of cases 
illustrating common law pleading, with 
definitions and rules relating thereto, 
by E. Richard Shipp, ll. m. and John 
B. Daish . . . Chicago, Callaghan 
and company, 1903. xiv p., 1 1., 408 
p. 24 cm. 

3—21305 52535 

Callaghan & company, Chicago, 111. 
A 67273, Aug. 29, 1903"; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1903. 

Short talks on riches for all ages. Folder, 

unp. illus. 52536 

Commercial savings association, 

Reading, Pa. A 65241, July 31, 1903; 

2 c. July 31, 1903. 

Show card advertisers' hand book of 
practical instructions in lettering and 
designing. 33 pp. illus. 16°. 52537 
Francis C. Rivers, New York, N. Y. 
A 64697, July 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1903. 

Sick accident and death benefits in the 
Progressive mutual aid society of Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. , operating the safety fund 
system of mutual protection to its 
members. Folder, unp. 24°. 52538 
Thomas Dunn, Philadelphia, Pa., 
A 66005, Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. July 30, 
1903. 

Silver, R. Norman. The golden dwarf; 
a sensational romance of to-day . . . 
Boston, L. C. Page & company, 1903. 
312 p. 20 cm. 

3—20589 52539 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

66404, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Simons (A. M. ) Labor day message of 
the socialist to the union workers of 
America, In Boyce's weekly, Sept. 2. 
1903. 52540 

AY. D. Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 67620, Sept.3, 1903; 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Slow revenge. 52541 

Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Yt. * A 67558, Sept. 2, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

[Smith, Mrs. Mary Prudence (Wells)] 
Jolly good times; or, Child-life on a 
farm. By P. Thorne [pseud.] Bos- 
ton, Little, Brown, and company, 1902. 
277 p. inch front. 1 pi. 19cm. [Her 
Jolly good times series, v. 1] 
3—21294 52542 

Mrs. M. P. W. Smith, Greenfield, 
Mass., in renewal for 14 vears from Oct, 
15, 1903. A 67971, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 3, 1903. 



! Smith, R. A. A history of Dickinson 
County, Iowa, together with an account 
of the Spirit Lake massacre, and the 
Indian troubles on the northwestern 
frontier . . . Des Moines, The Ken- 
yon printing & mfg. co., 1902. 598 p. 
illus. (inch ports.) front, (port.) 23 
cm. 

3—21008 54543 

R. A. Smith, Okoboji, Iowa. A 63203, 
July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 16, 1903. 

| Smith (William Preston). The blue leaf 

quoto. Pocketed, unp. 16°. 52544 

W. P. Smith, Providence, R. I. A 

59431, Apr. 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

The infant quoto of Bible quota- 
tions, unp. 16°. 52545 
W. P. Smith, Providence, R. I. A 
59430, Apr. 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Something crisp. 4 pp. 32°. 52546 

Fair Haven food companv, New Ha- 
ven, Conn. A 36396, June"28, 1902; 2 
c. June 28, 1902. 

Songs of love and spring, unp. 8°. 

52547 

Boosev & co., London, England. A 

65026, July 29, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Songs of nu-life. unp. illus. 16°. 

52548 
Standard food companv, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. A 57625, Apr. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
July 29, 1903. 

Sonnichsen (Albert). Taming the auto- 
crats of the sea. 52549 
A. Sonnichsen, New York, N. Y. A 
67941, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Spearman (Frank H. ) The daughter of 
a magnate. 9th instal. In Sat. eve. 
post, Sept. 5, 1903. 52550 

Curtis publishing co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 67545, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 

Special course. Lesson series, no. 1. 

23 pp. illus. 8°. 52551 

Chicago correspondence school of 

nursing, Chicago, 111. A 66495, Aug. 

17, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 17, 1903. 

Specifications . . . for the erection of the 
Union mission hospital building, Phila., 
Pa. 1903. 40 pp. 8°. 52552 

Ballinger & Perrot, Philadelphia, Pa. 



A 64994, July 28, 
1903. 



1903; 



July 28, 



Speculation and certainty; contrast card 

no. 3. Card, 4£ by 7 inches. 52553 

Commercial savings bank company, 

Toledo, Ohio. A 67907, Sept. 8, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



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Spenders and savers, contrast card no. 2. 

Card, 4.1 by 7 inches. 52554 

Commercial savings bank company, 

Toledo. Ohio. A 67906, Sept. 8, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Btainer (Bassett). Lord Dudley, peace- 
maker of Britain. 52555 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
67935, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Stemons (J. S.) The unmentionable 
crime, hi Colored Amer. magazine, j 
Sept. 19, 1903. 52556 

James Samnel Stemons, Philadelphia, ; 
Pa. A 6782S. Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
5, 1903. 

Street (Julian L. ) A bride and a bridle. 
6 pp. 4°. sheets. 52557 

Colonial advertising company, New ! 
York, X. Y. A 65145, July 30, 1903; 
2 c. July 24, 1903. 

The foot of Salome. 5 pp. 4°. 

sheets. 52558 

Colonial advertising company, New 
York, X. Y. A 65146, July 30, 1903; 
2 c. July 24, 1903. 

Summer girls by a summer girl. 52559 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67878, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Supplement to Shepard's Federal reporter 
annotations contained in vols. 117, 118 
<fe 119. sheet. 8°. 52560 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 65279, Aug. 1, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 1, 1903. 

Supreme (The) mission of Jesus Christ. 

52561 
J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 67617, 
Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Swearingen (H. H.) Demonstration of 

the creation of energy. 52562 

S. E. Tomlinson, Washington, D. C. 

A 68310, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 

1903. 

Taber (Susan H.) tr. Claudine's lover. 

52563 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Yt. A 67948, Sept, 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

White bark. 52564 

Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Yt. * A 68336, Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

That black hoss can step some sho'. 

Sheet, 7 by 4 inches. 52565 

John C. McClellan, Michisran City, 

Ind. A 67867, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

8, 1903. 



Tholens (Henry). Hismermaid. 52566 

T. C. McClure, New York, X. Y. A 

67930, Sept. S. 11)03: 2 c. Sept. S, 11)03. 



Tin true ( Marie Isabel) 
million. 



The old man's 
52567 

National press agency, ltd., New- 
York, N. Y. A 07178, An-. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Three visits to R. W. Emerson, the seer 

of Concord. 16 pp. 24°. 52568 

Axel Lundeberg, Chicago, 111. A 

39813, Aug. 4, 1902; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Tip top weekly, no. 386. 52569 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

67126, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

no. 387. 52570 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
67467, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Topics of the week in the British capital. 

Sept. 5, 1903. In New York times, 

Sept. 6, 1903. 52571 

New York times, New T York, N. Y. 

A 67899, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Townsend (E. W.) Chimmie Fadden 
stories. 6th instalment. Chimmie 
Fadden gives and gets views relating to 
athletics and sentiment. Aug. 16, 1903. 

52572 
Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 66705, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

7th instalment. Chimmie Fadden's 

spectacular end of a cruise to Boston. 
Aug. 23, 1903. 52573 

Robert Howard Russell, New T York, 
N. Y. A 66706, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

Trade in live stock. In Kansas City star, 

Aug. 29, 1903. 52574 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 

City, Mo. A 66571, Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 1, 1903. 

Aug. 31, 1903. 52575 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 66572, Aug. 17, 1S03; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

Sept. 1, 1903. 52576 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 06573, Aug. 1 7,'l003; 2 c. 
Sept. 3, 1903. 

Sept. 2, 1903. 52577 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 00574, Aug. 17,' 1903 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 



27 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Trade in live stock — Continued. 

Sept. 3. 1903. 52578 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 

City, Mo. A 66575, Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 

Sept. 4, 1903. 52579 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 66576, Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 52580 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A "66577, Ausr. 17,"l903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 52581 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 66579, Aug. 17,^1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903. 

Sept. 9, 1903. 52582 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 66580, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 11, 1903. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 52583 

Kansas Citv star company. Kansas 

City, Mo. A 66581, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 
Sept, 11, 1»03. 52584 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A"66582, Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 52585 

Kansas City star company. Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 66583, Aug. 17,"l903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Turk's reign of terror in Macedonia. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Sept. 6, 
1903. 52586 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67884, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Two "Bobbys" which will win her. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Sept. 6, 
1903. 52587 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67880, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Up to date grainer. Unp. 24°. 52588 

Oscar Leistner, Chicago, 111. A 

65942, Aug. 6, 1903; 2 c. July 20, 1903. 

Underwriters (The) fire extinguishers. 

Unp. 16°. 52589 

Knight & Thomas, Boston, Mass. A 

64646, July 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Underwriters (The), the test of time. 

Circular no. 144. Folder, 16°. 52590 

Knight & Thomas, Boston, Mass. A 

64645, July 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 



Useful pointers and handy business ad- 
vertiser. Sheet, 11 bv 8 inches. 

52591 
George Tav, St. Louis, Mo. A 67012, 
Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Van Etten (Baroness Margaret). Arrest 

of the chief forger of Bohemian bogus 

title. 52592 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68199, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Foreign marriage record that should 

prove a warning to women engaged in 

mad chase for titles. 52593 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67835, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

How secret service of foreign plot- 
ters works in trapping their victims. 

52594 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67833, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Two recent sad cases of American 

girls victimized bv bogus noblemen. 

52595 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67961, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Victor talking machine company. 24 

pp. 48°. * 52596 

Victor talking machine company, 

Camden, N. J. A 65004, July 28, 1903; 

2 c. July 28, 1903. 

Viskniskki (G. T.) Manny Howell's 

snake stories. 52597 

Guv T. Viskniskki, New York, N. Y. 

A 67936, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Voorhees (G. T. ) Some properties of 

ammonia. 52598 

Gardner T. Voorhees, Boston, Mass. 

A 67711, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Walworth (Jeannette Hadermann). A 
mystery and a solution. 52599 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, I'll. A 67957, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 

Washington the crowner of the empire of 

the red, white and blue. Sheet, 8i by 5£ 

inches. "52600 

Wm. M. Ward, Newport News, Va. 

A 67870, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Wei ton (Richard). Inventional piano 
playing, chords, cadences, accompani- 
ments, extemporization; notation stud- 
ies. 24 pp. 4°. 52601 
Richard Welton, Denver, Colo. A 
64094, July 14, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

West ( Marion) . The crimson sock. 

52602 
M. West, New York, N. Y. A 68316, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 



28 



V. 34, No. 39 



BOOKS 



1021 



Where the British earnings go. 52603 

Clarence S.- Darrow, Chicago, 111. A 

57950, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Why T gave up $5,000,000 for the stage. 
In American magazine supplement, 
New York American and journal, Sept. 
6, 1903. 52604 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
07885, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). Common sense 

and the "help" problem. 52605 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67891, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Immortality. 52606 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
68140, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

Intolerance of Atheists. 52607 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68292, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Justice. 52608 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68242, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Leave faith. 52609 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

68293, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Neglected and unloved women. 

52610 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67896, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Omnipotence. 52611 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67749, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Talk about the sufferings of the 

horse. 52612 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 

A 67604, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Wishing. 52613 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67892, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Wild west weekly, no. 47. 52614 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67699, Sept. 4. 1903; 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 

Williams (A. B. ) jr. Membership of 
the student young men's Christian 
association. 35 pp. 24°. 52615 

International committee of Y. M. 
C. A., New York, N". Y. A 61565, 
June 10, 1503; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 

Williams (Margerv ) . The late returning. 

52616 
William Heinemann, London, Eng- 
land. A 29991, Apr. 1, 1902; 2 c. Mar. 
31, 1902. 



Williams ( Martha McCulloch). Mama's 

mistake. 52617 

T. C. Me<<|. ire. New York, V Y. A 

68321, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. L4, L903. 

Out of the depths. 52618 

T. C. MeClure, New York, N. V. 
A 67932, Sept. 8, 1803; 2 e. Sept. S, 1903. 

W r ork and win. no. 249. 52619 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67684, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 11)03. 

Wright (F. B.) A Dresden shepherdess. 

52620 

T. C. MeClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68317, Sept, 14, -1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Yankee (The) in Mexico. 30 pp. with 2 

maps. 12°. 52621 

Tuxtepec development company, 

Columbus, Ohio. A 62716, June 26, 

1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Young (Egerton R. ) How the wolver- 
ine's legs were shortened. In The 
Sunday school advocate, Sept, 12, 1903. 

52622 
Eaton & Mains, New York, N. Y. 
A 67423, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1903. 

Young (Martha). Christmas on the old 
plantation. Sheet 14 by 8 inches. 

52623 

M. Young, Greensboro, Ala. A 

67877, Aug. 31. 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Y r outh and old age; contrast card no. 1. 

Card, 4 \ by 7 inches. 52624 

Commercial savings bank company, 

Toledo, Ohio. A 67905, Sept. 8, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Zangwill (Israel). S. Cohn & son. 1. 

52625 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

67568, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Chap. 4, continued. 52626 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67672, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

S. Cohn & son. vii. 52627 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67719, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

chap. 8, continued. 52628 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
67832, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

continued from chap. 9. 52629 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
67834, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

10. 52G30 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
67962, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 11103. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Zangwill ( Israel ) — Continued 
10 continued. 



Zangwill ( Israel ) — Continued. 

52631 ! chap. 12, concluded. 52632 

W. P. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68036, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. ; 68120, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



Number of books proper and pamphlets since Jan. 1, 1903 8, 085 

Number of leaflets, etc., since Jan. 1, 1903 3! 178 

Number of periodical contributions since Jan. 1, 1903 5. 550 

Total number of Book entries since Jan. 1, 1903 16, 713 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copvright bv J. V. Webster. Creston. Cal. Class D. XXc, no. 
3801, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 conies received Aug. 3. 1903." 



Augusta, a drama in four acts by J. Yin- 
ton Webster. San Francisco, The 
Hinton printing co., 1903. 1 p. 1., 144 
p. 17 cm. 52633 

3—20487 

J. Y. Webster, Creston, Cal. D 3801, 
Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Buffalo tragedy. By Frederick H. Wil- 
son. 8°. 52634 
William A. Dillon, Cortland, N. Y. 
D 3959, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Aug. 28, 1903. 

Californian ( The ) ; comedy-drama in four 
acts, bv Harriet Holmes Haslett and 
George" Austin Dennison. 8°. 52635 
Harriet Holmes Haslett & George 
Austin Dennison, Alameda cc San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. D 3939, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Colonial (The) male quartette; vaudeville 

act in three scenes. 4 pp. 8°. 52636 

W. A. Benjamin, New York, N. Y. 

D 3942, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

Commandant (The) of La-Tour, revised 

by Wm. Busch. 58 pp. f°. 52637 

Wm. Busch, St. Louis, Mo. D 2300, 

Sept. 4, 1902; 1 typewritten c. Aug. 26, 

1903; 1 typewritten c. Sept. 17. 1903. 

Count Ole. 22 pp. f°. 52638 

Lawerence E. Lund, Jamestown, 
N. Y. D 3126, Mar. 13, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Dancer (The) and the king; or Lola 
Montez; a romantic play in four acts, 
by J. Searle Dawley. f°. 52639 

Jav Searle Dawley, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
D 3929, Sept, 12, 1903; 2 tvpewritten c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 



Heir (The) to thehoorah, a comedy in 4 

acts by Paul Armstrong. 8°. 52640 

Paul Armstrong, New York, N. Y. 

D 3940, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

In South Car'liney; a rural comedy 
drama in 4 acts bv H. D. Cottrell. 8°. 

52641 
Harry D. Cottrell, Oakland, Cal. D 
3823, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Mr. Pipp; comedy in three acts, by 
Charles E. GrapeVin. 8°. 52642 

Charles E. Grapewin, New York. X. 
Y. D2996, Nov. 17, 1902; 2 typewrit- 
ten c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

On the road to Bath; a comedy in four 
acts, by Julien Barton. 8°. * 52643 

Julien Barton, New York, N. Y. D 
3934, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 



One night in June; 
in 3 acts. 8°. 



rural comedy drama 
52644 



William F. Reinger, Boston. Mass. 
D 3732, July 17, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
July 17, 1903. 

Prima Donna (A) and the bell boy. 3 

pp. 8°. 52645 

Claire Maynard, New York. N. Y. 

D 3776. July" 31, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

July 31, 1903. 

Prince Ole. 25 pp. f°. 52S46 

Lawrence E. Lund, Jamestown. N. Y. 
I) 3125, Mar. 13, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept, 14, 1903. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS 



L023 



Princess Kiku . . . New York, Dick 
& Fitzgerald, 1903. 39 p. 1S.1 cm. 

52647 

Dick & Fitzgerald, New York, N. Y. 

D 3653, June 26, 1903; 2 c. July 25, 1903. 

Queen (The) of Bedlam: or, A pack of 
lunatics: musical comedy in two acts; 
book by Anais Redin Moliere. 8°. 

52648 
Anais Redin Moliere, New York, 
N. Y. D 3936, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Red (The) rose of St. John; a play in one 
act, by Ferris, dramatized from a story 
called* The rose of St. John, by J. V. Z. 
Belder. 9 pp. 12°. 52649 

Mary F. Bishop, Boston, Mass. D 
3142, Mar. 2, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
July 15, 1903. 

The Rogers brothers in London . . . 
[New York, The Oarev printing com- 
pany, 1903.] 112 p. 23 cm. 52650 
John J. McNally, New York, N. Y. 
D3882, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Scarlet (A) sin, in five acts, bv Jay Hunt. 

8°. * 52651 

Jay Hunt, Brookline, Mass. D 3935, 

Sept.* 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. Sept. 

14, 1903. 

Social aspirations, original comedy in 
two scenes, by Helen Sherman Griffith. 

52652 

Dick & Fitzgerald, New York, N. Y. 

D3545, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 25, 1903. 



Sword (The) of liberty. Romantic drama 
in 4 acts by Carlton R. Foster. E 

52653 
Carlton R. Foster, Boston, Mass. D 
3933, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept, 14, L903. 

Thou shalt not kill. 4°. 52654 

Alice Keenan, Philadelphia, Pa. I) 
3928, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept, 12, 1903. 

Wanderers (The), musical comedy in 
two acts; book and lyrics, by Ben 
Lowen. 8°. ' 52655 

Benjamin Lowenmever, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. D 3930, Sept, 12, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

When Ole joined the woodmen. 17 pp. 

f°. 52656 

Lawrence E. Lund, Jamestown, N.Y. 

D 3127, Mar. 13, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

"Winsome Winnie," musical comedy in 
two acts, American version; words and 
lyrics by Frederic Ranken. 8°. 

52657 
Frederic Ranken, New York, N. Y. 
D 3932, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 



Number of Dramatic compositions since Jan. 1, 1903 798 

CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright bv Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn. Class E, XXc, 
no. 4559, Sept. 10. 19J3, 2 copies received Sept. 15, 1903." 



Ansonia, Derby and Shelton. 1903 
(map of). Size, 18 by 10 inches. 

52658 

Price & Lee co., New Haven. Conn. 

E 4559, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



28 inches. 52659 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4390, Aug. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Fort Worth and additions, showing tracts 

as owned on Jan. 1, 1903. Size, 67 by 

62 inches, on roller. Scale, 300 miles 

to the inch. 52660 

Texas title co., inc., Fort Worth, Tex. 

E 4567, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

7102—03 3 31 



Great eastern water-pow r er canal (Pat- 
ten's project for). 4 sheets; size, 10 by 
33 inches each. 52661 

John Patten, New Y^ork, N. Y. E 
4562, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Massachusetts (Scarborough's topo- 
graphic map of). Scale, 3} miles to 
one inch. Size, 39 by 69 inches, on 
roller. 52662 

Scarborough company, Boston, Mass. 
E 4263, July 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Massachusetts atlas plate no. 16. Size, 

17* by 27 inches. 52663 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Bcston, Maes. 

E 4566, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



1024 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



New Jersey (Hammond's 11 x 8 map). 

52664 
C. S. Hammond & co., New York, 
N. Y. E 4569, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
16, 1903. 

Prevailing winds of the globe, general di- 
rections during summer (chart of). 
Size, 7 by 12 inches. 52665 

John Patten, New York, N. Y. E 
4564, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

St. Louis (Hammond's 11 x 8 map). 

Scale, 5,610 feet = 1 inch. 52666 

C. S. Hammond & co., New York, 

N. Y. E 4571, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

16, 1903. 



Tarrant co., Texas, showing original sur- 
veys (map of). Size, 67 x 62 inches. 
on roller. 52667 

Texas title co., Fort Worth, Tex. 
E 4568, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

United States, showing Patten's piojects 

(map). Size, 12 by 16 inches. 52668 

John Patten, New York, N. Y. E 

4563, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Washington (Hammond's 8 x 11 map). 

52669 
C. S. Hammond & co., New York, 
N. Y. E 4570, Sept. 15, ]903; 2 c. Sept. 
16, 1903. 



Number of Maps and charts since Jan. 1, 1903 1,341 



PERIODICALS 



CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright, notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read, "Copyright by New Yorker etaats-zeitung, New York N Y Clas>; B 
XXc. no. 44196. Jan. 2, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 15, 1903." 



Abendblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung 

[daily], folio, New York. v. 69, no. 220. 

Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 

1903. 
v. 69, no. 221. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 
v. 69, no. 222, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 
v. 69, no. 223. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 
v. 69, no. 224. Friday, Sept, 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. ' 
y. 69, no. 225. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ' 52670 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New 

York, N. Y. B 44196-44201, Jan. 2, 

1903. 

American (The) journal of obstetrics, v. 

48, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 52671 

William Wood & co., New York, N. 

Y. B 55160, June 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

11, 1903. 

American (The) ladies' tailor, v. 1, no. 

8. Oct., 1903. 52672 

The Jno. J. Mitchell co., New York, 

N. Y. B 54795, June 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

14, 1903. 

American lumberman. Sept. 5, 1903. 

52673 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 

B 57703, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

American society of civil engineers. 
Transactions, v. 50. June, 1903. 

52674 
American society of civil engineers, 
New York, N. Y. B 57567, Sept. 2, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

American (The) telephone journal, v. 
8, no. 5. Aug. 1, 1903. 52675 

The American telephone journal co., 
New York, N. Y. B 56495, Aug. 3, 
1903; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1903; 1 c. Sept 14, 
1903. 



33 



American (The) telephone journal — 

Continued. 

v. 8, no. 10. Sept, 5, 1903. 52676 

The American telephone journal co., 

New York, N. Y. B 57650, Sept. 5, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

American (The) thresherman. y. 6, no. 
5. Sept., 1903. 52677 

The American thresherman, Madi- 
son, Wis. B 56357, July 30, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

Architects' and builders' magazine, v. 

35, no. 12. Sept., 1903. 52678 

Wm. T. Comstock, New York, N. Y. 

B 55688, July 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903. 

Archives of pediatrics. v. 20, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 52679 

E. B. Treat & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 45525, Jan. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 

1903. 

Banking (The) law journal, v. 20, no. 

8. Aug., 1903. 52680 

Thomas B. Paton, New York, N. Y. 

B 47820, Jan. 24, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 27, 

1903; 1 c. Sept, 11, 1U03. 

Biles semi-monthly pocket edition whis- 
key price list. v. 14, no. 5. Sept. 10, 
1903. 52681 

The J. W. Biles company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. B 57564, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Boiler (The) maker and sheet metal 
worker, v. 11, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

52682 
Joseph T. Ryerson & son, Chicago, 
111. B 41316, Dec. 20, 1902; 1 c. Sept. 
12, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Boston (The) daily globe, v. 64, no. <i!>. 
Mondav, Sept. 7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1903. ' 52683 

V. 64, no. 70. Tuesdav, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 52684 

521 



522 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Boston (The) daily globe — Continued. 
v. 64, no. 71. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 52685 
v. 64, no. 72. Thursday, Sept, 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 52688 
v. 64, no. 73. Friday, Sept, 11, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 52687 
v. 64, no. 74. Saturday, Sept. 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. " 52688 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 54039-54044, June 15, 1903. 

Boston (The) Sunday globe, v. 64, no. 
68. Sept, 6, 1903. " 2"c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

52689 

v. 64, no. 75. Sept. 13, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 52690 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 
Mass. B 54057-54058, June 15, 1903. 

Boys of America, v. 2, no. 104. Sept. 
26, 1903. 52691 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
B 57323, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. i 

Brooklyn (The) daily eagle, folio, Brook- j 

lyn. v. 63, no. 247. Sunday, Sept. 6, I 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52692 
v. 63, no. 248. Monday, Sept, 7, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52693 
y. 63, no. 249. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 52694 
y. 63, no. 250. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 52695 
v. 63, no. 251. Thursday, Sept. 10, ! 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. ' 52696 
v. 63, no. 252. Friday, Sept. 11, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. " 52697 
y. 63, no. 253. Saturday, Sept, 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. * 52698 
y. 63, no. 254. Sunday, Sept. 13, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. " 52699 
v. 63, no. 255. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. ' 52700 

- v. 63, no. 256. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 
c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



Chicago (The) daily news; folio, Chi- 
cago, v. 28, no. 2*14. Monday, Sept. 

7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. " 52708 
y. 28, no. 215. Tuesday, Sept. 8. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ' 52709 
y. 28, no. 216. Wednesday, Sept. 

9, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. * 52710 
v. 28, no. 217, Thursday, Sept. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. " 52711 
y. 28, no. 218. Friday, Sept. 11, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 52712 
y. 28, no. 219. Saturday, Sept. 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. * 52713 
v. 28, no. 220, Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. * 52714 
y. 28, no. 221, Tuesday, Sept, 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept 17, 1903. " 52715 
v. 28, no. 222, Wednesday, Sept. 16. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 52716 
y. 28, no. 223, Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. * 52717 
y. 28, no. 224, Friday, Sept. 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903/ 52718 
v. 28, no. 225, Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. " 52719 

The Chicago daily news company, 
Chicago, 111/ B 56761-56772, Aug. 1*3, 
1903. 



1903. 



52701 

— y. 63, no. 257. Wednesday, Sept. 

16. 1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. ' 52702 
y. 63, no. 258. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. ' 52703 
v. 63, no. 259. Friday, Sept, 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. " 52704 
v. 63, no. 260. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. * 52705 
The Brooklyn daily eagle, Brooklyn, 

X. Y. B 42618-42631, Jan. 2, 1903.* 

Bubier's popular electrician, v. 13, no. 

8. Aug., 1903. 52706 

Bubier publishing company, Lynn, 

Mass. B 57508, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 9, 1903. 

Chautauquan (The), v. 37, no. 6. Sept., 

1903. 52707 

The Chautauqua press, Springfield, 

Ohio. B 36589, Oct, 1, 1902; 2 c, Sept. 

11, 1903. 



Colored (The) American magazine, v 

6, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 52720 
Colored co-operatiye publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. B 57652, Sept. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Elementary (The) school teacher, y. 1, 
no. 1. "July, 1903. (Issued Sept., 
1903.) 52721 

The University of Chicago, Chicago, 
111. B 35332, Sept. 2, 1902; 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Evening (The) bulletin. Monday, Sept. 

7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. * 52722 
Tuesday, Sept, 8, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 

1903. 52723 
Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 52724 
Thursday, Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. SepiJ 

11, 1903. 52725 
- — Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

12, 1903/ 52726 
Saturday, Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. Sept] 

14, 1903. 52727 

Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

15, 1903. ' 52728 
Tuesday, Sept. 15. 1903, 2 c. Sept. 

16, 1903. " 52729 
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1903. 2 c 

Sept. 17, 1903. 52730 
Thursday, Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

18, 1903. 52731 
Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

19, 1903/ 52732 






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PERIODICALS 



523 



Evening (The) bulletin — Continued. 

Saturday, Sept. 10. L903. 2 c. Sept. 

21, 1903. 52733 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 57027-^7038. Aug. 21. 1903. 

Evening hours, v. 4, no. 5. Sept., 1903. 

52734 
Evening hours? publishing company, 
Weehawken, X. J. B 57651, Sept. 5, 
1903: 2 c Sept. 5, 1903. 

Evening (The) post. v. 102. Monday, 

Sept. 7. 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

52735 
v. 102. Tuesdav, Sept. 8, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 9. 1903. 52736 
v. 102. Wednesday. Sept. 9, 1903. 

2 e. Sept. 10, 1903. 52737 
v. 102. Thursday, Sept. 10, 1903. \ 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. * 52738 
v. 102. Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 52739 
v. 102. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. ' 52740 | 
v. 102. Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 15, 1903. 52741 ! 
v. 102. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 52742 
v. 102. Wednesday, Sept, 16, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 52743 
v. 102. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. " 52744 
y. 102. Friday. Sept. 18, 1903. 2 c. I 

Sept. 19. 1903. 52745 
y. 102. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1903. j 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. " 52746 ! 

New York evening post co., New 

York, N. Y. B 57261-57272, Aug. 26, 

1903. 

Evening (The) sun. v. 17, no. 138. 

Monday. Aug. 24, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1903. 52747 
v. 17, no. 139. Tuesday, Aug. 25, j 

1903. 1 c. Aug. 26, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 14, ! 

1903. 52748 
v. 17, no. 140. Wednesday, Aug. 

28. 1903. 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. * 52749 : 

— v. 17, no. 141. Thursdav, Aug. 27, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 52750 
v. 17, no. 142. Friday, Aug. 28, 1903. 

2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 52751 ! 
v. 17, no. 143. Saturday, Aug. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 52752 

The Sun printing and publishing j 

association. New York, X. Y. B 

44592-44597, Jan. 2, 1903. 

v. 17, no. 150. Monday, Sept. 7, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52753 
v. 17, no. 151. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 52754 
v. 17, no. 152. Wednesday, Sept. 9,- 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 52755 
v. 17. no. 153. Thursdav, Sept. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 52756 I 



Evening (The) sun— Continued. 

v. 17, no. 154. Friday, Sept. 11, 

1903. 2 c. S* M ,t. 12. L903. * '52757 

v. 17. no. 155. Saturday, Sept. 12. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14. L903. ' 52758 
v. 17, no. 156. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 e. Sept. 15, 1903. * 52759 
v. 17, no. 157. Tuesday. Sept. 15. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. ' 52760 
v. 17; no. 158. Wednesday. Sept. 

16, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. ' 52761 
v. 17, no. 159. Thursdav, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ' 52762 

v. 17, no. 160. Friday, Sept. 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. ' 52763 

v. 17, no. 161. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ' 52764 

The Sun printing and publishing 
association, New York, N. Y. B 
44604-44615, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Farm and home, southern edition, v. 

24, no. 486. Sept. 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

3, 1903. 52765 
v. 24, no. 487. Sept. 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 52766 

The Phelps publishing company, 

Springfield, Mass. B 46834-46835, Jan. 

16, 1903. 

western edition, v. 24, no. 486. 

Sept. 1, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

52767 

v. 24. no. 487. Sept. 15, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52768 

The Phelps publishing company, 
Springfield, Mass. B 46880-46881. Jan. 
16, 1903. 

Golden davs for bovs and girls, v. 24, 

no. 45. Sept. 19, 1903. 52769 

James Elverson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 57629, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Golden hours, v. 32, no. 312. Aug. 22, 

1903. 52770 

Norman L. Munro, Xew York, X. Y. 

B 57609, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

Greater (The) light, v. 4, no. 12. Sept., 

1903. 52771 

Edward Biddle Latch, Merion, Pa. 

B 53003, May 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Haberdasher (The) . v. 38, no. 3. Sept.. 

1903. 52772 

The Joseph W. Gibson co.. New 

York. X. Y. B 57630, Sept. 5, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Home science magazine, v. 19, no. 6. 

Sept., 1903. 52773 

Home science publishing company, 

Boston, Mass. B 50752, Mar. 23, 1003: 
2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 



35 



524 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Housekeeper (The), v. 26, no. 11. Sept., 
1903. 52774 

The housekeeper corporation, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. B 56788, Aug. 14, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Implement (The) age. v. 22, no. 6. 
Sept. 10, 1903. 52775 

Nolan publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 46039, Jan. 7, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

Internationa] railway journal. y. 10, 

no. 12. Sept., 1903. 52776 

International transportation agents 

publishing company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 52516, May 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Keystone (The), v. 24, no. 9. Sept., 
1903. 52777 

Benjamin Thorpe, Philadelphia, Pa. 
B 49567, Mar. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 
Lake George (The) mirror, y. 16, no. 
14. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

52778 

v. 16, no. 15. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 52779 

Lake George printing co., Lake 
George, N. Y. B 56379-56380, July 30, 
1903. 

Mekeel's weekly stamp news. v. 17, no. 
36. Sept. 5, 1903. 1 c. Sept. 5, 1903; 

1 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 52780 
v. 17, no. 37, Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c, 

Sept. 12, 1903. 52781 

Mekeel-Redfield-Severn co. New 

York, N. Y. B 51623-51624, Apr. 20, 

1903. 
Merchants record and show window, v. 

13, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 52782 

The Merchants record company, 

Chicago, 111. B 39847, Dec. 11, 1902; 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Muirson & "Wright monthly desk blotter. 

y. 11, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 52783 

Muirson & Wright, San Jose, Cal. 

B 55996, July 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

New York American, daily, folio, New 

York. no. 7559. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. " 52784 
no. 7560. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 52785 
no. 7561. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 52786 
no. 7562. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 52787 
no. 7563. Fridav, Sept, 18, 1903; 2. 

c. Sept. 18, 1903. 52788 
no. 7564. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 52789 

New York American, New York, 

N. Y. B 57303-57308, Aug. 26, 1903. 



New York clipper, v. 51, no. 25. Aug. 
15, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 52790 
- v. 51, no. 26. Aug. 22, 1903. 2 c. 

52791 



Aug. 19, 1903. 

— v. 51, no. 27. 
Aug. 26, 1903. 

— v. 51, no. 28. 
Sept. 2, 1903. 

— v. 51, no. 29. 
Sept. 9, 1903. 



Aug. 29, 1903. 



52792 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. 

52793 

Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

52794 

Frank Queen publishing companv, 
New York, N. Y. B 56543-56547, Aug. 

6, 1903. 

New York evening journal [daily], folio, 
New York. no. 7553. Monday, Sept. 

7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. * 52795 
no. 7554. Tuesday, Sept, 8, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 52796 
no. 7555. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 52797 
no. 7556. Thursday, Sept. 10, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 52798 
no. 7557. Friday, Sept, 11, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. * 52799 
no. 7458. Saturday, Sept, 12, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52800 
no. 7559. Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 52801 
no. 7560. Tuesday, Sept. 15,1903. 

2 c. Sept, 16, 1903. 52802 

no. 7561. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903." 52803 

no. 7562. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 52804 
no. 7563. Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. ' 52805 
no. 7564. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 52806 

New York evening journal, New 

York, N. Y. B 57514-57525, Aug. 26, 

1903. 

New York (The) family story paper. 

v. 30 : no. 1560. Aug. 29, 1903. 52807 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N.Y. 

B 57610, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug, 8, 1903. 

v. 31, no. 1564. Sept. 26, 1903. 

52808 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N.Y. 

B 57582, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

New York (The) Herald; daily, folio, 
New York. Whole no. 24485. Sun- 
day, Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

52809 

Whole no. 24486. Monday, Sept. 

7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. " 52810 
Whole no. 24487. Tuesday, Sept. 

8, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. ' 52811 
Whole no. 24488. Wednesday, Sept. 

9, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. " 52812 

Whole no. 24489. Thursday, Sept, 

10, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. " 52813 
Whole no. 24490. Friday, Sept. 

11, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. " 52814 



36 



V. 35, No. 39 



PERIODICALS 






New York (The) herald — Continued. 

Whole no. 24491. Saturday, Sept. 

12, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52815 

Whole no. 24492. Sunday, Sept. 13, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 52816 
Whole no. 2449:;. Monday, Sept. 

14, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. * 52817 

Whole no. 24494. Tuesday, Sept. 

15, 1903. 2 c, Sept. 16, 1903. ' 52818 
Whole no. 2449*>. Wednesday. Sept. 

16, 1903. 2 c Sept. 17. 1903. ' 52819 
Whole no. 24400. Thursday. Sept. 

17,1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ' 52820 

Whole no. 24497. Friday, Sept. IS, 

1903. 2 e. Sept. 19. 1903. 52821 

Whole no. 24498. Saturdav, Sept. 

19, 1903. 2 o. Sept. 21, 1903. 52822 
The New York herald company, New- 
York. N. Y. B 56907-56920, Aug. 18, 
1903. 

Xew York tribune, no. 2074S. Sunday, 

Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52823 
no. 20749. Monday, Sept. 7, 1903. 

2 e. Sept. 8, 1903. 52824 
no. 20750. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52825 
no. 20751. Wednesday. Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. ' 52826 
no. 20752. Thursday, Sept. 10, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 52827 
no. 20753. Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. ' 52828 
no. 20754. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 52829 
no. 20755. Sunday, Sept. 13, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52830 
no. 20756. Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52831 

— no. 20757. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 52832 

— no. 20758. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 



1903. 



Sept. 16, 1903. 



52833 



no. 20759. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 52834 
no. 20760. Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ' 52835 
no. 20761. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 52836 

The Tribune association, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 57409-57422, Aug. 29, 1903. 

Xew Yorker staats-zeitung [daily], folio, 

Xew York, v. 69, no. 214. Monday, 

Sept. 7, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

52837 
y. 69, no. 215. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52838 
y. 69, no. 216. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 52839 
v. 69, no. 217. Thursday, Sept. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ' 52840 

v. 69, no. 218. Friday, Sept. 11, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. " 52841 
v. 69, no. 219. Saturday, Sept. 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. * 52842 



Xew Yorker staats-zeitung — Continued. 
v. 69, no. 220. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1003. 2 c. Sept. 14. 1903. ' 52843 
y. 09, no. 221. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. ' 52844 

y. 69, no. 222. Wednesday, Sept. 

16,1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. ' 52845 

y. 69. no. 223. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. * 52846 
y. 69, no. 224. Friday. Sept. IS. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. * 52847 
v. 69. no. 225. Saturdav. Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1003. * 52848 

Xew Yorker staats-zeitung. New 

Y^ork, X. Y T . B 43880-43891. Jan. 2, 

1903. 
North American; daily, folio, Philadel- 
phia, v. 132, no. 324. Sunday. Aug. 

9, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. " 52849 
v. 132, no. 325. Monday, Aug. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. * 52850 
v. 132. no. 326. Tuesday. Aug. 11, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. ' 52851 
v. 132, no. 327. Wednesday, Aug. 

12, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. " 52852 
v. 132, no. 328. Thursday, Aug. 13, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 52853 
v. 132, no. 329. Friday, Aug. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 52854 
y. 132. no. 330. Saturday, Aug. 15. 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 52855 
y. 132, no. 331. Sunday. Aug. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. ' 52856 
v. 132, no. 332. Monday, Aug. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. ' 52857 
v. 132, no. 333. Tuesday, Aug. 18, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 52858 
v. 132, no. 334. Wednesday, Aug. 

19, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903. 52859 
v. 132, no. 335. Thursday. Aug. 20, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52860 
v. 132, no. 336. Friday, Aug. 21, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 52861 
v. 132, no. 337. Saturday. Aug. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 52862 

Xorth American company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 54658-54671, June 19, 1903. 



— v. 132, no. 352. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 

— v. 132, no. 353. 
1903. 2 c. Sent. 8. 

— v. 132, no. 354. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 

— y. 132, no. 355. 
9, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

— v. 132, no. 356. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 10 

— v. 132, no. 357. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 11 

— y. 132, no. 358. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 12 

— y. 132, no. 359. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 14 

— y. 132. no. 360. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 14 



Sunday, Sept. 6, 
1903. 52863 

Monday, Sept. 7, 
1903. 52864 

Tuesday, Sept. 8, 
1903. 52865 

Wednesday, Sept. 
9, 1903. ' 52866 
Thursday, Sept. 10, 
, 1903. 52867 

Friday. Sept. 11, 
, 1903. 52868 

Saturday, Sept. 12, 
, 1903. 52869 

Sunday, Sept. 13, 

, 1903. * 52870 

Monday. Sept. 14, 

, 1903. ' 52871 



52(1 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



North American — Continued. 

v. 132, no. 361. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. * 52872 

v. 132, no. 362. Wednesday, Sept. 

16, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. * 52873 

v. 132, no. 363. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 52874 

v. 132, no. 364. Friday, Sept. 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. * 52875 

v. 132, no. 365. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. ' 52876 

Xorth American company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 54686-54699, June 19, 1903. 

Open (The) court, v. 17, no. 9. Sept., 

1903. 52877 

The Open court publishing company, 

Chicago. 111. B 47579, Jan. 29, 1903;" 2 

c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Out west. v. 19, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 

52878 

Out west company, Los Angeles, Cal. 

B 55732, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14,1903. 

Pacific coast miner, v. 8, no. 1. July 4. 
1903. 1 c. July 13, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 8, 
1903. 52879 



— y. 8, no. 2. 
July 16, 1903. 

— y. 8, no. 3. 
25, 1903. 

— y. 8. no. 4. 
30, 1903. 

— v. 8, no. 5 
6, 1903. 

— v. 8, no. 6 
15, 1903. 

— v. 8, no. 7. 
22, 1903. 



July 11, 1903. 2 c. 

52880 
July 18, 1903. 2 c. July 

52881 
July 25, 1903. 2 c. July 

52882 
Aug. 1, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

52883 
Aug. 8, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

52884 
Aug. 15, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

52885 



y. 8, no. 8. Aug. 22, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

31. 1903. 52886 

y. 8, no. 9. Aug. 29, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 52887 

Pacific coast miner, inc., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. B 54929-54937, June 24, 1903. 

Pacific (The) monthly, y. 10, no. 3. 

Sept., 1903. 52888 

Wm. Bittle AYells, Portland, Oreg. 

B 48412, Feb. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Philadelphia (The) inquirer [daily] folio, 

Philadelphia, v. 149, no. 68. Sunday, 

Sept. 6,1903. 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52889 
v. 149, no. 69. Monday, Sept. 7, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52890 
v. 149, no. 70. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 52891 
v. 149, no. 71. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 52892 
v. 149, no. 72. Thursday, Sept. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. * 52893 
v. 149, no. 73. Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 

2 e. Sept, 11, 1903. 52894 
v. 149, no. 74. Saturday, Sept. 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 52895 



Philadelphia (The) inquirer — Cont'd. 
y. 149. no. 75. Sunday, Sept. 13, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. ' 52896 
v. 149, no. 76. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. " 52897 
v. 149, no. 77. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 52898 
y. 149, no. 78. Wednesday. Sept. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 52899 
y. 149, no. 79. Thursday, Sept. 17, 



1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 


52900 


— y. 149, no. 80. Friday, 


Sept, 18, 


1903. 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 


52901 


— v. 149, no. 81. Saturday 


Sept. 19, 



1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 52902 

The Philadelphia inquirer company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. B 45861-45874. Jan! 
7, 1903. 

Philosophical (The) reyiew. v. 12, no. 

5. Sept., 1903. 52903 

The Treasurer of Cornell Uniyersity, 

Ithaca, X. Y. B 56717, Aug, 11, 1903; 

2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Printing (The) art, v. 2, no. 1. Sept., 

1903. 52904 

The Uniyersity press, Cambridge, 

Mass. B 52779, 'May 18, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 9, 1903. 

Railway hand book. Sept., 1903. 52905 
Railway hand book publishing com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. B 54927, 
June 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Review and record, v. 31, no. 36. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52906 
v. 31, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 14, 1903. 52907 

The Review and record co., Boston, 

Mass. B 51736-51737, Apr. 24, 1903. 



Sail and sweep 
1903. 



v. 2. 



9. Sept., 
52908 

The Sail and sweep publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. B 55192, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

St. Louis daily market reporter. Tues- 
day, Sept. 8', 1903. 52909 
Patrick J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis, 
Mo. B 55950, July 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1903. 52910 

Patrick J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis, 
Mo. B 57692, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

11, 1903. 

Thursday, Sept. 10. 1903. 

12, 1903. 
Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 

14, 1903/ 
Saturday, Sept. 12, 1903. 

14, 1903. 
Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. 

16, 1903. 



2 e. Sept. 

52911 
2 c. Sept. 

52912 
2 c. Sept. 

52913 
2 c. Sept. 

52914 



38 



V. 35, No. 39 



PERIODICALS 



\-> 



St. Louis dailv market reporter— Cont'd. 
Tuesdav; Sept. L5, L903. 2 c. Sept. 

17, 1903. 52915 
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1903. 2 e. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 52916 
Thursday. Sept. 17, 1908. 2 c. Sept. 

19, 1903. 52917 
Friday. Sept. 18, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

21, 1903.' 52918 
Saturday, Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. Sept. | 

21. 1903. 52919 

Patrick J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis, 

Mo. B 57653-57661, Sept. 5, 1903. 

Southeastern reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. y. 45, no. 5. Aug. 29, 1903. 

52920 
West publishing company, St. Paul, ; 
Minn. B 57173, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 3, 1903. 

Southern (The) reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. y. 34, no. 19. Sept, 5/1903. 

52921 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57500. Aug. 31,' 1903; 2 c. 
>ept. 8, 1903. 

Star (The) chamber herald, v. 2, no. 6. I 
Sept., 1903. 52922 

Frank E. Ormsbv, Chicago, 111. B 
53454, June 3, 1903 f 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. j 

Statesman (The), v. 1, no. 6. Sept., : 
1903. 52923 

Edward Kellogg Baird, New York, j 
N. Y. B 52411, May 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. i 
10, 1903. 

Stenographer (The), v. 18, no. 9. Sept., j 
1903. 52924 

The Stenographer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
B 56865, Aug: 17, 1903; 2 c.JSept. 10,1903. j 
Street's pandex of the news. v. 1, no. 7. 
Aug. 24 to Aug. 26, 1903. 52925 

Arthur I. Street, New York, N. Y. B 
57479, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. | 

v. 1, no. 8. Aug. 24 to Aug. 30, 

1903. 52926 

Arthur I. Street, New York, N. Y. 

B 57602, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Successful (The) American, v. 8, no. 3. 

• Sept., 1903. 52927 

Writers' press association, New York, 

N. Y. B 54156, June 15, 1903; 2 c. j 

Sept. 9, 1903. 

Sun (The) [daily], folio, New York. v. I 
71, no. 6. Sunday, Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. | 
Sept. 8, 1903. 52928 

y. 71, no. 7. Monday, Sept. 7, 1903. I 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52929 

y. 71, no. 8. Tuesday, Sept, 8, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52930 

v. 71, no. 9. Wednesday, Sept. 9, i 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 52931 I 

39 



San (The)-Continued. 

y. 71, no. 10. Thursday, Sept. 10, 

mr.). 2 c. Sept. 10, L903. ' 52932 

y. 71, no. 11. Friday, Sept. 1 1, L903. 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 52933 

y. 71, no. 12. Saturday, Sept. 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. ' 52934 

y. 71, no. 13. Sunday, Sept. 13, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52935 

V. 71, no. 14. Monday, Sept. 14, 190.3. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52936 
y. 71, no. 15. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. ' 52937 
v. 71, no. 16. Wednesday, Sept. hi. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 52938 
v. 71, no. 17. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. ' 52939 
v. 71, no. 18. Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 52940 
v. 71, no. 19. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 52941 

The Sun printing and publishing as- 
sociation, New York, N. Y. B 44950- 

44963, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Sunday (The) school world, v. 43, no. 10. 

Oct.; 1903. 52942 

The American Sunday school union, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 39589, Dec. 9, 

1902; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Superintendent and foreman, v. 28, no. 6. 
Aug. 17, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

52943 

v. 28, no. 7. Aug. 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Aug. 26, 1903. 52944 

y. 28, no. 8. Aug. 31, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903. 52945 

y. 28. no. 9. Sept, 7, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 52946 

Joseph Van Ness publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. B 56836-56839, 
Aug. 15, 1903. 

System, y.4, no. 5. Sept., 1903. 52947 

Publishers of system, Chicago, 111. 

B 56560, Aug. 6, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Textile world record, v. 25, no. 6. Sept., 

1903. 52948 

Lord & Nasde company, Boston, Mass. 

B 54117, June 15,1903; 2 c. Sept, 14,1903. 

Trayelers' railway guide, western section. 

v. 33, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 52949 

American railway guide co., Chicago, 

111. B 54571, June 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 

10, 1903. 

Univ. of Penna. medical bulletin, v. 16, 
no. 5. July, 1903. Issued with Au- 
gust, compound no. 52950 
Univ. of Penna. press, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 50073, Mar. 13, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
5, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Vanitv fair. no. 729. Aug. 8, 1903. 2 c, I 

Aug. 3, 1903. 52951 
no. 730. Aug. 15, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

13, 1903. 52952 i 
no. 731. Aug. 22, 1903. 2 e. Aug. 

15, 1903. 52953 '' 
no. 732. Aug. 29, 1903. 2 c. Aug. | 

22, 1903. 52954 
no. 733. Sept, 5, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, l 

1903. 52955 
no. 734. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. Sept. | 

9, 1903. 92956 

Commonwealth publishing company, j 

New York, N. Y. B 56989-56994, Aug. 

14, 1903. 

Western school journal, v. 19, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 52957 

John MacDonakl, Topeka, Kans. B 

55450, July 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Wooden and willow- ware trade review. 

y. 23, no. 12. Aug. 27, 1903. 52958 

Chas. H. Delano & son, New York, 

N. Y. B 57351, Aug. 28, 1903. 

Aug. 29, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



1 c. 



no. 15342. Sun- 

1 c. Aug. 24, 1903; 

52959 



World (The), v. 44 

day, Aug. 23, 1903. 

1 c. Sept". 12, 1903. 
y. 44, no. 15343. Monday, Aug. 24, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 52960 
y. 44, no. 15344. Tuesday, Aug. 25, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 52961 
y. 44, no. 15345. Wednesday, Aug. 

26, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. * 52962 
v. 44, no. 15346. Thursday, Aug. 

27, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. " 52963 
v. 44, no. 15347. Friday, Aug. 28, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. " 52964 

y. 44, no. 15348. Saturday, Aug. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 52965 

The Press publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 56100-56106, July 23, 
1903. 



World (The)— Continued. 

y. 44, no. 15356. Sunday, Sept. 6, 

1903. 1 c. Sept. 8, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 12, 

1903. 52966 
v. 44, no. 15357. Monday. Sept. 7, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 52967 
y. 44, no. 15358. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 52968 
v. 44, no. 15359. Wednesday, Sept, 

9, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. ' 52969 
y. 44, no. 15360. Thursday, Sept. 

10, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 10. 1903. " 52970 
v. 44, no. 15361. Friday, Sept. 11, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. ' 52971 
v. 44, no. 15362. Saturday, Sept. 

12,1903. 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 52972 
v. 44, no. 15363. Sunday, Sept. 13, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. ' 52973 
y. 44, no. 15364. Monday, Sept. 14, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 52974 
v. 44, no. 15365. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 52975 
y. 44, no. 15366. Wednesday, Sept, 

16, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 52976 
v. 44, no. 15367. Thursday, Sept. 

17,1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 52977 
v. 44. no. 15368. Friday, Sept. 18, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. * 52978 
v. 44, no. 15369. Saturday, Sept. 

19, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 52979 
The press publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 57208-57221, Aug. 25. 

1903. 

World's fair bulletin, v. 4, no. 11. 

Sept., 1903. 52980 

World's fair publishing company, St. 

Louis, Mo. B 57632, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 

c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Writer (The), v. 16. no. 8. Aug., 1903. 

52981 
William H. Hills, Boston, Mass. B 
57123, Aug. 21, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1903; 1 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 16,439 



40 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copyright bv Anthonv brothers. Fall River. Mass. 
C, XXe, n ■>. 54033. Sep'. 1. 1903: 2 copies received Sept. 1. 1903." ' 



Anthonv brother?, Fall 

River. Mass. 

Diplomat (The) march; by Aurele J. 

Forest: arr. bv Herbert L. Clarke; solo 

B flat cornet." 52982 

C 54033, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

two step by Aurele J. Forest; arr. 

for 1st violin by Herbert L. Clarke. 

52983 
C 54032, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Ascherberg ( E. ) & co. , 

London, England. 

Make me thine (Ta levre est la lyre); 

English words by Edward Tesche- 

macher; music by Francois Thome; 

no. 2 in D flat. London, E. Ascher- 

berg & co. 52984 

C 5411 7, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Benson (P.), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Urtidens klippa. no. 26; C. A — n; mel. 
af C. Anderson; arr. at X. L. R. 52985 
C 53879, Aug.29,1903; 2c. Aug.29,1903. 
Berge music co., Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Xew (The) Manhattan college; march 
by John Fitzhenry for piano. 52986 
*C53966,Aug.31,i903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 
Prayer to the Virgin; "O Deus ego amo 
Te;" offertory; words and music by 
Ida Grace Henwood. 52987 

C 53965, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 
Bloom (Sol), Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Chicago centennial jubilee march: by 
John W. Baurae for piano. 52988 

C 541 30, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 
Bobbett & Kegrize, Xew 
York, X; Y. 
Flying (The) machine; words by Jo- 
sephine Hamilton; music by Michael 
Kegrize. 52989 

C 53364, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 20, 1903. 



Bobbett & Kegrize. Xew 

York, N. Y. 

Monsieur Frog; song bv Michael Kegrize. 

52990 
C 49011, June 4, 1903; 2c. Aug.20,1903. 

Boosey & co., London, 
England. 
Come then; song, words anon; music by 
Jessie E. Matthews. London, Boo- 

sey & co. 52991 

C 53915, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31 ,1903. 

Day (The) is past and over; evening 

hymn; words by J. M. Xeale; music 

by A. H. Behrend. London, Boosev 

& co. 52992 

C54151,Sept.3,1903; 2 c. Sept.3,1903. 

Eastern dance; by Cyril Scott; Three 

dances for piano. London, Boosev 

& co. 52993 

C 53918, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

English dance; by Cyril Scott; Three 

dances for piano. London, Boosev 

& co. 52994 

C 53917, Aug.31, 1903: 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Gavotte; by Cyril Scott; Three dances 
for piano. London, Boosev cv: co. 

52995 
C 53919, Aug. 31, 1903 :2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Little white snowflakes; song, words by 
E. Teschemacher; music by Samuel 
Liddle. London, Boosev & co. 

52996 
C 53920, Aug.31 ,1903 : 2 c. Aug.31 , 1 903 

Sea! sad sea! song, words by W. F. 

Baughan; music by Charles E. Baughan. 

London, Boosey & co. 52997 

C53922, Aug.31, 1903; 2c.Aug.31,lw:;. 

Viking (A) lullaby; words and music 
by Lilias Green. London, Boosey 
&co. 52998 

C 53921 , A ug. 31,1 903 :2 c. A ug. 31 , 1 903. 
41 735 



736 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Cantata no. 10; "My soul doth magnify 

the Lord;" by Joh. Seb. Bach; vocal 

score by B. Todt; English version by 

E. H. Thorne and G. W. Daislev. 

Leipzig, Breitkopf & H artel. 52999 

C53983, Sept, 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Camp (J. S.), Hartford, 
Conn. 
Two hands; words by W. A. Thompson, 
music by John Spencer Camp. 53000 
C 54027, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Carisch & Janichen, Milan, 
Italy. 
Sans souci, polka di P. Bucalossi per pi- 
anoforte. Milan, Carish & Janichen. 

53001 
C 53865, Aug. 29, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Cary & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Ride! song, words and music by Daisy 
McGeoch; no. 1 in A flat. London, 
Cary & co. 53002 

C 53893, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

Caverhill (Mabel) Estelline, 
So. Dak. 
" May day;" three step, by Mabel Caver- 
hill for^piano. 53003 
C 48802, June 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Chappell & co., London, 

England. 

Coon's (The) wedding march; composed 

by Hermann E. Darewski, jr., for piano 

London, Chappell & co., ltd. 53004 

C 53978, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept.1,1903. 

Life (The) beyond; song, words by Ed- 
ward Teschemacher; music by Florence 
Aylward; no. 3 in F. London, Chap- 
pell & co. 53005 
C 53980, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1,1903. 

What is love but folly; duet, words by 
Hepburn Hay AVeltoun; music by Flor- 
ence Aylward. London, Chappell & 
co., ltd. 53006 

C 53979, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept.l, 1903. 

Chester (J. & W.), London, 

England. 

Melody in F; for violin and pianoforte, 

composed by Fred Knight. London, 

Breitkopf & Hartel. 53007 

C 54116, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Dial &Lee music co., Bridge- 
port, Conn. 
Sunflower (The) and the daisy; song bv 
M. Ella Mather. 53008 

C 53956, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 ,1903. 



Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mas:-:. 

Barcarole in G; (La gita in gondola) no. 

4 from "Soirees musicales de Rossini," 

by Gioachino Rossini; transcribed by 

Franz Liszt; edited by August Spanuth 

for piano. 53009 

C 54223, Sept. 4. 1903; 2c. Sept, 4, 1903. 

Berceuse: (Les Sabeennes) from the 
"Queen of Sheba," act 2, by Charles 
Gounod; transcribed by Franz Liszt; 
edited by August Spanuth for piano. 

53010 
C 54214, Sept. 4, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Campenella (La); no. 3 from "Grandes 

etudes de Paganini," by Niccolo Paga- 

nini; transcribed by Franz Liszt; edited 

by August Spanuth for piano. 53011 

' C 54213, Sept. 4, 1903 : 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Dedication; ( Widmung) song by Robert 

Schumann: op. 25, no. 1; transcribed 

by Franz Liszt; edited by August 

Spanuth for piano. 53012 

C 54219, Sept, 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Elsa's bridal procession; (Elsa's braut- 
gang zuin Minister) from Lohengrin, 
act 2, scene 4, by Richard Wagner; 
transcribed by Franz Liszt; edited by 
August Spanuth for piano. 53013 

C 54220, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Faith in spring; (Fri'ihlingslaube) song 
by Franz Schubert: op. 20, no. 2; tran- 
scribed by Frank Liszt; edited by 
August Spanuth for piano. 53014 

C 54221, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Hark, hark! the lark; (Morgenstiind- 
chen) song by Franz Schubert; tran- 
scribed by Franz Liszt; edited by 
August Spanuth for piano. 53015 

C 54228, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Intermezzo, Sempre giovine; (Always 

young) by Ellis Brooks; concert edition 

for orchestra, no. 307. 53016 

C54217, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4,1903. 

Maiden's (The) wish; (Madchen'swunch) 

chant polonais by Frederic Chopin: op. 

74. no. I; transcribed by Franz Liszt; 

edited by John Orth for piano. 53017 

C 54227, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1 903. 

Messenger (The); (Der bote) songs by 

Robert Franz: op. 8. nos. I and 3; 

transcribed by Franz Liszt; edited by 

August Spanuth for piano. 53018 

C 54229, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4,1903. 

My peace thou art; (Du bist die rub') 

song by Franz Schubert: op. 59. no. 

3; transcribed by Franz Liszt; edited 

by August Spanuth for piano. 53019 

C 54226, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4,1903. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



737 



Ditson (Oliver) company. 
Boston, .AIa>>. 
Nightingale (The); (Le rossignol) by 
Alexander Alabieff: transcribed by ; 
Franz Liszt: edited by AugustSpanuth 
for piano. 53020 

C54225, Sept. 4, PHIS; 2c. Sept. 4,1903. 

On wings <>f music; (Auf fliigeln des 
gesanges) song by Felix Mendelssohn: i 

op. 34. no. 2; transcribed by Franz 
Lis/.t; edited by August Spanuth for 
piano. 53021 

C 54230, Sept. 4, 1 903 : 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. | 

thou sublime, sweet evening star; (O 
du mein holder abendstern) recitative ' 
and romance from the opera "Tann- [ 
hauser," Act 3, scence 2, by Rich- J 
ard Wagner; transcribed by Franz 
Liszt; edited by August Spanuth for i 
piano. 53022 | 

C 54224, Sept. 4. 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1 903. j 

Spinning song; (Spinnerlied) from "The ' 
Flying Dutchman," (der fliegende Hol- 
lander). Act 2, scene 1, by Richard 
Wagner; transcribed by Franz Liszt; i 
edited by August Spanuth for piano. 

53023 
C 5421 5, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Spring night; (Frnlingsnacht) song by 

Robert Schumann: op. 39. no. 12; 

transcribed by Franz Liszt; edited by 

August Spanuth for piano. 53024 

C 54216, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Valse-caprice in A minor; no. 6 from 
"Soirees de Vienne", by Franz Schu- 
bert; transcribed by Franz Liszt; ed- 
ited by John Orth for piano. 53025 
C .54231 , Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

D flat; no. 4 from "Soirees de 

Vienne", by Franz Schubert; tran- 
scribed by "Franz Liszt; edited by 
August Spanuth for piano. 53026 

C 54218, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 
Dobbins (Abraham), Los 
Angeles. Gal. 

1 leave it with thee; sacred quartet; 
words and music by A. Dobbins. 

53027 

C 53199, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 3 1,1903. 

Dowling ( Fenelon F. ), Terre 

Haute, Ind. 

In those happy Autumn days; words by 

Fenelon E. Dowling; music by Mary 

Dowling Sutton. ' 53028 

C 52858, Aug. 10, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

F^noch & cie.. Paris, France. 

Avril rleuri; poesie de P. Gravollet; mu- 

sique de Charles Levade. no. 1 en Fa, 

ton original. 53029 

C 53868, Aug. 29, 1 903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 



Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 

11 neige; poesie de P. Gravollet; musique 

de Charles Levade. no. 2 en Ke 

mineur, ton original. 53030 

C53870,Aug.29,1903;2e.Aug.29,1903. 

Marche Tyrolienne, tiree de "Messali- 

nette'' pour piano par Rodolphe Ber- 

ger; piano seul. 53031 

( ' 53866, A ug. 29, 1903 ; 2c. Aug . 29, 1903. 

Paradis d'amour; poesie de P. Gravollet; 

musique de Charles Levade. no. 1 en 

Mi bemol, ton original. 53032 

C 53869, Aug. 29, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Yalse fleurie; poesie de Eugenie Casanova; 

musique de Paul Delmet. 53033 

C 53867, A ug. 29. 1903 : 2 c. A ug. 29, 1903. 

Enoch and sons, London, 
England. 
Adonais; an elegy; dramatic scena for 
soprano or tenor selected from Shel- 
ley's poem, by Vernon Blackburn; 
music by Landon Ronald. London, 
Enoch and sons. 53034 

C 53976, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Page (Ene) d'amour; romance pour vio- 

lon et piano par Landon Ronald. 

London, Enoch and sons. 53035 

C 53977, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Evans (W. A.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Sweetheart gavotte, by O. R. Blum, for 
piano. 53036 

O 53960, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

Farley (Milton Edmund), 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Farley's heart of my heart; song with 
waltz refrain; words and music by Mil- 
ton Edmund Farley. 53037 
C 541 86, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Sweet little baby boy: lullaby, words and 
music by Milton Edmund Farley. 

53038 
C 54187, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Fillmore's inaugural march: by Jas. M. 
Fulton, for orchestra. 53039 

C 541 99, Sept. 4, 1 903 : 2 c. Sept. 4, 1 903. 

for band. 53040 

C 54202, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 4. 1903. 

Higham march: by Will Huff, for band. 

53041 
C 54205, Sept. 4. 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

In Zion God appeareth; words by Palmer 
Hartsough; music by Wm. H. Dixon. 

53042 

053957, Aug.31,1903; 2e.Aag.31,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
My heart's idol; waltzes by C. W. Ben- 
net, for band. 53043 
C 54203, Sept, 4,1908; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

for orchestra. 53044 

C54200,Sept.4,1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 19 3. 

O be joyful unto the Lord; anthem from 
"Artaxerxes;" arr. by J. B. Herbert. 

53045 
C53958, Aug.31, 1903; 2c.Aug.31, 1903. 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Blue (The) Mediterranean; serenade by 

F. Volpatti; arr. by Theo. Moses-To- 

bani for ochestra. 53058 

C 54048, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Boheme (La); fantasia from opera, by G. 

Puccini; by Theo. Moses-Tobani: op. 

433, for orchestra. 53059 

C 54037, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. 



i Calm as the night; by Carl Bohm: op. 
Praise ye Jehovah; anthem bv S.S.Myers. I 29, no. 3; arr. by A. Hegner, for cello 

53046 ! and piano. 53060 

C 54069, Sept.l, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 



C 53959, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Eexoleum march; by R. Kohlbrand for 

band. 53047 

C 54206, Sept. 4, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Warwick (The) march; by Jas. M. Ful- 
ton for orchestra. 53048 

C54201,Sept.4,1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 
for band. 53049 

C 54204, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept.4,1903. 

Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Album leaf; by Carl Bohm: op. 187, no. 

1; arr. by Gus. Saenger, for violin and 

piano. 53050 

C 54081 , Sept. 1 , 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Album leaf; by W. F. Kretschmer, for 

orchestra. 53051 

C 54079, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Among the lilies; characteristic by E. H. 
Frev; arr. bv Alfred Roth for piano- 
forte. 53052 
C 54093, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

Arioso; by Carl Bohm: op. 187, no. 3; 
arr. by Gus Saenger for violin and pi- I 
ano. 53053 

C54078, Sept. 1, 1903;2c.Sept. 1, 1903. ! 

Ave Maria; by G. Nicolao; arr. by Emil I 

Isenman for band. 53054 | 

C 54054, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. j 

Bal (Le) d'eufants; by Chas. Gounod; 

arr. by Gus. Saenger for 2 violins and 

piano. 53055 

C 54035, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

Berceuse; by Caesar Cui: op. 29, no. 6; 
arr. bv A. Hegner for cello and piano. 

53056 
C 54072, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 1,1903. 

Birds of the forest; polka de concert, by Grandmother's minuet; by Ed. Grieg: 

Sebastian Mayr; arr. by L. P. Lauren- op. 68, no. 2; arr. by Hans T. Seifert, 

deau for band". 53057 for pianoforte. 53070 

C54051, Sept.l, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. ! C 54090, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

4:4: 



Charivari; arr. by E. Mollenhauer for 

violin and piano. 53061 

C 54075, Sept, 1,1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Cradle song; birthday music, no. 2, by 
Carl Bohm: op. 250a; arr. by Hans T. 
Seifert for piano; 4 hands. 

53062 
C 54055, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Dance of the dwarf and giant; character- 
istic by Ellis Brooks, for band. 53063 
C 54049, Sept, 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 1 , 1 903. 

Elephant and the fly; by H. Kling: op. 

520; arr. by L. P. Laurendeau for 

band. 53064 

C 54050, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Emperor Frederick march ; by Franz von 

Blon; arr. by Hans T. Seifert, for piano; 

4 hands. 53065 

C 54065, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Fairy (The) Jane; solo for B flat cornet, 

E flat alto, E flat or B flat saxophone 

or baritone, by Marzials; arr. by Paul 

de Ville for band. ' 53066 

C 54046, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Fire balls mazurka; by Francois Behr; 

arr. by Hans. T. Seifert for piano; 4 

hands." 53067 

C 54062, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Gavotte; by Edmund Severn; arr. for 

pianoforte. 53068 

C 54088, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Gipsy rondo; by Jos. Haydn; arr. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano; 4 hands. 

53069 
C 54003, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



739 



Fischer (Carl ). New York, 
N. Y. 
lleaits and flowers; two step, by Theo. 
Moses-Tobani ; arr. for pianoforte. 

53071 
C54092,Sept, l. 1903; 2c.Sept. 1,1903. 

for orchestra. 53072 

C 54044, Sept. 1, 1908; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Humoresque; by Win. F. Kretschmer, 

for orchestra. ' 53073 

C 54039,Sept. 1, 1903; 2c.Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Hungarian march. " The damnatioi of 
Faust;'' by Hector Berlioz; arr. by 
Hans T. Se'ifert for piano 4 hands. 

53074 
C 54064, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Hunter's (The) dream; by Theo. Moses 

Tobani, for pianoforte. 53075 

C 54089,Sept. 1, 1903; 2c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

"If;" solo for B flat cornet, E flat alto, 

E flat or B flat saxophone or baritone; 

arr. by Paul de Yille for band. 53076 

C 54047,Sept. 1, 1903; 2c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

Impromptu; by Ed. Mollenhauer; for 3 

violins. 53077 

C 54083,Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

Intermezzo; birthday music no. 3, by C. 

Bohm: op. 250 A; arr. by Hans T. Sei- 

fert for piano 4 hands. 53078 

C 54056, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

by Carl Bohm: op. 187, no. 2; arr. 

by Gus. Saenger, for violin and piano. 

53079 
C 54077, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Kjolstavisa; by F. Melius Christiansen; 

arr. by Gus. Saenger, for violin and 

piano. 53080 

C 54102, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept, 1,1903. 

Laendler; by Carl Bohm: op. 187. no. 

6; arr. by Gus. Saenger for violin and 

piano. 53081 

C 54059, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Longing; by P. Tschaikowsky: op. 29 

no. 1 ; arr. by A. Hegner for cello and 

piano. 53082 

C 54067, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Lost chord; by A. Sullivan: op. 8; arr. 
by A. Hegner for cello and piano. 

53083 
C 54074, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Madrigale; by S. Simonetti: op. 29, no. 

5; arr. by A. Hegner for cello and 

piano. 53084 

C 54071, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

March; birthday music no 1. by ('. 

Bohm: op. 250; arr. by HansT. Seiferl 

for piano 4 hands. 53085 

C 54060, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

March of the dwarfs; by Edvard Greig: 

op. 54, no. 3; arr. by Hans T. Seifeirt 

for pianoforte. 53086 

C 54085, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Mazurka; by P. Beaumont; arr. by (ins. 

Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 53087 

C 54104, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Melancolie (La); air varie by Prume- 

Hartmann; arr. by Paul de Ville for 

orchestra. 53088 

C 54042, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1 903. 

Melodie; by William F. Kretschmer for 

orchestra. 53089 

C 54038, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Menuet; by Ch. Gounod; arr. by Gus. 

Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 53090 

C 54098, Sept. 1 , 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1 903. 

Mill (The); by A. Jensen; arr. by Gus. 

Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 53091 

C 54105, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c.Sept.l, 1903. 

Mill (The) in the Black Forest; by Rich. 

Eilenberg; arr. by Hans T. Seifert for 

piano 4 hands. 53092 

C 54066, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c.Sept.l, 1903. 

Minnehaha; two step, by F. H. Losey for 

pianoforte. 53093 

C 54091, Sept. 1, 1903, 2 c.Sept.l, 1903. 

Musette; by Charles Gounod; arr. by Gus. 

Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 53094 

C 54099, Sept, 1 , 1903; 2 c.Sept.l ,1903. 

Our Columbia forever; march by W. 

Paris Chambers, for orchestra. 53095 

C 54H45, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Pastorale; by Chas. Gounod; arr. by 
Gus. Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 

53096 
C 54097, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1,1903. 

Perpetuum mobile; by Carl Bohm: op. 

1S7. no. 4; arr. by Gus. Saenger for 

violin and piano. 53097 

C 54058, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903. 

Polonaise; by Ed. Severn; arr. for piano- 
forte. 53098 
C 54096, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c.Sept.l, 1903. 

Practical course of four hand piano play- 
ing; by Josef Low; arr. by Gus. Saen- 
ger for piano, 4 hands, vol. I. 53099 
C 54080, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c, Sept.l, 1903. 



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Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Red (The) tulip; by Ernest Weiller; arr. 
by L. P. Laurendeau, for band. 53100 
C 54052, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Romance; by F. Melius Christiansen: op. 

13; arr. by Gus. Saenger for violin and 

piano. 53101 

C54101, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

by R. Schumann: op. 29 no. 7; arr. 

by A. Hegner for cello and piano. 

53102 

C 54073, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

violin and piano, by Anton Hegner: 

op. 2; for orchestra. ' 53103 

C54040,Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept, 1,1903. 

Royal menuet; by Charles Gounod; arr. 
bv Gus. Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 

53104 
C54036, Sept. l,1903;2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Rustle of spring; by Christian Sinding: 
arr. bv Hans T. Seifert, for pianoforte. 

53105 
C 54095, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Sailor's song; by Edvard Grieg; arr. bv 

Hans T. Seifert, for pianoforte. 5310*6 

C54086,Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Sapphic ode; by Joh. Brahms; arr. by 

A. Hegner, for cello and piano. 53107 

C54070, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Score showing the form and instrumenta- 
tion of an up-to-date American march; 
by W. P. Chambers. 53108 

C 54034, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Serenade; by P. Beaumont; arr. by Gus. 
Saenger for two violins and piano. 

53109 
C 541 03, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

by Franz Drdla; arr. by Gus Saenger 

for violin and piano. 53110 

C 54082, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Slumber song; by Carl Bohm: op. 187, 

no. 5; arr. by Gus Saenger for violin 

and piano. 53111 

C54076, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Solvejg's song, by Eduard Grieg: op. 29, 

no. 2; arr. by A. Hegner for cello and 

piano. 53112 

C 54068, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1 903. 

Southern sweethearts; march and two 

step, by Lee Johnson, for band. 53113 

C 54043, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 

To the spring; by Edvard Grieg: op. 43, 
no. 6; arr. by HansT. Seifert. for piano- 
forte. 53114 
054087, Sept.1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Valse; by Maurice Moszkoweki: op. 34, 
no. I; arr. bv Hans T. Seifert, for piano- 
forte. 53115 
C 54094, Sept.1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 

Variations on "Weber's Last Waltz:" 

by John Hartmann; arr. by Paul de 

Ville for band. 53116 

C 54053, Sept.1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 

for orchestra. 53117 

C 54041, Sept.1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 

Voice (The) of love; serenade by R. 

Schumann; arr. by Gus Saenger for 

violin and piano. 53118 

C 54084, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept.l, 1903. 

Waltz and finale; birthday music no. 4 

by Carl Bohm: op. 250 A, arr. by Hans 

T. Seifert, for piano 4 hands. * 53119 

C 54057, Sept.1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Watchman's song; by Eduard Grieg: op. 

12 no. 3; arr. by Hans T. Seifert, for 

pianoforte. 53120 

C 54100, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept.1,1903. 

Whispering flowers; by Franz VonBlon; 

arr. by Hans T. Seifert for piano 4 

hands." 53121 

C54061, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept.1,1903. 

Fischer ( J. ) & brother, New 

York, N. Y. 

Adoro te; for two-part female chorus, by 

A. Roux; arr. by Victor Hammerel. 

53122 
C 53663, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Ave Maria; duet or chorus for female 

voices, by J. X. Bartholomew; arr. for 

2 voices by Victor Hammerel. 53123 

C 53664, Aug. 25, 1903 :2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

by A. Trojelli; edited by G. Burton. 

53124 
C 53652, Aug. 25,1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Ave Verum; by J. Loxhai; arr. by G. 
Burton, for soprano, alto and organ. 

53125 
C 53654, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Ecce Panis; two-part chorus for female 

voices, bv A. Trojelli; edited bv G| 

Burton. " 53126 

C 53653, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Hymn to " Our Lady of Mercy; " word! 

by J. P. Bvrnes; music bv A. M. 

Knabel. 53127 

C 53651, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Hymn to the Sacred Heart; words by M. 

Russel; music by Ignatius M. Wilkenaj 

for soprano, alto and organ. 53128 

C 53672, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c.Sept.3,1903. 



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Fischer (J. ) £ brother, New- 
York, X. Y. 
Nato nobis Salvatore; motet for Christ- 
mas; two-part chorus for female voices, 
by IX van Reysschoot; arr. for 2 voices 
by Victor Hammerel. 53129 

053665, Aug.25,1903; 2 c.Sept.3,1903. 

cor, amoris victima; duet or chorus for 

female voices, by A. de Doss; edited 

by G. Burton. 53130 

C 53670, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Maria, for two-part female chorus; 
Italian melody; arr. bv Victor Ham- 
merel. 53131 
C 53669, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Salutaris; duet or chorus for female 
voices, by V. Hammerel; key of D. 

53132 

C 53657, Aug.25,1903; 2c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

duet or chorus for female voices, bv 

V. Hammerel; key of G. 53133 

C 53656, Aug. 25. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

duet or chorus for female voices, by 

A. Trojelli; edited by G. Burton; kev 

of F. ' 53134 

C 53671, Aug.25,1903; 2c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

solo for soprano, with chorus for 

female voices, bv Fr. Riga; edited by 

G. Burton. Oct! 2397. 53135 

C 53666, Aug.25,1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Tantum ergo; duet or chorus for female 

voices, bv A. Trojelli; edited bv G. 

Burton; key of F. 53136 

C 53658, Aug.25,1903; 2c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

solo for soprano, with chorus for 3 

female voices, bv Fr. Riga: op. 55; ed- 
ited by G. Burton. 53137 
C 53667, Aug.25,1903; 2c. Sept.3,1903. 

two-part chorus for female voices, 

by J. Guttler; arr. for 2 voices by Vic- 
tor Hammerel; key of F. 53138 
C 53662, Aug.25,1903; 2c. Sept.3,1903. 

two-part chorus for female voices, 

by V. Hammerel. 53139 

C 53661, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

two-part chorus for female voices. 

bv A. Trojelli; edited bv G. Burton; 

key of B flat. 53140 

C 53659, Aug. 25, 1903; 2c. Sept.3,1903. 

'"Te, Joseph celebrent;" for two-part 
female chorus; by G. Blanchi; arr. by 
Victor Hammerel. 53141 

C 53660, Aug. 25, 1903; 2c. Sept.3,1903. 
Tota pulchra es, Maria; for two-part fe- 
male chorus, by M. Cantone; arr. by 
Victor Hammerel. 53142 

C 53668, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept.3,1903. 
7102—08 ± i7 



Fischer (J.) c<: brother, New 

York, X. V. 

Vein Creator; by .1. Loxhai; arr. by (i. 

Burton, for soprano, alto, and organ. 

53143 
C 53655, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Fletcher ( Man) , New York, 
X. Y. 
Day dreams of love; words and music by 
Mary Fletcher. 53144 

C 53982, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1 903. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 
Adam had an adder; song, written and 
composed by Charles Osborne. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 53145 
C 53908, Aug. 31, 1903; 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Jack and Jill; song, written and com- 
posed by E. W. Rogers. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 53146 

C 53910, Aug.31, 1903; 2 c. Aug.31, 1903. 

She's his mother; song, written and com- 
posed by E. W. Rogers. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 53147 

C 53911, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Skies (The) are not always blue; song, 

written and composed by James Har- 

greaves. London, Francis, Dav & 

Hunter. 53148 

C 53912, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

"What a beautiful world this would be; " 
written by Arthur Helliar; composed 
bv Fanny "Went worth. London, 

Francis, Day & Hunter. 53149 

C 53907, Aug. 31,1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 
What do you think she did; song, writ- 
ten and composed by Harry Wincott 
and Harrv Leighton." London, Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. 53150 

C 53913, Aug.31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

You thought I was going to say ; 

song, written and composed by Charles 
Osborne. London, Francis, Dav & 
Hunter. 53151 

C53909, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Giessel (Carl), jr., Bay- 

reuth, Germany. 

Tarantelle; von August Klughardt: op. 

87, no. 3; fur pianoforte zu 2 handen 

bearbeitet von Johannes Doebber. 

Bayreuth, Carl Giessel, jr. 53152 

C 53989, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1 ,1903. 

Gould & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Memory (A) of Spain; song, words by 
Arthur Wimperis; music by H. J. 
Pelissier; no. 1 in D, original key. 
London, Gould & co. 53153 

C 54118, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c.Sept.2, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Grigsbv (Sioux K.J, Sioux 
'Falls, S. Dak. 
Isles (The) of Karama; written by Sioux 
K. Grigsbv; music by J. F. Baldwin. 
56 pp. f°. 53154 

C 52126, July 28, 1908; 2 typewritten 
c, words only, Aug. 6, 1903. 

Gunzl (Arthur), New York, 
N. Y. 
Kaiserpreismarch ; fuer piano solo; com- 
ponirt von Arthur Giinzl. 53155 

C 51350, Julyl4,1903; 2 e.Aug.31, 1903. 

Harrington (Karl P. ), Orono, 

Me. 

Roses through the snow; words by 

Herbert Welch; music by Karl P. 

Harrington. 53156 

C 54029, Sept.l, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1 903. 

Hasev (W. B ), Somerville, 
Mass. 
Christmas morning; little melody for 
piano, byEleane B. MacGregor. 53157 
C 541 74,Sept.3, 1903; 2 c. Sept.3,1903. 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 

Andante pastoral; extrait de Noel, ou le 

Mystere de la Nativite; pour violoncelle 

harpeet orgue, por Paul Vidal. Paris, 

Heugel & cie. 53158 

C53925,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.31,1903. 

Howlev, Haviland & Dresser, 

New York, N. Y. 

My little rang outang; song, words by 

Edward Madden; music bv Theodore 

F. Morse. 53159 

C53967,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.31,1903. 

Hunter (Mrs. David Hewitt), 
Boston, Mass. 
Our Adelaide (Hunter) ; composed by 
Mrs. David Hewitt Hunter, for piano. 

53160 
C50049, June 23, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 29, 1903. 

Jones (Ella Disbrow) , Tren- 
ton, N. J. 
If God would light the heavens; words 
and music bv Ella Disbrow Jones. 

53161 
C53871,Aug.29,1903;2c.Aug.29,1903. 

Kaun & Bluemel music co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Inspiration from heaven: meditation pour 
piano par Pietro Leopoldo. 53162 

C 54185, Sept. 4, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Lammers (P. J. ), Baltimore, 
Md. 
Operatic circle; a collection of choice op- 
eras arr. for violin and piano, medium 
grade. 53163 

A 67609, Sept, 3,1903; 2 c. Sept, 3,1903. 



Leuckart (F. E. C), Con- 
stantin Sander, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Capriccio alia polacca; fur pianoforte von 
Felix vom Rath: op. 10, no. 1. Leip- 
zig, F. E. C. Leuckart. 53164 
C 53987, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept, 1 , 1903. 

Serenade; fur pianoforte, von Felix vom 

Rath : op. 1 0, no. 2. Leipzig, F. E . C. 

Leuckart. 53165 

C53988, Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Lorenz publishing company, 
Dayton, Ohio. 
Dem Herrn vertraut' ich alles; words by 
E. Zech; music bv J. H. Tennev. 

* 53166 
C 54128, Sept, 2. 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Durch kampf zum sieg; reformations- 
lied; words by E. Zech; music by E. S. 
Lorenz. 53167 

C 54129, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Opening voluntary; organ voluntary, 

composed by E. L. Ashford. 53168 

054207, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept.4, 1903. 

Song (A) of the north; organ voluntary, 

composed by E. L. Ashford. 53169 

C 54209, Sept.4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Stray fancy; organ voluntary, composed 

by E. L. Ashford. 53170 

C 54208, Sept.4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4,1903. 

Maltby (C. O.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Call (A) to victory; words and music bv 
C, O. Maltby. * 53171 

C51995,July25,1903; 2 c. Sept.3,1903. 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, 
England. 
Will you be my butterfly; song, written 
by William Harrison; composed by 
Robert C. Kennedy-Russell. Lon- 
don, Metzler & co., "limited. 53172 
C 53968, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Mills (Frederick Allen), 
New York, N. Y. 
Hob-nobbing; by Maxwell Silver, for 
piano. 53173 

C53360, Aug. 20, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 1 0, 1903. 

I love no one but you; words by Chas. 
Robinson; music by Harry L. New- 
man. 53174 
C 53397, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 28, 1903. 

My tantalizin' little Susie Ann; words by 

Elmer Bowman; mn«ic by Tom Le- 

monier. 53175 

C 53361 , Aug. 20, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903 



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743 



Mills (Frederick Allen), 

New York, N. Y. 

Who shouted blast? soiiir by John Flvnn. 

53176 



C 52996, Aug. 12, 1903; 



Aug. 28.1903 



Mungufa (Enrique), Guada- 
lajara, Jul., Mex. 
Amame; vals para piano por Vicente 
Cordero. 53177 

C54114. Sept. 2, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Isabel; polka para piano por Vicente 

Cordero. 53178 

( 54112, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Jollv (The) coon; two-step para piano 

por N. Hoffmann. 53179 

C 54115, Sept, 2,1903; 2 c.Sept. 2,1903. 

Siempre de Broma; marcha two-step para 

piano, por Vicente Cordero. 53180 

C 54113, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2,1903. 

Myers (Samuel B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Old Virginia; words and music by Sam'l 
B. Myers; arr. by J. E. Hartel. 

53181 
C 49810, May 29,1903; 2 c. Sept. 2,1903. 

National music co. , Chicago, 
111. 
Champion violin and piano album, con- 
taining select, standard compositions; 
extra violin part. 53182 

C 53876, Aug. 29, 1 903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

"Xeilsson (Hjalmar F. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Wedding (The) cake march; by H. F. 
Xeilsson. 53183 

C52329, Aug. 1,1903; 2 c. Aug.31,1903. 

Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Funeral march, from Grania and Diar- 
mid; composed by Edward Elgar: op. 
42; pianoforte arrangement by John 
B. McEwen. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 53184 

C 53929, Aug. 31,1 903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

Parker & Dysert, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Jesus our Saviour will guide; words by 
Ella Parker; music by Maude Dysert. 

53185 
C54184, Sept, 4,1903; 2 c. Sept.4,1903. 

Pascal (Julian), New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 
Barcarole (A); song, words by M. A. 
West; music by Julian Pascal 53186 
C54147,Sept. 2,1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



Pendergrass (Mrs. s. E.), 
Kansas City, Mo. 
After the Hood; a vocal solo; words and 
music by Mrs. S. E. Pendergrass. 

53187 
C 54031, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Sept. 1 ,1903. 

Phillips & Page, London, 

England. 

Coon's (The) paradise; quick step march, 

composed by Fabian Rose for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53188 

C 53894, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

If she but knew; (Wenn sie nur wiisst) 
song with violin- obb. ad lib. ; words by 
A. O'Shaughnessy; music by Edwin 
Greene, in D. * London, Phillips & 
Page. 53189 

C 53896, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Rondinos without octaves; by Loris Lo- 

banoff . no. 1 . Rondino in C for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53190 

C 53897, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

no. 2. Rondino in G for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53191 

C 53898, Aug. 31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

no. 3. Rondino in C for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53192 

C53899, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

no. 4. Rondino in F for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53193 

C53900, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

no. 5. Rondino in B flat for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53194 

C 53901, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

no. 6. Rondino in D for piano. 

London, Phillips & Page. 53195 

C53902, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

Voices of the past; (Stimmen der vergan- 
genheit) song with violin obb. ad. lib. ; 
words by Clifton Bingham; music by 
Edward Greene; in F. London, 

Phillips & Page. 53196 

C53895, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

Poepping (Noel), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Knights of Columbus, march two step by 
Noel Poepping. 53197 

C 53873, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 29, 1903. 

T. P. A. march and two step, by Xoel 

Poepping. ' 53198 

C 53874, Aug. 29, 1 903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Wilhelmina; an intermezzo two step by 

Xoel Poepping. 53199 

C53875,Ang.29,1903;2c.Aug.29,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Powell (C. C. ), Fort Wayne, 

Ind. 

Angel (The) of my soul; words by C. C. 

Powell; music bv Edwin C. Smith. 

53200 
C 53872, Aug. 29, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Fifteen etudes for piano, for the cultiva- 
tion of the left hand; by E. R. Kroeger: 
op. 55. book 2. 53201 

C 54007, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 



bv 



Hartwell 
53202 



Heavenly (The) story; 
Jones, for piano. 

C 53969, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31,1903. 

Saltarelle; by P. Lacome, for piano. 

53<>03 

C 53972, Sept, 1,1903; 2c. Aug. 31,1903. 

Shower of stars; by Paul Wachs, for 

piano. 53204 

C 53970, Sept. 1,1 903; 2 c. Aug. 31,1903. 

With castanets; by Carl Reinecke, for 

piano. 53205 

C 53971,Sept.l, 1903; 2e. Aug. 31,1903. 

Price (Carl F.), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
We are launching; words by F. L. 
Knowles; music by Cane F. Price. 

53206 
C 54026, Sept. 1 , 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Rauch (lone), Fort Wayne, 

Ind. 

Sweet memories of old Car'lina; song 

with piano accompaniment; words and 

music by lone Rauch. 53207 

C53930,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.31,1903. 

Rechlin (Otto), Karlshorst 
bei Berlin, Germany. 
£s war oft das siisseste gliick nur minu- 
ten; worte von Paul Grossmann; kom- 
poniert von Otto Rechlin, fur eine 
singstimme mit klavierbegleitung. 
Karlshorst bei Berlin, Otto Rechlin. 

53208 
C 53986, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Reynolds & co., London, 
England. 
Angel's (The) song; no. 3 in C, with vio- 
lin and harmonium or organ obligate; 
words by Edward Oxenford; music by 
Oscar Allon. London, Reynolds 
<&.co. 53209 

C 53981, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Irish (The) walk; written by J. Hickory 

Wood; composed by Ernest Hastings. 

London, Reynolds & co. 53210 

C 54181, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept.4,1903. 



Ricordi (G.) <k c, Milano, 
Italy. 
Could I forget; song, words by E. Tes- 
chemacher, with violin, cello and organ 
acct. ad. lib.; music by Walter H. 
Arnold; no. 2 in A flat, original kev. 
108799. Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 

53211 
C 54149, Sept.3,1903; 2 c.Sept.3,1903. 

Tosca fantasia; by G. Puccini; piccola 

partitura. 104992. Milano, G. 

Ricordi & c. 53212 

C 54150, Sept. 3, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Valse lente. " Revivons Pamour; " by 

Paul Fauchey for band. Boosey's 

military journal, no. I. Milano, 

G. Ricordi & c. 53213 

C 53916, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Rieter-Biedermann (J.), 

Leipzig, Germany. 

KOnig Alfred's gesang; ballade von Felix 

Dahn; fur eine baryton-stimme mit 

begleitung von pianoforte, in musik 

gesetzt von Julius Spengel: op. 11. 

Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann. 53214 

C 53984, Sept, 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Rothermel music publishing 
co., Sunbury, Pa. 
Parade of the Ones march; by Geo. L. 
Rothermel: op. 7 for piano. 53215 

C 51 752, July 21,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Saxbv (Lewis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Bye, babv bunting; music bv Lewis Sax- 
by. 53216 

C 53940, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Schilling (W. P.), Scranton, 
Pa. 
Easy and natural method of sight-sing- 
ing for self instruction and class use, bv 
W. P. Schilling. 78 pp. 32°. 53217 
C 31667, Aug.22, 1902; 2c.Oct. 21, 1902. 

Schirmer (G.), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Shepard's pipe-organ method; by Thom- 
as G. Shepard. 53218 
A 67462,Sept. 1, 1903; 2c. Sept, 1,1903. 

"Soft the dews of evening fall;" bass 
solo and chorus for mixed voices with 
piano accompaniment; by Frank E. 
Ward. G. Schirmer's octavo collection 
of choruses for mixed voices, no. 4294. 

53219 
C 541 79, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Thine, O Lord; anthem for mixed voices 
with organ accompaniment, by Will C. 
Macfarlane. G. Schirmer's collection 
of octavo church music, no. 4240. 

53220 
C 541 78, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 



50 



V. 36, JSo. 39 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



745 



Schirmer (G.), New York, 
X. Y. 
r When windsare raging;" hymn-anthem 
for ba^s solo and chorus with organ ac- 
companiment; words by Harriet 
Beecher Stowe; music by Alfred E. 
Little. G. Schirmer's collection of 
octavo church music, no. 4309. 53221 
C54177, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Setchell (G. W.), Boston, 
Mass. 
At the beach in the summertime; words 
by Joe Roth; music by Thos. J. Ryan. 

53222 
C54005, Sept, 1, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
New York, X. Y. 
Bedelia: words by William Jerome; 
music by Jean Schwartz. 53223 

C 541 64, Sept. 3, 1903; 2c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Sheard (Charles) and Co., 
London, England. 



'Oh! for shame! 



sons 



composed by Edward Kent, 
don, Charles Sheard & co. 
C54232,Sept.5,1903; 



Karls 
ged 



written and 



Lon- 
53224 

Sept. 3, 1903. 

Siege? s (C. F. W.) musik- 
alienhandlung, (R. Linne- 
mann, Leipzig, Ger- 
many, 
des grossen — Welschlandfahrt: 
von Dr. Fritz Rohrer; fur man- 
nerchor und orchester oder klavier, 
komponiert von Theodor Podbertsky: 
op. 131; klavierauszug und chorstim- 
men. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's 
musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann. ) 

53225 
C 58985, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept.l, 1903. 

Simrock (X.), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Deux intermedes; pour piano parEdouard 
Schi'itt op. 69; no. 2. A la humoresque. 
Berlin, X. Simrock. 53226 

C 54000, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept.l, 1903. 

Deux intermedes; pour piano parEdouard 
Schiitt op. 69; no. 1 A la valse. Ber- 
lin, N. Simrock. 53227 
C 53999, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Drei vorspielstiicke; f iir pianoforte zu vier 
hiinden fur die jugend, die primo- 
parthie im umfange von 5 tonen, von 
Alois Rosenauerop. 17; no. 1, Barcarole. 
Berlin, X. Simrock. 53228 

C 54001, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 1,1903. 

op. 17; no. 2. Friihlingslied; 

Spring-song. Berlin, X. Simrock. 

53229 
C 54002, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept.l, 1903. 



simrock (N. ), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
op. 17; no. 3. Kinderlieder-marsch ; 

(Marcheenfantine.) Berlin, N. Sim- 
rock. 53230 

C54003,Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Lieder und t-inze; (chants et dansee) 
wach Russischen und Schwedischen 
volksmelodien; frei bearbeitet fur 
violine und klavier von Max Bruch. 
op. 79; heft 1, no. 1, Lied des gefang- 
nen. Berlin, X. Simrock. 53231 
C 53998, Sept.l, 1903; 2c. Sept.l, 1903. 

op. 79; heft 2, no. 6. Lied. Ber- 
lin, N. Simrock. 53232 
C 53997, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1,1903. 

, Lieder und tanze; kleine trios fiir clavier, 

violine und cello von Paul Zilchner: 

op. 28. Berlin, N. Simrock. 53233 

C 53996, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1 903. 

Pages intimes; six morceaux pour piano 
par Edouard Schi'itt: op. 68, no. 1; 
Feuillet d' album. Berlin, X. Sim- 
rock. 53234 
C 53990, Sept, 1 , 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1 , 1903. 

| op. 68 no. 2; Une pensee. Berlin, 

X. Simrock. 53235 

C 53991, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c.Sept, 1,1903. 

— op. 68 no. 3; Simili- valse. Berlin, 

N. Simrock. 53236 

C 53992, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept.l, 1903. 

Ber- 
53237 

C 53994, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

op. 68 no. 5; Solitude. Berlin, X. 

Simrock. 53238 

C 53993, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

op. 68, no. 6; Petites arabesques. 

Berlin, X. Simrock. 53239 

C 53995, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Smith (C. R.) , Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Old X. C; music bv Clarence R. Smith. 

53240 
C 54028, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept, 1.1903. 

Wesleyan maiden; words by Ferris 
Greenslet: music by C. R. Smith. 

53241 

C 54030, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Steinhardt (Edward J.), New 

York. 

Don Quixote. Comic opera in 2 acts by 

. Edward J. Steinhardt. 53242 

C5968, Apr. 16, 1900; 2 typewritten 

c, words only, Sept. 11, 1903. 



op. 68 no. 4; Lettre d' amour. 

lin, X. Simrock. 



51 



746 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Fashion (The) show; march and two- 
step, with vocal text, by S. R. Henry. 

53243 
C 54131, Sept.2,1903; 2 c. Sept.2,1903. 

Southern society buds; characteristic 

march and two-step, by Sol. Woler- 

stein, for piano. 53244 

C 54132, Sept.2,1903; 2 c. Sept.2,1903. 

Thompson (C. W.) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
At the window; words by Browning; 
music by Virginia Roper. 53245 

C 54137, Sept.2,1903; 2 c. Sept.2,1903. 

Love me to-day; words by Theodosia Gar- 
rison; music by Virginia Roper. 53246 
C 54138, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 2,1903. 

Titania; song, words and music by Rubv 

L. Whitney. 53247 

C 54136, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept.2,1903. 

Thompson music co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Danse Zhardna; pour piano by Mile. 
Zhardna. 53248 

C 53333, Aug. 19, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1 903. 

Glorious ( The ) high ball ; song and cho- 
rus; words and music bv G. B. Brig- 
ham. 53249 
C 53043, Aug. 13, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 2,1903. 

Toledo & co., Paris, France. 
Scherzo; pour le piano par Joan Manen: 
op. 21. Paris, Toledo & cie. 53250 
C 53924, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Umlauf (Susan C.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
St. Elizabeth; song by Susan C. Umlauf. 

53251 
O53398,Aug.21.1903;2c.Aug.21,1903. 

United publishers' corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. 
Straight from the heart; words by Walter 
Crane; music by Raymond Howe. 

53252 
C 53242, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Von Tilzer (Harry) music 

publishing com pan v, 

New York, N. Y. 

Beneath the palms of paradise; from 

"The fisher maiden"; lyric by Arthur 

J. Lamb; music by Harry Von Tilzer. 

53253 
C 53955, Aug. 3 1,1 903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

"Coo-ee, Coo-ee"; duet from "The fisher 

maiden"; lyric by Arthur J. Lamb; 

music by Harry Von Tilzer. 53254 

C53948,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.31,1903. 



Von Tilzer (Harry) music 

publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Daughter (A) of the moon and I; from 

"The fisher maiden " ; lyric by Arthur 

J. Lamb; music by Harrv Von Tilzer. 

53255 
C 53954, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31,1903. 

Highly (The) important fly; from "The 
fisher maiden"; lyric by Arthur J. 
Lamb; music bv Harry Von Tilzer. 

53256 
C 53952, Aug. 31 ,1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

I'll dream of you if you'll dream of me; 

from "The fisher maiden"; lyric by 

Arthur J. Lamb; music by Harrv Von 

Tilzer. '53257 

C 53951, Aug.31, 1903; 2 c. Aug.31, 1903. 

I'm a fisher maiden; from "The fisher 
maiden", waltz song; lyric by Arthur 
J. Lamb; music by Harry Von Tilzer. 

53258 
C 53944, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

I'm in love with the beautiful bugs; from 
"The fi-her maiden ; " lyric by Arthur 
J. Lamb; music by Harry Von Tilzer. 

53259 
C 53950, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

"Let the band play a pleasing tune;" 

from "The fisher maiden;" lyric by 

Arthur J. Lamb; music by Harrv Von 

Tilzer. "53260 

C 53949, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Maydee; from "The fisher maiden;" 

lyric by Arthur J. Lamb; music by 

Harry Von Tilzer. 53261 

C 53946, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

"Oh Marjory!" duet from "The fisher 

maiden," for tenor or baritone; lyric 

bv Arthur J. Lamb; music bv Harrv 

Von Tilzer. 53262 

C53947,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.3L1903. 

Sail (A) on the tail of a whale; from 
"The fisher maiden;" lyric by Arthur 
J. Lamb; music by Harry Von Tilzer. 

53263 
C 53945, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

When you go to London town, gay Paree, 
or Dixie land; from "The fisher maid- 
en;" lyric by Arthur J. Lamb; music 
by Harry Von Tilzer. 53264 

C53953, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Walker ( Harrv Lavton ) , 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

La-Ton-Ka; dance by Harry Lavton 

Walker; music arr. by Adam Feder- 

lein for piano. 53265 

C54211, Sept. 4, 1903;2c.Sept. 4, 1903. 



52 



V. 36, No. 89 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



747 



Walter (J. F. ), Ridgefield 
Park, X. J. 
Hear that glorious strain ; sacred song for 
sop. or ten., by J. F. Walter. 53266 
C54210, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 
White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 
(Destination; (Faithful love) song by H. 
deFontenailles; English version by J. C. 
Macy for high voice, in 1) flat. 53267 
C54176, Sept. 3, 1903;2e.Sept. 3, 1903. 
To sunny eyes; a toast; quartette and cho- 
rus for male voices, bv Stone. 53268 
C 54175, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Williams (Joseph), limited, 
London, England. 

I cannot help loving thee; (Ich muss 
dich lieben) words anon; deutsch von 
F. H. Schneider; music by Frederic H. 
Co wen; edition for soprano or tenor; 
Six songs, no. 6. London. Joseph 
Williams, limited. 53269 

C 54106, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Let beauty awake! (Lasst schonheit ers- 
tehn) words by R. L. Stevenson; deutsch 
von F. H. Schneider; music by Fred- 
eric H. Co wen; edition for soprano or 
tenor; six songs, no 4. London, 
Joseph Williams, limited. 53270 

C 54108, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Nearer yet; (Niiher) words by Dante 
Gabriel Rossetti; deutsch von F. H. 
Schneider; music by Frederic H. 
Co wen; edition for soprano or tenor; 
Six songs no. 5. London, Joseph 
Williams, limited. 53271 

C 54107, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Song (A) of May; (Mailied) words by 
Christina Rossetti; deutsch von F. H. 
Schneider; music by Frederic H. 
Co wen; edition for soprano or tenor; 
Six songs no. 1. London, Joseph 
Williams, limited. 53272 

C 541 1 1 , Sept. 2, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 2, 1903. 

Supreme summer; (Hochsommer) words 
by Arthur O'Shaugnessy; deutsch von 
F. H. Schneider; music by Frederic 
H. Cowen; edition for soprano or tenor; 
Six songs no. 3. London, Joseph 
Williams, limited. 53273 

C 54109, Sept. 2, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Two days ago; (Vorgestern) words by 
HildaHammond-Spencer; deutsch von 
F. H. Schneider; music by Frederic 
H. Cowen; edition for soprano or tenor; 
Six songs no. 2. London, Joseph 
Williams, limited. 53274 

C 541 10, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



Windsor Music company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Angel's (The) message; composed by 

Eustasio Rosales; arr. for orchestra by 

Eustasio Rosales. 53275 

C54134, Sept. 2, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2,190;',. 

Dorothy waltzes; composed by Harry D. 
Kerr; arr. for orchestra by E. Rosales. 

53276 
C54133, Sept, 2, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, L903. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Coonville's cullud band; march by 

Davids and Meakim; arr. for band by 

W. C. O'Hare. 53277 

C53963, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Fleurette; by Victor Herbert; arr. for 

orchestra from the original score by 

Otto Langey. 53278 

C53961, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 31, 1903. 

Shamrock the third; by Handel Victor 

Hasey for piano. 53279 

C52701,Aug.7,1903;2c.Aug.26,1903. 

Thoughts of love (Pensee d' amour) , valse 
sentimentale, by Nat. D. Mann; arr. 
for military band bv Hilding Anderson. 

53280 
C 53886, Aug. 29, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Tick, tack, toe; song, by Chauncev 01- 

cott. 53281 

C 52740, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

Under the elms; by Victor Herbert; arr. 

for orchestra, from the original score 

by Otto Langey. 53282 

C 53962, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 , 1903. 

U. S. volunteers: march, by Julius Ad- 
ler; arr. for band bv James M. Fulton. 

53283 

C 53964, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 31. 1903. 

Where the prairie rolls along to meet the 

plain; words by Fenelon E. Dowling; 

music by Geo. H. Arthur. 53284 

C 52076, July 27, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Wood (B. F. ) music com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Because of you; words and music bv C. S. 
Brings, in C. 53285 

C53943, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

E flat, 53286 

C53942, Aug.31, 1903; 2c.Aug.31, 1903. 



Number of Musical compositions since Jan. 1, 1903 14,768 



53 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPHS: FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title, 
if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by George Barrie & son, Philadelphia. Pa. Class F, 
SLXc, no. 15565. Sept. 2, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 2, 1903." 



Barrie (George) & son, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Ballangier thwarts Rochebrune's plans. 
(F 15565, Sept. 2, 1903.) 53287 

Breakfast at Georgette's. (F 15571, 



Sept. 2, 1903. ) 

Dupont's discomfiture. 
2, 1903. ) 



Four in a duel. 



(F 15568, Sept. 2, 
53294 



53288 

(F 15567, Sept. 
53289 

(F 15573, Sept. 2, 1903.) 
53290 
Frederique and Rochebrune at the Bocal 
partv. (F 15575, Sept. 2. 1903.) 

53291 

Gentlemen's (A) dinner at Deffieux's. 

(F 15574, Sept. 2, 1903.) 53292 

Georgette interests De Sommerston. (F 
15570, Sept. 2, 1903. ) 53293 

Georgette's admirer 
1903. ) 

In the woods. (F 15572, Sept. 2, 1903. ) 

53295 

Rochebrune consoles Mignonne. (F 
15569, Sept. 2, 1903. ) 53296 

Rochebrune visits Mignonne. (F 15564, 
Sept. 2, 1903. ) 53297 

Supper (A) with Frederique. (F 15566, 
Sept. 2, 1903. ) 53298 

2 c. each Sept. 2, 1903. 

Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Adventures (The) of Leon in his wonder- 
ful flying machine; how he saved his 
dear friends, Alphonse and Gaston 
from destruction; a tale of startling ex- 
periences in four parts, pt. I. (F 
15557, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. ) 

53299 

Breaking (The) of a dam floods Mt. Ara- 
rat. (F 15558, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
31, 1903.) 53800 



Hearst (W. R,), New York, 

N. Y. 

Foxy grandpa and smart Uncle Alex; 

they perform marvelous feats upon a 

submarine tight-rope. (F 15559, Aug. 

31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 53301 

His flag. (F 15554, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903.) 53302 

It's all right! Happy Hooligan's hard 
luck is back again," and there's plenty 
to spare for his brother, Gloomv Gus. 
(F 15555, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53303 

Jungle (A) book for little common peo- 
ple. (F 15588, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903.) 53304 



Local (The) campaign. (F 1557: 
2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 



Sept. 
53305 



Love (The) of Lulu and Leander. (F 
15561, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. ) 

53306 

Married life as seen from the inside; how 
one innocent looking pie killed the 
love microbe. (F 15589, Sept. 4, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53307 

Mr. Jack! (F 1,5556, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903.) 53308 



No wind. (F 15587 
Sept. 3, 1903.) 



Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
53309 



Rockefeller on the links with his new 
caddie. (F 15579, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903.) 53310 

Strange (The) adventures of Pussy 
Pumpkin and her chum Toodles! (F 
15560, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53311 

Turks (The) and their religion of mur- 
der. (F 15562, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31 , 1903. ) 53312 

55 621 



622 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hearst "(W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Who will be Tammany's candidate? (F 
15563, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903.) 

53313 

Hirt (C. J.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Adam's troubles raising Cain, Mrs. Eve 

gets it in the neck, and so does Adam. 

(F 15516, Aug. 31, 1903.) 53314 

Hi and Si become volunteer firemen. 
(F 15519, Aug. 31, 1903.) 53315 

Japanese (The) juggler makes a hit in 
Teddv-hoof, Nebr. (F 15515, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53316 

Mr. Sym-pathv comforts a poor wanderer. 
(F 15518, Aug. 31, 1903.) 53317 

Skeeters. (F 15520, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53318 

Troubles (The) of a little mother, baby 
makes a fine catch. (F 15517, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53319 

Willie Cute doesn't want a father-in-law. 
(F 15514, Aug. 31, 1903.) 53320 

2 c. each Aug. 31, 1903. 

McClure (T. C. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Billy Bounce gets the bunch out of a tight 

squeeze. (F 15525, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53321 



McClure (T. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Herr Spiegleburger adopts a babv. (F 
15513, Aug. 31, 1903.) * 53322 

How the cowbovs shot for the drinks. 
(F 15521, Aug. 31, 1903.) 53323 

How Uncle Pike and the kids got aboard 
the trolley. (F 15526, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53324 

Pat squares the account. (F 15523, Aug. 
31, 1903.) 53325 

Simon gives his Pa another taste of his 
humor. (F 15522, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53326 
Teasers (The); Marjorie's little idea 
works. (F 15524, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53327 
2 c. each Aug. 31, 1903. 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Graces (The) decorating a terminal fig- 
ure of Hymen. (F 15530, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

53328 
Retraite prise (Sounding the retreat). 
(F 15529, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53329 

2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 

Moore (Jesse D.), Chicago, 
111. 
Eternal (The) crown. (F 15224, Aug. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Julv 29, 1903.) 53330 



Number of Engravings, cuts, and prints since Jan. 1, 1903 3,! 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright bv Courier companv. Buffalo, N. Y. Class G, 
XXc, no. 5438, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 3, 1903." 



Courier companv, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Chas. Barton's funny faces. (G 5438, 
Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 

53331 

Dodge publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

All's well that ends well. (G 5463, Sept, 

1, 1903.) 53332 

Announcement (The). (G 5447, Sept. 1, 

1903.) 53333 

Bridal ( A) song. (G 5466, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

53334 
Bride-cake. (G 5446, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53335 
Congratulations. (G 5445, Sept. . 1 , 1903. ) 

53336 

Cupids proverbs — A wedding book. (G 

5474, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53337 



Dodge publishing companv, 
New York, N. Y. 
Diligence is the mother of good luck. 
(G 5460, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53338 

Do not halloo until vou are out of the 
woods. (G 5461, Sept, 1, 1903. ) 53339 

Dulce Donum. (G 5455, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53340 

Gather ye rose-buds. (G 5450, Sept. 1, 

1903.)" 53341 



Heart exchange. 



(G 5473, Sept. 1,1903.) 
53342 



(G 5470, Sept. 1, 
53343 



In Laudem Amoris 
1903. ) 

Invitation to the wedding. (G 5465, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 53344 



50 



No. 39 



CHROMOS AND LITHOUK A PI IS 



623 



Dodge publishing company, 

New York, X. Y. 
jby may you have. (CI 5-148, Sept. 1, 
1903.)' 53345 

fast of presents. (G 5469, Sept. 1. 1903.) 

53846 

■Dve laughs at locksmiths. (G 5459, 

Sept. 1, 1903.) 53347 

Newspaper clippings. (G 5453, Sept. 1, 
1903.) 53348 

None but the brave deserve the fair. (G 
5457, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53349 

Our decoration. (G 5449, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53350 

Our first At home. (G 5454, Sept, 1, 

1903.) 53351 

Our invited guests. (G 5467, Sept. 1, 
1903.) 53352 

Our wedding journey. (G 5451, Sept. 1, j 
1903.) 53353 

Photographs the bride and groom. (G 
5472, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53354 

Pride goeth before a fall. (G 5458, Sept. 
1, 1903.) 53355 | 

Samples of the gowns. (G 5471, Sept. 1, 
1903.) 53356 

Some do long for pretty knacks. (G 
5468, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 53357 

Sonnet. (G 5464, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53358 

Stitch (A) in time saves nine. (G 5462, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 53359 

This carol thev began that hour. (G 
5452, Sept. l/l903.) 53360 

This certifies. (G 5444, Sept, 1, 1903.) 

53361 
Word (A) to the wise is sufficient, (G 
5456, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53362 

2 c. each Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Grav lithograph company, 

' New York, N. Y. 

Bridal favors. (G 5427, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53363 
Crusader. (G 5429, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53364 

Debutante. (G 5430, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53365 
Viola. (G5428, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53366 
2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 

Hoover (Jos.) & son, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Pius X. (His Holiness Pope. ) (G 54S0, 
Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53367 



International news company, 
New York, X. Y. 
Title page of the strand magazine, Oet., 
1903. (G5481, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903.) 53368 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Bed time. (G 5436, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53369 

! Checkers. (G 5435, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 53370 

Fairy tales. (G 5433, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53371 

In the garden. (G 5432, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53372 

Morning. (G 5431, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53373 

Supper. (G5434, Sept, 1,1903.) 53374 
2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 

Sidney novelty company, 
* Sidnev, N. Y. 
; Circus (A). (G 2230, Mar. 26, 1902; 2 
c. Mar. 26, 1902. ) 53375 

Strobridge lithographing 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
. Crusher. 8-sheet, N. Y. no. 10322. (G 
4361, Mar. 20, 1903.) 53376 

Marrv. 3-sheet. (N.Y. no. 10532). (G 
5247, Aug. 3, 1903. ) 53377 

Portrait. 26x34. (N.Y. no. 10543). 
(G 5256, Aug. 3, 1903. ) 53378 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 

United States lithograph 

companv. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Before and after, no. 7173. (G5443, 

Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 

53379 

Deserted by the man you loved and 
trusted, no. 7018. (G 5475, Sept. 4, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903.) 53380 

From my bottom heart, no. 6954. (G 
5476, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903.) 

53381 

Higgins and Waldron portrait design, 
no. 7130. (G 5442, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 3, 1903.) 53382 

I never saw that man in all mv life. no. 
7145. (G 5478, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903.) 53383 

I'm so glad you told me. no. 6955. (G 
5479, Sept 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903.) 

53384 

In the jaws of death, no. 7043. ( G 5477, 
Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53385 



Number of Chromos and lithographs since Jan. 1 , 1903 1,579 



57 



624 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Class h, photographs 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alpha oetiealiy by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copvright by American horse breeder pub. co., T. L. Quirabv, 
treas.. Boston, Mass. Class H, XXc, no. 35170, Aug. 29, 1903: 2 copies received Aug. 26, 1903." 



American horse breeder pub. 

co., T. L. Quimby, treas., 

Boston, Mass. 

Lou Dillon finishing her two-minute 

mile. (H 35170, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 

Aug. 26, 1903. ) 53386 

Lou Dillon returning to the wire after 
the finish of her two-minute mile. (H 
35172, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1903.) 53387 

Lou Dillon the first quarter of her two- 
minute mile. (H 35171, Aus;. 29, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. ) 53388 

Watch (The) of C. W. Marks, who was 
one of the timers. (H 35169, Aug. 29, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903.) 53389 

Bordeaux (David J. ), Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Capital (The) at Boston, Mass.; or, the 
State House, Boston, Mass. (H 35241, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 53390 

Public (The) gardens of Boston, Mass. 
(H 35242, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 53391 

2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 

Campbell ( Alfred S. ) art co. , 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
Frontier (The) mail. no. 
35128, Aug. 29, 1903.) 

Indian (The) maid. no. 2272 
Aug. 29, 1903. ) 

Lord (The) of the north, no. 2273. (H 
35130, Aug. 29, 1903. ) 53394 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1903. 

Coit (John J.),' Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
Long (The) beach and Asbury Park 
miniature railway. (H 35466, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 53395 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Blue (The) bowl. 11 x 14. (H 35332, 
Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 1, 1903.) 53396 

Flower (A). 18x22. (H 35333, Sept. 1, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 53397 

Old (The) violin. 18 x 22. (H 35330, 
Sept. 1. 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903.) 53398 

Quiet (A) hour. 11 x 14. (H 35331, 
Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 

53399 



2274. (H 
53392 

(H 35129, 
53393 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 

Sherman (Gen.) statue. 11 x 14. (H 

35423, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903.) 

53400 

Dawson (John W. ), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Launch of U. S. armored cruiser Penn- 
sylvania, from Cramp's shipyard, Aug. 
22, 1903. ( H 35044, Aug. 25, 1903. ) 

53401 
Launch of U. S. armored cruiser Penn- 
sylvania from Cramp's shipyard, Aug. 
22, 1903. (H 35045, Aug. 25, 1903.) 

53402 
2 c. each Aug. 25, 1903. 

Guyor (Henry W. ), Dead- 
wood, S. Dak. 
Life-size statue in stone of William J. 
Hickok, alias Wild Bill, of Deadwood, 
S. Dak. (H 32310, June 1, 1903; 2 c. 
May 9, 1903. ) 53403 

Hall (Geo. P.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Broadway from Battery Park, New York 
city. no. 24. (H 35341, Sept. 2, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. ) 53404 

Hersey (George W. ), Med- 
ford, Mass. 
Nig. (H 35342, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
2, 1903. ) 53405 

Holcombe (Fred Edwin), 

Stillwater, Minn. 

Justin time to hear love's storv. (H 

35424, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4,' 1903.) 

53406 

Hutchinson (H. S.) & co., 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Cutting in a right whale, cutting hole 
through scalp for head chain showing 
the right whale's bonnet and the bone 
exposed by the dropping awav of lower 
lip. (H 35417, Sept, 4, 1903.) 53407 

filling away for home. (H 35422, 

Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53408 

head all clear and hoisting aboard. 

(H 35421, Sept. 4, 1903.) 53409 

hoisting in the head with the whale- 
bone. (H 35419, Sept, 4, 1903. ) 53410 



58 



No. 39 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



625 



Hutchinson 11. S.) & co., 
New Bediord, Mass. 
putting in a right whale; nearer view 
showing the nib end bonnet and root 

of mouth all lined with whalebone and 
the tongue. ( II 35420, Sept. 4, 190:5. ) 

53411 

reeving through the head chain pre- 

paratorv to cutting off the head. (11 

35418, Sept. 4, 1903.) 53412 

putting in a sperm whale; bailing out 
the ••ease:"' this is the upper portion 
of the head and contained about 
twentv barrels of almost pure sperma- 
cetti. ' ( II 35410, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53413 

bark California on the whaling 

grounds off coast of Japan. (H 35398, 
Sept. 4, 1903.) 53414 

cleaning up and repairing after stow- 

ing away the oil. (H 35415, Sept. 4, 
1903.) 53415 

hoisting and cutting as the whale 

rolls over and over. (H 35405, Sept. 
4. 1903.) 53418 

hoisting on lower jaw; men on stage 

severing the jaw with cutting spades, 
i H 35400, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53417 

jaw after the "blubber" or fat has 

been removed; the spar of this jaw 
measured 18 feet; the jaw-pans 7 feet. 
I H 35403, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53413 

jaw nearly clear, notice large blocks 

and chains used in hoisting. ( Ii 35401 , 
Sept. 4, 1903.) 53419 

"junk" nearly clear; this is, with 

the exception of the case, the most val- 
uable portion of the whale as well as 
the heaviest. ( H 35407, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 

53420 

mincing the "blubber" ready for 

the trving out. ( H 35412, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 

53421 

near view of jaw lying on the deck 

just as it is hoisted on board. ( H 35402, 
Sept. 4, 1903.) 53422 

one of the boatsteerers. (H 35416, 

Sept. 4, 1903.) 53423 

removing the gum and teeth from 

the jaw. (H 35404, Sept. 4, 1903.) 

53424 

repairing boat on deck; this boat 

was stove by whale; the large blocks 
and ropes are those used in hoisting 
the blubber. ( H 35414, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 

53425 

separating the junk from the case; 

the junk is the lower section of the 
head, next to the scalp bone; this bone 
weighed about eight tons. (H 35408, 
Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53426 



Hutchinson (II. S. ) & CO., 
New Bedford, .Mass. 
Cutting in a sperm whale; "the blanket 
piece" being lowered into blubber 
room. ( II 3541 1. Sept. 4. 1903. ) 

53427 

the "junk" coming in at the waist. 

(H 35408, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53428 

the --junk" on deck. (1135409, 

Sept. 4, 1903. ) 53429 

"trying out," or boiling the blub- 
ber; one of the men jnst dropping a 
piece into the pot. (H 35413, Sept. 4, 
1903.) 53430 

whale alongside; "cutting stage" 

lowered into place. ( H 35399, Sept. 4. 
1903.) 53431 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 

Melies (George), Paris, 
France. 
Armory (The) of the castle. (H 35347. 
Sept. 3, 1903.) 53432 

Bottom (The) of the sea. (H 35350, 
Sept, 3, 1903.) 53433 

Boudoir (The) of Princess Azurine. (H 

35346, Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53434 

Devil's (The) castle. (H 35354, Sept. 3, 

1903.) 53435 

Entrance (The) of the cavern. (H 35352, 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53436 

I Lords (The) . ( H 35345, Sept. 3, 1903. ) 

53437 

j Neptune's (The) empire. (H 35353, 

Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53438 

! Palace (The) of the king. (H 35355, 

Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53439 

Roval (The) galley. (H 35349, Sept. 3, 

1903. ) 53440 

Submarine (The) cave. (H 35351, Sept. 

3,1903.) 53441 

Vision (The). (H 3534S. Sept. 3, 1903.) 

53442 
2 c. each Sept. 3, 1903. 

Mutual life insurance com- 
pany of Xew York, New- 
York, N. Y. 
Waifs (The) Christmas dream. ( H 34054, 
Julv 23, 1903; 2 c. July 23, 1903.) 

53443 



Nutting (Wallace), Provi- 
dence. R. I. 
Across the Walloomsac. ( H 35190. Aug. 

31, 1903.) 53444 

A^ed (An) sentinel. ( II 35217, Aug. 31, 

1903.) 53445 

Ambush (An) for a redcoat. (II 35190, 

Aug. 31, 1903.) 53446 

As seen through the bars. (H 35191, 

Aug. 31, 1903. I 53447 



59 



(526 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Nutting (Wallace), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Bennington (A) road. ( H 35192, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53448 



Bennington valley. 
1903. ) 



(H 35209, Aug. 31, 
53449 



Birch pool. (H 35207, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53450 

Capture (The) of a redcoat.) (H 35194, 

Aug. 31, 1903.) 53451 

Clump (A) of birches. (H 35205, Aug. 
31,1903.) 53452 

Cross (The) roads. (H 35200, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53453 

Daintv (A) cove. (H 35222, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53454 



Dreamv spring. 
1903.') 



(H 35206, 



Aug. 31, 
53455 



Fairy spring. 



(H 35195, Aug. 31, 1903.) 
53456 



(H 35221. Aug. 31, 
53457 



From the bridge. 
1903. ) 

High water. (H 35197, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53458 

In grandma's daw (H 35184, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53459 

In the brook. ( H 35208, Aug. 31 , 1903. ) 

53460 



(H 35187, Aug. 31, 
53461 



In the doorway 

1903. ) 

Knocking. (H 35193, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53462 

Out for a call. ( H 35185, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53463 

Poplar lane. (H 35215, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53464 

Reedv (The) shore. (H 35188, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53465 

Resting (The) place 
1903. ) 

River bank in April. (H 35198, Aug. 31, 
1903. ) 53467 

River nook. (H 35199, Aug, 31, 1903.) 

53468 

River (The) of peace. (H 35211, Aug. 
31, 1903.) 53469 

Skirmishing. (H 35186, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53470 

Still river. (H 35203, Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53471 



(H 35212, Aug. 31. 
53466 



(H 35219, Aug. 31, 
53481 



Summer (A) mill pond. (H 35218, Aug. 
31, 1903.) 53472 

Through the birches. ( H 35210, Aug. 31, 
1903. ) 53473 

Tidal (A) river. (H 35202, Aug. 31, I - no. 2. (H 35373, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 d 
1903.) 53474 I Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53496 

60 



Nutting (Wallace), Provi- 
dence. R. I. 
Tufted (The) fens. (H 35204, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53475 

Twin elms. (H 35189, Aug. 31, 1903. 

53476 

Under the chestnut tree. (H 35220, 

Aug. 31, 1903.) 53477 

Walloomsac (The). (H 35201, Aug. 31, 

1903. ) 53478 

White (The) ladies. (H 35214, Aug. 31, 

1903.) 53479 

Willow (A) screen. (H 35216, Aug. 31, 

1903.) 53480 

Willow water wav. 

1903. ) 

Wood road in Pownal. (H 35213, Aug. 
31, 1903. ) 53482 

2 c. each Aug. 31, 1903. 

Orvis (William Henry), Madi- 
son. Wis. 

Brigade flags, Iron brigade, Civil war. 

( H 34355, Aug. 10, 1903. ) 53483 

Regimental flags, 6th Wisconsin volunteer 

infantry, Civil war. (H 34352, Aug. 

10, 1903. ) 53484 

2 c. each Aug. 31, 1903. 

Petrik (G. J.), Egan, S. Dak. 

Mid-summer festival. (H 34380, Aug. 10, 
1903; 1 c. July 16, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1903.) 53485 

Now look pleasant. (H 34381, Aug. 10, 
1903; 1 c. Julv 28, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1903.) 53486 

Prescott (Augusta), New- 
York, N. Y. 
Summer is ended. (H 34732, Aug. 10, 
1903; 2 c. July 30, 1903.) 53487 

Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 
Beck (J. ML.) no. 1. (H 35362, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53488 

no. 2. ( H 35363, Sept, 3, 19.03; 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53489 

Brassev (Lord) . ( H 35370, Sept. 3, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 53490 

Buehler (W. B. ) no. 1. (H 35117, 
Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. ) 53491 

no. 2. ( H 35118. Aug. 28, 1903: 2 c. 

Aug. 28, 1903. ) 53492 

no. 3. (H 35119, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. 

Aug. 28, 1903.) 53493 

no. 4. ( H 35120, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. 

Aug. 28, 1903. ) 53494 

Campau (D. J.) no. 1. (H 35121, Aug. 
28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 53495 



V. 37, No. 39 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



627 



Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 
lampau (D. J.) no. 3. (II 35374, Sept. 
3, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 53497 

Foulke (W.D.) no. 1. (H 35364, Sept. 

3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 53498 
no. 2. ( II 35365, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53499 
no. 3. ( H 35366, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53500 

brosscup ( P. s. ) no. 2. ( H 35372, Sept. 

3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903.) 53501 
no. 3. (H 35371, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. | 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53502 

Kewlands(F.G.) no. 2. (H 35367, Sept. 

3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 53503 
no. 3. (H 35368, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903.) 53504 
no. 4. (H 35369, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903. ) 53505 

Reichelt (Paul), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Boat landing, Como park. (H 35124, 

Aug. 28, 1903.) 53506 

Gates Ajar, Como park. (H 35122, Aug. 

28, 1903. ) 53507 

Lily pond I, Como park. (H 35123, Aug. 

28, 1903. ) 53508 

Robert street, south of Sixth. (H 35126, 

Aug. 28, 1903.) 53509 

Sixth street, east of Minnesota. (H 35127, 

Aug. 28, 1903.) G3510 

AVabasha street, south of Sixth. (H 

35125, Aug. 28, 1903.) 53511 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1903. 

Port- 



St. Louis art negative com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Chat (A). (I'l 3.5230, Aug. 31, L903.) 

53520 

Going to the field. (II 35235, Aug. 31, 

1003.) 53521 

Aug. 31, 
53522 



Happy (A) trio. (II 35233, 
1903. ) 



Now I lav me down. 
1903.) 

School times. 



(II 35234, Aug. 31, 
53523 



(H 35231. Aug. 31, 1903.) 
53524 

Sun (A) bath. (1135232, Aug. 31, 
1903.) 53525 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1903. 

Schreiber & sons, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Dan Patch. (H 35339, Sept. 2, 1903. ) 

53526 
Dan Patch (Head). (H 35338, Sept. 2, 
1903. ) 

John A. McKerron. 

1903.) 

Knox's gelatine king. 
1903.) 

Lou Dillon, no. 1. 
1903. ) 

no. 2. (H 35486, Sept. 2, 1903. ) 

53531 
2 c. each Sept. 3, 1903. 

Schuler (George), Houston, 
Tex. 
Back view of Filipino twins. (H 35359, 
Sept. 3, 1903.) 53532 



53527 

(H 35337, Sept. 2, 
53528 

(H 35336, Sept. 2, 
53529 

(H 35485, Sept. 2, 
53530 



Rideaut (William C 
land, Me. 

Stevens (Mrs. Lillian M. X.), president I Front view of Filipino twins 
national W. C. T. U. (H 35324, Sept. ! Sent 3 1903 ) 

53512 



1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 

Rinn (Henry), jr., Balti 
more, Md. 
Scenes at Betterton. no. 21. 
Spring. (H 35318, Sept. 1 



Idlewhile 
1903. ) 

53513 
(H 35319, 
53514 



Sept. 3, 1903.) 
2 c. each June 12, 1903. 



( H 35358, 
53533 



no. 22. Old log cabin. 

Sept. 1, 1903.) 

no. 23. Bathing scene. 

Sept. 1, 1903.) 

no. 24. Betterton Beach. (H 35321, 

Sept. 1, 1903.) 53516 

no. 25. The boardwalk. (H 35322, 

Sept. 1, 1903.) 53517 

no. 26. Idlewhile cottage. (H 

35323, Sept. 1, 1903.) 53518 

2 c. each Sept, 1, 1903. 

Russell (A. A.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Fencing girl. no. 3. (PI 34731, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 53519 



( H 35320, 
53515 



Single v (B. Llovd), Mead- 

ville, Pa. 

Cathedral ruins, St. Pierre, Martinique; 

torn to the foundations by eruption of 

volcano. 9204. (H 21713, Sept. 13, 

1902; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1902.) 53534 

Coal (A) mine in Wyoming vallev, Pa. 
8116. (H 28771, Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 53535 

Distant view of new East River bridge, 
New York city, l\ S. A. 422. (H 
28774, Feb. 27, 1903: 2 c. June 15, 1903. i 

53536 

Glimpse of New York city from the ^reat 
Brooklvn bridge, N. Y., U. S. A. 425). 
(H 28777, Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. .June 15, 
1903.) 53537 

Guatemala, where coffee i< king. ( '. A. 
9102. (H 21711, Sept. 13, 1002; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1902.) 53538 



61 



628 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Singley (B. Lloyd), Mead- 
ville, Pa. 
Hunter's (The) prize. 2220. (H 28769, 
Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

53539 

Principal street, Victor Hugo, St. Pierre, 

Martinique, where thousands lie buried 

in the ruins. 9202. (H 21712, Sept. 

13, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1902.) 53540 

Review of Indian troops, Horse guards 
parade by H. R. H. the Queen and 
Prince of Wales, London, England. 
1434. (H 21716, Sept. 13. 1902; 2 c. 
Sept, 19, 1902. ) 53541 

Speeding on Harlem river, N. Y. Grant's 
tomb in distance. 427. ( H 28775, Feb. 
27, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 53542 

View at West Point, Uncle Sam's famous 
military school, X. Y.. U. S. A. 8115. 
(H 28778, Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 53543 

View from Castle Gardens, New York, 
Jersev Citv in distance, N. Y., U. S. A. 
426. * (H 28773, Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 53544 

Yiew on London bridge, England. 1433. 
(H 21715, Sept. 13, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1902.) 53545 

Westminster clock and approach to West- 
minster bridge, London. England. 
1432. (H 21714, Sept. 13,' 1902; 2 c. 
Sept. 13, 1902.) 53546 

Squires (C. F.), Lawrence, 
Kans. 
Flood at Lawrence, Kansas. (H 35316, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 53547 

Ko Ko and babies. (H 35317, Sept. 1. 
1903.) 53548 

2 c. each Sept. 1 , 1903. 

Stark (George), St. Louis, Mo. 
Broadwav, looking north from Pine st. 
(H 344*88, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53549 

Broadwav. south from Locust st. (H 
34490, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53550 

Carleton building, St. Louis. ( H 34472, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53551 

•Compton Heights reservoir park. (H 

34505, Aug. 13, 1903. ) 53552 

•Court house, St. Louis. (H 34475, Aug. 

13, 1903.) 53553 

Eads bridge, St. Louis. ( H 34478, Aug. 

13, 1903.) 53554 

East side of Broadwav, north from Pine 

street. (H 34489, Aug. 13, 190 y .) 

53555 
Entrance to Washington Terrace. (H 

34500, Aug. 13, 1903. ) 53556 

Fullerton building, St. Louis. (H 34471, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53557 



Stark (George), St. Louis. Mo. 
Holland building, St. Louis. (H 34469, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53558 

Levee (The), St. Louis. (H 34494, Aug. 

13, 1903.) 53559 

Lincoln Trust and Mo. Pacific buildings, 

7th st., south from Chestnut, (H 

34477, Aug. 13, 1903. ) 53560 

Locust st., east from 8th st, (H 34491, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53561 

Locust St., west from 4th st. (H 34492, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53562 

Looking through the grotto, Benton 

park. (H 34506, Aug. 13, 1903.) 

53563 
Mo. Trust and Holland buildings, 7th 

st,, north from Pine. (H 34476, Aug. 

13,1903.) 53564 

Music (The) pavilion at Tower Grove 

park. ( H 34503, Aug. 13, 1903. ) 

53565 
National bank of commerce building, St. 

Louis. ( H 34467, Aug. 13, 1903. ) 

53566 
Olive st., looking west from Rialto build- 
ing. (H 34484, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53567 
Olive St., west from 4th st. (H 34485, 

Aug. 13, 1903. ) 53568 

Post office and Chemical building. St. 

Louis. (H 34474, Aug. 13, 1903. 

53569 
Rialto building, St, Louis. (H 34473, 

Aug. 13, 1903.) 53570 

River front at St. Louis. (H 34479, Aug. 

13,1903.) 53571 

Ruins of old Lindell hotel, Tower grove 

park. (H 34504, Aug. 13, 1903.) 

53572 
Scene at Union station. (H 344S7, Aug. 

13, 1903.) 53573 

Scene in Tower grove paik, St. Louis. 

(H 34502, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53574 

Security building, St. Louis. (H 34470, 

Aug. 13, 1903. ) 53575 

South side of Olive st., east of Broadwav 
(H 34486, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53576 

Statue of Mercury in Portland Place. 
(H 34501, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53577 

Wainwright building, St. Louis. (H 
34468, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53578 

Washington avenue, looking west from 
bridge approach. (H 34483, Aug. 13, 
1903.) 53579 



: 



Washington avenue, west from 3d s 
(H 34482, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53580 

Washington avenue, west from 4th st. 
(H 34481, Aug. 13, 1903.) 53581 

Wharf (The) at St. Louis. (H 34480, 
Aug. 13, 1903.) 53582 



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629 



stark (George), St. Louis, Mo. 
SVharf scene, St. Louis. (H 34493, Aim-. 
13, 1903.) 53583 

4th st., north from Locust st. (II 34499, 
Aug. L3, 1903.1 53584 

4th st.. north from Market st. ( H 34498, 
Aug. 13, 1903.) 53585 

4th st., north from Pine st. (II 34496. 
Aug. 13, 1903.) 53586 

4th st., north from Planters hotel (hori- 
zontal picture). (H 34497, Aug. 13. 
1903). 53587 

4th st.. north from Planters hotel (up- 
right picture). (H 34495, Aug. 13, 
1903.) 53588 

2 c. each Aug. 1, 1903. 

Strauss (J. C. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Skiff (F. J. V.) A. (H 35131, Aug. 29, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903.) 53589 

Tarbell (John H. ), Washing- 
ton, D. C, 
Peanut (A) vender of the sunny south. 
(H 35390, Sept. 4, 1903.) 53590 

Scene (A) on a Georgia truck farm. (H 
35391, Sept. 4, 1903.) 53591 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 
Tishler ( A dolph ), Savannah, 
Ga. 
Louisiana purchase souvenir from the St. 
Louis exposition, 1904. (H 35356, Aug. 
25,1903.) 53592 

Souvenir of the Louisiana purchase ex- 
position, St. Louis, Mo., 1904. H 
35357, Aug. 25, 1903.) 53593 

2 c. each Sept. 3, 1903. 



United states lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Couple in wheat field. (II 35381, Sept. 
4, 1903.) 53594 

Professor opening door. (II 35382, Sent 
4. 1903.) 53595 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 

Walter (F. A.), Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 
Shamrock III. no. 456. ( H 35243, Sept. 
1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903.) 53596 

Weasner & Wolfe, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Buffalo baseball team. (H 34715, Aug. 
17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 53597 

White city art co., Chicago, 

111. 

Clerisa. no. 222. (H 35385, Sept. 4, 

1903.) 53598 

Elsa. no. 220. (H 35383, Sept, 4, 1903. ) 

53599 
Lena. no. 221 . ( H 35384, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 

53600 
Mvra. no. 223. ( LI 35386, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 

53601 
Two graces, no. 224. (LI 35387, Sept. 
4, 1903.) ■ 53602 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 

Zion picture company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Zionist congress at Basle. (H 33871, 
Julv 16, 1903; 2 c. Julv 16, 1903.) 

53603 



Number of Photograph entries since Jan. 1, 1903 10,528 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

CJnder this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Coovright bv Louis Akin, New York, N. Y. Class I. XXc, 
no. 7982, Sept. 17, 1903; 1 photograph received Sept. i.7. 1903." 



Akin (Louis), New York, 

N. Y. 

Well hooked! poster design of two girls 

in birch canoe; girl in front is landing 

the fish. (I 7982, Sept. 17, 1903: 1 

photo. Sept. 17, 1903.) 53604 

American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Caswell club; underneath a large tree in 
the foreground a number of men, some 
seated and some standing. (I 7941, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 14, 1903. ) 

53605 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Her grace K. 12; bust portrait of a girl 
with dark eyes and hair, wearing a rich 
drapery which exposes her shoulders. 
(I 7978, Sept. 16, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 
16, 1903.) 53606 



Baer W. J.), East Orange, 
N. J. 
In Arcadia. Nude figure of woman and 
child in a glen. (I 6386, Apr. 6, 1903; 
1 photo. Mar. 27, 1903.) 53607 



7102—03- 



63 



630 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing a full length figure 

of a man in nearly full front view in 

the act of walking. (I 7952, Sept. 14, 

1903.) 53608 

illustration showing a lady seated on a 

divan in about three-quarter front view. 

(I 7946, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53609 

Illustration showing a lady sitting on the 
floor in the act of putting on her shoes. 
(I 7949, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53610 

Illustration showing a young lady stand- 
ing before a mirror putting on a veil. 
(I 7948, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53611 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a boy about seven years old, he is stand- 
ing in three-quarter front view. ( 1 
7950, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53612 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a voung ladv evidentlv on her way to 
school. (I 7947, Sept.' 14. 1903.) 

53613 

Illustration showing full length figures of 
two girls, one about ten years old, the 
other about six. (I 7944. Sept. 14, 
1903.) 53614 

Illustration showing half length figure of 
a man standing in nearlv full front 
view. (I 7953, Sept. 14, 1903. ) 53615 

Illustration showing head and shoulders 
of a man in the act of lifting his hat. 
(17951, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53616 

Illustration showing heads and shoulders 
of three girls about eight years old. 
(I 7943, Sept. 14, 1903.) 53617 

Illustration showing three-quarter length 
figure of a young lady; the figure is 
shown in nearly full front view, with 
the hand resting on the hip. (I 7942, 
Sept. 14, 1903. T 53618 

Illustration showing three-quarter length 
figure of a lady in a sitting attitude 
with head and shoulders in about 
three-quarter front view. (I 7945, 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 53619 

1 photo each Sept, 14, 1903. 

Barnett (Francis G. ), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Architectural monument of the elements, 
earth, air, fire and water; from the 
alternate sides of a six-sideil platform 
three projections, on one of which there 
is the figure of an old man holding a 
trident. (I 7957, Sept. 15, 1903.) 

53620 

Civilization enlightening the world; upon 

a column there is standing the erect 

figure of a woman clad in loose flowing 

garments. (I 7955, Sept. 15, 1903.) 

53621 



Barnett (Francis G. ), San 

Francisco. 

Fountain of strength; the figure of a 

young man, nude, standing behind and 

bending over a rock. (1 ,7958, Sept, 

15, 1903.) 53622 

Huntington (Collis P.) portrait bust. (I 
7956, "Sept. 15, 1903.) 53623 

1 photo, each Sept. 15, 1903. 

Bechler, Unger & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Stippled drawing, man's figure showing 
back view of short overcoat: young 
man, smooth faced, in pose of walking 
to the right side of picture. (I 7906, 
Aug. 19, 1903.) 53624 

Stippled drawing, man's figure showing 
underwear on his body; showing man, 
smooth face, sitting on bed drawing on 
sock on left foot. (17907, Aug. 19, 
1903.) 53625 

Stippled drawing, men's fashionable 
overcoat; young man wearing rain coat, 
full length, right foot extended. (I 
7909, Aug. 19, 1903. ) 53626 

Stippled drawing, men's fashionable 
short overcoat; young man, smooth 
face, side view of bodv, front view face, 
light from in front. "(I 7908, Aug. 19, 
1903.) 53627 

Stippled drawing showing stiff hat on 

man's head; young man smooth face, 

showing bust picture; Derbv hat dark 

color. (I 7910, Aug. 19, 1903.) 53628 

1 photo, each Aug. 19, 1903. 

Bieder(J. L. ), Chicago, 111. 

What does it mean? little girl holding a 

hoop and a little bov leading a hobbv 

horse. ( I 7962, Sept. 16, 1903; 1 photo. 

Sept. 16, 1903.) 53629 

First (The) effort; a little girl with tablet 
and pencil in her hands, standing before 
a board fence. ( I 7918, Sept. 10, 1903; 
1 photo. Sept. 10, 1903.) 53630 

Birnev (Wm. Verplanck), 
New York, N. Y. 
After the chase; oblong picture, three 
men dressed in English hunting cos- 
tume, pink coats; at right man standing 
before table. (I 7972, Sept. 16, 1903; 
1 photo. Sept. 16, 1903.) 53631 

Bissell (George Edwin), 
Mount Vernon, X. Y. 
Lincoln (model of statuette of Abraham) 
about 16 inches high, reduction from 
life-size statue in the old Calton Hill 
burving ground. Edinburgh, Scotland. 
(I 7923, Sept, 11, 1903.) *" 53632 



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63J 



Bissell (George Edwin), 

Mount Vernon. N. Y. 
Lincoln (model of A life-size bust of Abra- 
ham i reduction from the head of the 
statue in old Calton Hill burying 
ground, Edingburgh, Scotland. ( I 7924. 
Sept. 11. 1903.) 53633 

1 phot... each Sept. 11. 1003. 

Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 
France. 
Bergere 'La', tin du jour: peasant girl 
standing, leaning her left elbow on a 
staff. | 1 7862, Sept. 5, 1003. ) 53634 

Femme(La) an pavot; bust female figure, 
hair flowing over left shoulder and 
wearing a flower on left side of her 
head. no. 5333. (I 7871, Sept. 5, 
1003.) 53635 

Femme endormie: a nude female figure 
sleeping in an arm chair; the right arm 
is uplifted with the hand behind her 
head. no. 5329. (17867, Sept. 5. 
1903.) 53636 

Fillette a l'Ibis; female figure, nude to 
waist, sitting on a settee, left arm raised 
to head and right resting on hip. no. 
5325. (I 7863, Sept. 5, 1903.) 53637 

Images: f female figure sitting and hold- 
ing before her a large book; left hand 
holds the book at the top. no. 5326. 
(I 7864, Sept. 5, 1903.) 53638 

Jeune (La) fille au chien; bust figure of 
a young girl, shoulders bare, holding 
in her right arm a small black and 
white dog. no. 5327. (I 7865, Sept. 
5, 1903. ) 53639 

Madeleine repentante; J length female 
figure lying on a mat; her hands are 
crossed and she rests her head on them, 
no. 5328. (I 7866, Sept. 5, 1903.) 

53640 

Xymphe endormie; full length female 
figure, dark flowing hair, lying on her 
right side on the grass, no. 5323. (I 
7861, Sept. 5, 1903.) 53641 

Phryne; half length female figure nude 
to waist, surrounded by five male fig- 
ures, no. 5331. ( I 7869. Sept. 5, 1903. ) 

53642 

Reveil (Le) de Diane; nude female fig- 
ure sitting on a tiger skin; on her head 
is a crescent, in her right hand she 
holds a bow. (I 7868, Sept. 5, 1903.) 

53643 

Sous la Revolution; half length female 
figure wearing light dress, and white 
cap and holding her left hand up to her 
eheek. no. 5332. (I 7870, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 53644 

1 photo, each Sept. 5, 1903. 



Collier's weekly, New York. 
X. V. 
Weaken The) sex VI; pen and ink draw- 
ing by C. D. Gibson, showing young 

man in winter clothing on board walk 
at beach, i 1 7959, Sept 15. 1903.) 

53645 

Weaker (The) sex VII; pen and ink 
drawing, by C. D. Gibson, showing 
elderly woman and charming young 
woman plaving bridge. (I 7960, Sept. 
15, 1903. i ' 53646 

2 c. each Sept. 15, 1903. 

Craig (Thos. B.), Ruther- 
ford, X. J. 
Corner i A) of the barn; oblong painting 
of three sheep in corner of a barn. (I 
7971, Sept. 16, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 16, 
1903. ) 53647 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
X. Y. 

Confidences; two young women in Orien- 
tal costume on couch, one in foreground 
sitting up, and the other reclining and 
smoking a cigarette. (I 7984, Sept, 18, 
1903. ) 53648 

Contentment; old gentleman holding large 
stein, is seated on bench, left hand 
resting on his vest. (I 7983, Sept. 18, 
1903.)" 53649 

On Grand canal, Venice: scene on Grand 
canal, showing custom house in back- 
ground. (I 7985, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 53650 
1 photo each Sept. 18, 1903. 

Curran (Chas. C), Xew 
York, N. Y. 
Great expectations; three little children 
fishing from boat. (I 7975, Sept. 16, 
1903; 1 photo. Sept. 16, 1903.) 53651 

Dejonge (Louis) & co., New 

' York, N. Y. 

Christmas greetings, holly and pine cones; 

a number of pine cones with stems and 

needles interspersed with hollv twigs. 

(I 7936, Sept. 12, 1903.) ' 53652 

Eastertide hyacinths; a group with stems 
and leaves. (I 7930, Sept. 12,1903.) 

53653 

Midsummer moss roses: a number with 
stems and leaves. (I 7932, Sept. 12, 
1903.) 53654 

Orchids and maidenhair ferns; a number 
intermingled with ferns. ( I 7933. Sept. 
12. 1903.) 53655 

Roses and ferns: a number of roses mixed 
with ferns. 1 1 7934, Sept. 12, 1903. ) 

53656 
Springtide tulips: a group with stems 
and leaves. (1 7931", Sept. 12, 1903. ) 

53657 



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632 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Dejonge (Louis) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Sweet violets; violets grouped indiscrim- 
inately so that their stems cross each 
other. (I 7935, Sept. 12, 1903.) 53658 

Violets and ferns; violets interspersed 
with ferns. (I 7937, Sept, 12, 1903.) 

53659 
1 photo, each Sept. 12, 1903. 

Eaton ( Chas. Warren ) , 

New York, N. Y. 

Bruges (The) canal; square oil painting 

of a canal; left bank of canal is bordered 

by tall trees. (I 7977, Sept. 16, 1903; 

1 photo. Sept, 16, 1903.) 53660 

Emerson (Chase), Boston, 
Mass. 
Off (An) day; fisherman in yellow oil- 
skin suit, smoking a pipe, seated on 
keg near open doorwav mending fish 
net. (I 7998, Sept, 18," 1903; 1 photo. 
Sept. 18, 1903. ) 53661 

Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 
New York, N. Y. 
At the fountain of Diana; side front of 
the temple of Diana, with relief sculp- 
tures and the statue of the goddess in 
a niche. (I 7912, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

53662 

Madonna; an open shrine; in the center 

is the Madonna and child on a throne. 

(I 7913, Sept. 10, 1903.) 53663 

Pa vane (La); a French music-room in 
the style of Louis XVI; the room is 
divided into two parts bv a balustrade. 
(I 7916, Sept, 10, 1903.)* 53664 

Spring festival; antique Greek festival, 
before the temple of Ceres, and in the 
holv woods around the temple. (I 
7914, Sept, 10, 1903.) 53665 

Welcome visitors; two ladies in Rococco- 
costume, visiting a cardinal. (I 7917, 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 53666 

Wooing; a nobleman, brunette, in ele- 
gant and rich red custume, style Louis 
XV, declares his love to a lady, blonde. 
(I 7915, Sept. 10, 1903; 1 photo, each 

• Sept. 10, 1903. 53667 

Harvev (Eli), New Yoxk, 

N. Y. 

Bull; this plastic model stands erect on 

all four feet, neck bowed, chin drawn 

back. (I 7996, Sept. 18, 1903; 1 photo. 

Sept. 18, 1903.) 53638 

Hawthorne (C. W\), New- 
York, N. Y. 
W r aiting; upright panel painting of young 
woman in pink and white flowered 
lawn dress, seated in dark green chair. 
(I 7981, Sept. 17, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 
17,1903.) 53669 



Heuer (G.) & Kirmse, Halen- 
see-Berlin, Germany. 
Chrysanthemum ; young girl in a partially 
reclining position, with her right arm 
thrown across her head. (I 7961 , Sept. 
16, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 16,1903.) 

53670 

Hoffmann & Prochazka, New 

York, N. Y. 

Blois mausoleum; hexagon in shape, it 

rises on a fine cut base, with steps and 

two urns in front, (I 7963, Sept. 16, 

1903; 1 photo. Sept. 16, 1903.) 53671 






Huffer (John M.), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Historical souvenir Louisiana purchase 
exposition, 1904. Circular in form; 
showing sea and sky with clouds as a | 
background, with pictures of Jefferson, 
Livingston, and Napoleon, etc. (I 7921, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 1 photo. Aug. 31, 1903.) 

53672 

Hunt (Esther), Ridgewood, 

N. J. 

Golden lillies. Painting of a Chinese 

girl standing looking at spectators, with 

a round fan in one hand. (1 7919, 

Sept. 10, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 10, 1903.) 

53673 

Kite (The); painting of a Chinese boy 

holding a kite in one hand and a bail 

of string in the other hand. (I 7928, 

Sept. 11, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 11, 1903.) 

53674 

Little Gw'in; painting of a Chinese boy 

holding a lantern in one hand. (I 

7939, Sept. 12, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 12, 

1903.) 53675 

Little Poma; Poma Indian papoose in a 
papoose basket, seen in three-quarter 
view. (I 7911, Aug. 19, 1903; 1 photo. 
Aug. 19, 1903. ) 53676 

Ready for a walk; painting of a Chinese 
boy with a closed parasol. (I 7940, 



Sept. 12, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

53677 

Kitson (Theo. A. Ruggles), 
Boston, Mass. 
This design is for an heroic sized statue 
in memory of Mary A. Bickerdyke, 
the figure to be about 7 ft., and the base 
in proportion with these. (I 7920, 
Sept. 10, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1903 

5367 

Mandeville & King co., Roch 

ester, N. Y. 

Jap. morning glories; a trailing plant i 

blossom, resembling a morning glorv. 

(I 7938. Sept. 12, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 

12, 1903.) 53679 



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Matthews (J. X. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Bummer smiles; two female figures, one 
with a wreath of flowers, the other 
with basket of fruit. (I 7954, Sept. 14, 
L903; 1 photo. Sept. 14. 1903.) 53600 

Norton (John AY.), Chicago, 
111. 

Passing (The") of time: painting in alle- 
gorical style: woman with long hair, 
dark robe and flowing capes, riding a 
white horse. (17980, Sept. 17,1903: 
1 photo. Sept. 17, 1903.) 53681 

Palmer | Erastus Dow). Al- 
bany, X. Y. 

Supplication; draped, standing, female 
figure, arms folded, feet bare, head and 
e^es turned upwards. (I 7872, Sept. 5, 
1903; 1 photo. Sept. 5, 1903.) 53682 

Penfold (Charles C), Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Napoleon and Jefferson fleur de lis. An 
eagle arranged on a circular tablet in 
the form of a fleur de lis and bearing 
on its breast the portraits of Jefferson 
and Bonaparte. (I 7927, Sept. 11, 1903; 
1 photo. Sept. 11, 1903.) 53683 

Perry ( Roland Hinton ) . New 
York, X. Y. 
Fight of Richard III and Richmond. 
Panel represents encounter of King 
Richard III of England and the Duke 
of Richmond at the battle of Bosworth 
Field. (I 7925, Sept. 11, 1903; 1 photo. 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 53684 

Macbeth and the witches. This panel 
represents Macbeth and Banquo meet- 
ing the three witches. (1 7926, Sept. 
11, 1903: 1 photo. Sept. 11. 1903.) 

53685 

Midsummer's (A) night's dream; panel 

represents love scene between Titania 

and Bottom as told in Shakspeare's 

plav. (I 7964, Sept. 16, 1903; 1 photo. 

Sept. 16, 1903.) 53686 

Potthast (E.), New Y^ork, 

N. Y. 

Fall plowing; oblong painting of man in 

field plowing. (1 7974, Sept. 16. 1903; 

1 photo. Sept. 16, 1903. ) 53687 



Roseland (Harry), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Love (The) drop; three stylishly gowned 

young girls in the cabin of a negro 
mammy, having their fortunes told. I 1 
7976, Sept. 16, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. Hi, 
1903.) 53688 

Reading the future; young woman in light- 
striped gown, flower- trimmed bat, 
seated in negro mammy's cabin. (I 
7997. Sept. IS. 1903; 1 photo. Sept. IS, 
1903.) 53689 

St. John (J. A.), Chicago, 111. 

Interrupted (The) toilet; oil painting of 

little child dressing terrier dog in long 

red cape. (I 7973. Sept. 16, 1903; 1 

photo. Sept. 16, 1903.) 53690 

Spielvoeel ( Emil) , New York, 

N. Y. 

Zelande (La) pittoresque. no. 1. Three 

women and one child, to the right a 

windmill in background. ( I 7900. Sept. 

9, 1903.) 53691 

no. 2. Two women and one child 

standing and waiting for the river ferry- 
boat. (I 7901, Sept. 9, 1903.) 53692 

no. 3. Two women sitting, taking; 

lunch. (I 7902, Sept. 9, 1903.) 53893 

no. 4. Two women carrying milk 

pails and standing near a farm gate. 
(I 7903, Sept. 9, 1903.) 53694 

no. 5. One woman walking along- 
side a river, carrying: a basket, (I 7904, 
Sept. 9, 1903.) * 53695 

no. 6. Three women to the right, 

the picture showing the street of a small 

Dutch village. (I 7905, Sept. 9, 1903.) 

1 photo, each Sept. 9, 1903. 53696 

Tschudi (Rudolf), Cincinnati. 
Ohio. 
Cincinnati in 1S00. On the entire pic- 
ture are 57 visible houses, and in addi- 
tion to above-mentioned houses is Fort 
Washington to the right. (I 7922, Sept. 
11, 19031 1 photo. Sept. 11, 1903.) 

53697 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 2,560 



67 



NDEX TO No. 639 



This index contains 
also of the authors of Boots proper 
and the titles of anonymous Books 



in one alphabet, in addition to the names of copyright proprietors 
Jooks proper and Dramatic compositions; the titles of Dramatic co 



che names 
compositions; 



Acme drawing course. 52121. 

Acme school of drawing. Drawing 

course. 52121. 
Adler (G. J.) Ger. & Eng. diet. 52123. 
Advisory rates. 52125. 
Agawa(V.) Plants. 52132. 
Ainsworth & co. Burns (J. J.) Selec- 
tions from Eng. prose. 52188. 
Akin (L.) Fine arts: 53604. 
Alcott (J. S. P.) Alcott (L. M.) Eight 

cousins. 52133. 
Alger (H.) 

Chester Eand. 52134. 
Paul. 52135. 
Phil. 52136. 
Altemus (H. ) 

Brine ( M. D. N. ) How a dear little 

couple went abroad. 52176. 
Paine ( A. B. ) Wanderings of Joe 
and little Em. 52459. 
Amer. bk. co. 

Babcock (K. C. ) Hist, of Gal. 

52145. 
Geog. of Arizona. 52295. 
Amer. horse breeder pub. co. Photo- 
graphs: 53386. 
Amer. litho. co. Fine arts: 53605. 
Amer. lumberman. 52673. 
Amer. med. ass'n. Principles of med. 

ethics. 52478. 
Amer. r. w. guide co. Travelers' r. w. 

guide. 52949. 
Amer. short-horn herd bk. 52139. 
Amer. short-horn breeder's assn. Amer. 

short-horn herd bk. 52139. 
Amer. society of civil engineers. 52674. 
Amer. sports pub. co. Camp (W. C. ) 

How to play football. 52197. 
Amer. state repts. 52140. 
Amer. Sunday school union. Sunday 

school world. 52942. 
Amer. telephone journal co. Amer. tel. 

jour. 52675. 
Amer. thresherman. 52677. 
Amer. tract soc. 

Cuyler (T. L. ) Campaigning for 

Christ. 52238. 
Johnson (A. ) Entering into his own. 

52352. 
Miller (R. J.) Rod that budded. 
52424. 
Anders (J. M.) Text-bk. 52141. 



Anthony bros. Musical comp. : 52982. 
Appleton (D.) & co. 

Adler (G. J.) Ger. & Eng. diet. 

52123. 
Huart (C. I.) Hist, of Arabic lit. 
52340. 
Are you sick? 52142. 
Arke Rett games. 52143. 
Arlington chem. co. Law. 52367. 
Armstrong (P.) Heir to the hoorah. 

52640. 
Ascherberg ( E. ) & co. Musical comp. : 

52984. 
Augusta. 52633. 
Azza mfg. co. iVzza. 52144. 
Babcock (K. C.) Hist, of Cal. 52145. 
Bachelor bigotries. See Bates (L. B. ) 

52154. 
Baer ( W. J. ) Fine arts: 53607. 
Bailey (A. K.) Man. of parliamentary 

law. 52146. 
Baird (E. K.) Statesman. 52923. 
Ballenger & Richards. 22nd ami. Lead- 

ville city direct. 52147. 
Ballinger& Perot, Specifications. 52552. 
Bancroft-Whitney co. 

Amer. state repts. 52140. 
Cal. Legislature. Civil code. 52195. 
Banks & co. Cumming ( R. C. ) Laws of 

N. Y. state. 52235. 
Membership religious corps, of N. Y. 

52236. 
Barker (A.) Physical culture. 52150. 
Barlow (B. 0.) 

Primary chart. 52151. 
Primer. 52152. 
Barnes-Crosby co. Fine arts: 53608. 
Barnett (F. G.) Fine arts: 53620. 
Barrie (G. ) & son. Engravings, etc.: 

53287. 
Barton (J. ) On the road to Bath. 52643. 
Bates ( A. ) Drama. 52153. 
Bates ( L. B. ) Bachelor bigotries. 52154. 
Bayne (J. T. ) Hadley ballads. 52155. 
Beach (F. C.) Encycl. Amer. 52275. 
Bechler, Unger & co. Fine arts: 53624. 
Belder (J. L. ) Fine arts: 53629. 
Bekler (J. V. Z.) Red rose of St. John. 

52649. 
Benjamin (F. C.) Paint pointers. 52158. 
Benjamin (W. A.) Colonial male quar- 
tette. 52636. 






IT 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Bennett (H.) Advisory rates. 52125. 
Benson (P.) Musical comp. : 52985. 
Berg (J. W. ) Rainer ( J. ) Noble priest. 

52485. 
Berge music co. Musical comp. : 52986. 
Bigelow {Mrs. P. ) Middle course. 52163. 
Bilder (J. L.) Fine arts: 53630. 
Biles (J. W.) co. Biles semi-mo. pocket 

ed. whiskey price list. 52681. 
Birnev (W. V. ) Fine arts: 53631. 
Bishop ( M. F. ) Red rose of St. John. 

52649. 
Bissell (G. E.) Fine arts: 53632. 
Bixby (W. K.) Burr (A.) Private 

jour. 52189. 
Blackstone (H.) Best Amer. orations. 

52165. 
Blakiston's (P.) son & co. Dercum 
(F. X.) Rest. 52246. 
Potter (S. O. L. ) Compend of human 

anat. 52476. 
Schamberg (J. F.) Compend of 
diseases. 52520. 
Bloom (S.) Musical comp.: 52988. 
Bobbett & Kegrize. Musical comp. : 

52989. 
Book agents of the M. E. Church south. 
Fitzgerald (0. P.) Fifty years. 52280. 
Boosey & co. 

Songs. 52547. 
For Musical comp. see 52991. 
Bordeaux (D. J.) Photographs: 53390. 
Bowies ( J. B. ) Record-herald's answers. 

52488. 
Bowman (I.) Story of Lewis Carroll. 

52168. 
Bovce ( W. D. ) co. 

' Abbot (W. J.) Wasted ballot. 
52120. 
Caseon (H. X.) Man who says. 

52203. 
Duncan (J.) savs: Labor dav. 52266. 
George ( H . ) , jr. How & why. 52296. 
Nichols (T.) Victory. 52448. 
Simons (A. M. ) Labor dav message. 
52510. 
Bradstreet co. Bradstreet's. 52169. 
Bradstreet's. 52J69. 
Brattleboro direct. 52171. 
Braun, Clement &cie. Fine arts: 53634. 
Breed (D. R.) Hist. & use of hymns. 

52174. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. Musical comp. : 

52999. 
Briggs (G. A.) All on account of his 

wife. 52175. 
Brine (M. D. X.) How a dear little 

couple. 52176. 
Briscoe (M. S. ) See Hopkins (M. S B.) 
Brobst (F.J.) Horse-races. 52177. 
Brobst (S. V.) Brobst (F. J.) Horse- 
races. 52177. 
Bronson(T. B.) Colloquial Ger. 52178. 
Brooklyn daily eagle. 52692. 
Broun-Green co. Parker (John S.) 
Where & how. 52462. 



Brown (G.) How to heat. 52179. 

Brown (H. H.) Man's greatest dis- 
covery. 52180. 

Brown *(J. H.) Lamb's biog. diet, of 
U. S. 52181. 

Bubier pub. co. Bubier's popular elec- 
trician. 52706. 

Buffalo-tragedy. 52634. 

Bufford (C. M.) Contract & statutory 
i liens. 52184. 

Bulletin co. Evening bulletin. 52722. 

Burdick (A. M. ) Stolen bride. 52186. 

Burgess (G.) More goops. 52187. 

Burns (J.J.) Selections. 52188. 

Burr (A.) Private journal. 52189. 

Burt (A.L.)'co. Garibaldi (G.) Life 
of Gen. Garibaldi. 52292. 

Burton ( J. E.) Abraham Lincoln. 52190. 
I Busch (W.) Commandant of La-Tour. 
52637. 

Butte & Glen Cos. tel. direct. 52191. 

Cady (W. A.) 13 think. 52193. 

California. Legislature. Civil code. 
52195. 

California promotion com. San Fran- 
cisco. 52196. 

Californian. 52635. 

Callaghan & co. Shipp (E. R.) Selec- 
tion of cases. 52535. 

Camp (J. S.) Musical comp.: 53000. 

Camp (W. C. ) How to plav football. 
52197. 

Campbell (A. S. ) art co. Photographs: 
53392. 

Carisch & Jiinichen. Musical comp. : 
53001. 

Carr (W. B. ) Complete hemerological 
cal. 52201. 

Carter (L.J.) Flaming arrow. 52202. 

Cary & co. Musical comp. : 53002. 

Catalogue. 52205. 

Caverhill (M. ) Musical comp. : 53003. 

Change of heart. See Hopkins (M. S. B. ) 
52330. 

Chappell & co. Musical comp. : 53004. 

Charters (D.) Daniel's vision. 52239. 

Chase (A.) Little plant people. 52207. 

Chautauqua press. Chautauquan. 52707. 

Chenev (M. B. ) Life & letters of Horace 
Bushnell. 52208. 

Chester (J. & W.) Musical comp.: 
53007. 

Chicago corres. school of nursing. 
Lesson series. 52213. 
Special course. 52551. 

Chicago daily news co. Chicago daily 
news. 52708. 

Chicago tel. supply co. Briggs (G. A,) 
All on account of his wife. 52175. 

Church (A. ) Nervous & mental disease*. 
52214. 

Cigrand (B. J.) Prosthetic dentistry. 
52215. 

Circular. 52219. 

Clark ( A. H. ) co. Portage paths. 52341. 

Clark-Hutchinson co. 52221. 



INDEX TO No. 639 



111 



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Fine arts: 53645. 
Bride. 



Coal dealers' blue bk. 52222. 
fcates (H. T. ) & co. Alger (H.) 

Chester Rand. 52134. 
Cobb i B. F. Jack Henderson. 52223. 
Coffee (W. O. New svstem. 52224. 
Out (J. J.) Photographs: 53395. 

College entrance exam. bd. Questions. 

."•.2225 . 
Collier's weekly. 
Colonial ad. eo. 

Street (J. L. N > Bride. 5255;. 

Foot of Salome. 52558. 

Colonial male quartette. 52636. 
Colored co-operative pub. co. Colored 

Amer. mas:. 52720. 
Columbian hardware co. For the home. 

522^2. 
Commandant of La-Tour. 52637. 
Commercial savings ass'n. Short talks. 

52536. 
Commercial savings bank co. Spenders. 
52554. 

Speculation. 52553. 
Youth. 52624. 
Commonwealth pub. co. Vanity fair. 

52951 . 
Compendium of off. life ins. repts. 

52226. 
Comstock (W. T.) Architects & build- 
ers' mag. 52678. 
Conigiskv ( L. ) Home optical instructor. 

52227. 
Correct dress. 5222S. 
Cottrell (H. D.) In South Car'linev. 

52641. 
Count Ole. 52638. 

Courier co. Chromos and lithos. : 53331. 
Cowling (J.) On chemicals. 52229. 
Cox (J. E.i Bang Sammy. 52230. 
Craig (T. B. ) Fine arts: 53647. 
Crane (C. F. ) Lafayette Turkish & 

sian baths. 52363. 
Crane (J. AY.) Fine arts. 53648. 
Cremer (J. H.) & Bicknell (G. 
Chem. & metallurgical hand 
52231. 
Critcher ( E. P. I Trade list. 52232. 
Cromwell (J. H.) System. 52233. 
Crook (I.) Jonathan Edwards. 52234. 
Gumming (R. C. ) 

Laws of X. Y. 52235. 
Membership & religious corporations 
of X. Y. 52236. 
Cure of chronic disease. 52237. 
Curran (C. C.) Fine arts: 53651. 
Curtis & Cameron. Photographs 
Curtis pub. co. 

Lewis (A. H.) Boss. 52373. 
Spearman ( F. H. ) Daughter of 
magnate. 
Cuvler (T. L.) 

52238. 
Daily story pub. 
Bishop (J. 
52164. 



Rus- 



A.) 
bk. 



53396. 



52550. 
Campaigning for Christ. 



Daily story pub. co.— Continued. 

Canfield I 11. s. ) More precious. 

52198. 
Devine (H.) Gracia's choice. 

•V*247. 
Dix (D. ) Missionary of love. 52260 
Furbush (M.) Frederick Van Slas- 

son's shock. 522S9. 
Gilmore ( N. C. ) Reparation. 52298. 
Hines (W. W.) What black Mike 

saw. 52:52:5. 
Iugraham (P. ) Dr. Rauelaiih's crime. 

52347. 
Jones (D. ) His high ideals. 52355. 
Montfort (T. P.) At Lone Elm 

ranch. 52428. 
Musson (B.) Expedient of Ernest. 

52438. 
Shedd (G.) Shattered idol. 52534. 
Richmond (C.) Supreme moment. 

52502. 
Walworth (J. H. ) Mystery & solu- 
tion. 52599. 
Dancer and the king. 52639. 
Daniels (G.H. ) Four-track series. 52285. 
Daring ( Hope) ; pseud. See Johnson A. | 
Darrow ( C. S. ) 



p]ndand'srich. 



!7t>. 



CO. 



T.) Jack's friend. 



Wherethe British earningsgo. 52603. 
Date bk. of live stock. See Hale (P. H. ) 

52314. 
Davidson (J. R. ) Bangs ( J. K. ) Genial 

idiot. 52148. 
Dawlev (J. S.) Dancer and the kino:. 

52639. 
Dawson (J. W.) Photographs: 53401. 
Dean (T. H.) Widow in the South. 

52240. 
Dejonge (L. ) & co. Fine arts: 53652. 
Delano (C. H.) & son. Wooden and 

willow-ware trade review. 52958. 
Dennis (A. W. ) What to see in Salem. 

52241. 
Denslow (W. W.) 

A B C bk. 52242. 
Little Bed Ridng Hood. 52244. 
One ring circus. 52243. 
Three bears. 52245. 
Dercum (F. X.J Rest. 52246. 
Derry-Collard co. Rouillion (L.) Draft- 
ing of cams. 52511. 
Dial & Lee music co. Musical comp. : 

53008. 
Dick & Fitzgerald. 

Princess Kiku. 5264/. 
Social aspirations. 52652. 
Dillingham (G. W.) co. Molineux 
(R. B.) Yice Admiral of the blue. 
52427 
Dillon ( W. A. ) Buffalo tragedy. 52634. 
Directory of the city of Rome. 52252. 
Directorv of the village of Riverside. 

52253/ 
Ditson (O.) co. Musical comp.: 53009. 
| Dobbins (A.) Musical comp. : 53027. 



IV 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



& Schwartz. Fine art?: 



Photographs: 
C. ) Lane 



53403. 
genealogies. 



Dodd (A. B. B.) In the palaces of the I Fishel, Adlei 

sultan. 52263. 53662. 

Dodd, Mead & co. j Fishier (A. ) 

Dodd (A. B. B.) In the palaces of Fitts (Marv 

the sultan. 52263. 52366. 

McCutcheon (G. 8.) Sherrods. Fitzgerald (O. 
52401. Fletcher (M.) 

Dodge pun. co. Chromos and lithos. : 

53332. 
Doubleday, Page & co. Foreman (J. M. ) ' { 

Monsigny. 52283. 
Dowling (F. E. ) Musical conip. : 53028. i 
Downes (M.S. M. B. ) Ger. wit. 52264. 
Dunbar (M. E. ) Suppl'y notes. 52265. 
Dunn (T. ) Sick, accident & death 

benefits. 52538. 
Dutton(E. P.) co. Bowman (I.) Story | 

of Lewis Carroll. 52168. 
Eaton (C. W. ) Fine arts. 53660. 
Eaton & Mains. Young (E. R.) How 

the wolverine's legs were shortened. 

52622. 
Edson (J. M.) 

Greater works. 52307. 
Supreme mission. 52561. 
Educational leaflet. 52269. 
Elder (D. P.) Nature. 52270. 
Elder ( P. ) & co. Bates ( L. B. ) Bache- 
lor bigotries. 52154. 
Ellis (E. S.) 

Jungle fugitives. 52271. 
Old Ironsides. 52272. 
Elverson (J.) Golden days. 52769. 
Elwood (J. W.) Lessons. 52274. 
Eltzholtz (C. F.) Li vsbilleder af pastor. 

O. F. Petersen. 52273. 
Emerson (C.) Fine arts. 53661. 
Encyclopedia americana. 52275. 
English. 52277. 

Engstrom (D. Ag.) Handy facts. 52318. 
Enoch & cie. Musical comp. : 53029. 
Enoch & sons. Musical comp. : 53034. 
Entering into his own. See Johnson (A. ) 

52352. 
Evans (W. A.) Musical comp.: 53036. 
Evening hours pub. co. Evening hours. 

52734^ 
Fair Haven food co. Something crisp. 

52546. 
Fairbanks co. Cat. 52206. 
Fairchild (H. L. ) Kemp (F. A. van der). 

Autobiography. 52359. 
Farlev (M. E.) Musical comp.: 53037. 
Fay (G. ) Useful pointers. 52591. 
Federal bk. co. of Boston. Brown (J. H. ) 

Lamb's biog. diet, of U. S. 52181. 
Fenner (B. ) Fenner's 20th cent, formu- 
lary. 52278. 
Fillmore bros. co. Musical comp. : 53039. 
Findlater ( M. ) Rose of joy. 52279. 
First M. E. Church. Direct, of village 

of Riverside. 52253. 
Fischer (C. ) Musical comp. : 53050. 
Fischer (J.) & bro. Musical comp.: 

53122. 



P. ) 50 years. 52280. 
Musical comp. : 53144. 

Floyd (S.) Limerick (V.) Tale of the 
busy-body. 52383. 

Tale of the heartbreaker. 52384. 

For the home. 52282. 

Foreign storv svndicate co. 

Alieres (P.) Miss Papa. 52137. 

His son's return. 52324. 

Pandora. 52461. 

Slow revenge. 52541. 

Taber (S. H.) Claudine's lover. 

52563. 
White bark. 52564. 

Forman (J. M.) Monsignv. 52283. 

Foster (C. R.) Sword of liberty. 52653. 

Foster (W. B.) In Alaskan waters. 
52284. 

Four-track series. 52285. 

Fowler (E. T.) Place & power. 52286. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter. Musical comp. : 
53145. 

Francis Adrian van der Kemp. See 
Kemp (F. A. van der). 

Friends' bk. assn. Hillborn (I. Eh) 
Views & testimonies. 52321. 

Frizell (J. P.) Water power. 52288. 

Frost (W.H.) Maturity table. 52414. 

Funk & Young. Roach ( F. E. ) Porce- 
lain inlavs. 52505. 

Gain & loss. 52290. 

Garibaldi (G.) Life. 52292. 

Garvice(C) Verdict of the heart. 52293. 

Geography of Arizona. 52295. 

German press & plate co. Offener schrei- 
bebrief. 52451. 

German wit. See Downes (M. S. M. B.) 
52264. 

Gibson ( J. AV. ) co. Haberdasher. 52772. 

Gibson (W.H.) Blossom hosts. 52297. 

Giessel (C. ) jr. Musical comp. : 53152. 

Ginn & co. Millikan (R. A.) Mechan- 
ics. 52425. 

Globe newspaper co. 

Boston daily eagle. 52683. 
Boston sun-globe. 52689. 

Goe (D. E. ) Transaction of business. 
How to win fortune, by Andrew Car- 
negie. 52299. 

Goldsmith (O.) Select poems. 52300. 

Gordon (G. A.) Ultimate conceptions 
of faith. 52301. 

Gould & co. Musical comp. : 53153. 

Grapewin (C. E. ) Mr. Pipp. 52642. 

Gravel ( L. P. ) 100 short sermons. 52303. 

Graves (K. E. ) Graves (E.) Kaw val- 
ley deluge. 52305. 

Grav litho. co. Chromos and lithos. : 
53363. 

Greenlev (C. R. ) On Haskins Ridge. 
52308.' 






INDEX TO NO. 639 



Griffith (H.S.) Social aspirations. 52652. 
Grigsby (S. K. ) Musical com]).: 53154. 
Grimm (J. L. K. ) Kinder- und haus- 

marchen. 52309. 
Gueth (O.) Gueth (0.) 12 plates. 

52311. 
Giinzl (A.) Musical comp. : 53155. 
( i uyor ( H . W . ) Photographs : 53405. 
pwynn (S. L. ) John Maxwell's mar- 
riage. 52313. 
Haberdasher co. Correct dress. 52228. 
Hale (P. H.) Date bk. of live stock. 

52314. 
Hale pub. co. Hale (P. H.) Date bk. 

of live stock. 52314. 
Hall ( G. P. ) & son. Photographs: 53406. 
Halsey (H. P.) On their track. 52315. 
Halsev bros. co. Cure of chronic disease. 

52237. 
Hamill(H. M.) Bible. 52316. 
Hamlin (B. B.), jr. Lothrop (F. M.) 

Celebrities. 52395. 
Hammond (C. S. ) & co. 
New Jersey. 52664. 
St. Louis. 52666. 
Washington. 52669. 
Hammond (J.) Lyric offering. 52317. 
Handy facts on gearing. 52318. 
Hannah (A.) 7 ages of man. 52532. 
Hanson (C. L.) Macaulay (T. B.) 

Life of Samuel Johnson. 52398. 
Harper & bros. Hopkins (M. S. B.) 

Change of heart. 52330. 
Harrington (K. P.) Musical comp.: 

53156. 
Harris ( C 

52291. 
Hart (E.) Seger (H. A.) Collected 

writings. 52527. 
Harvey (E.) Fine arts: 53668. 
Hasev (W. B. ) Musical comp. : 53157. 
Haslett (H. H.) & Denison (G. A.) 

Calif ornian. 52635. 
Hawthorne (C. W.) Fine arts: 53669. 
Hearst (W. R.) 

Abbott (V.) Matrimonal mistakes. 

52118. 
Allen (G.) 

52138. 

Bierce (A.] 

52159. 

Mr. Pollard's problem. 52160. 

Screed of future historian. 

52161. 

Unauthenticated dialogues. 

52162. 
Bed on which Napoleon died. 52156. 
Caissarato tells every woman. 52194. 



A.) Game of orthoepy. 



Fra Benedetto's medal. 
Certain fool epigrams. 



Castellane 
customs. 

Dix (D.) 
52254. 

Cinch 



( Marquis 

52204. 

Can 



de). Amer. 
women develop. 



52255. 

If love is madness. 52256. 
Jollies that we know. 52257 
Man. 52259. 



Hearst ( w. R. )— Continued. 

Dix (1). ) Perfect wife. 52261. 

Valuable tips. 52262. 

( rreat discovery. 52306. 

Guerrero. 52310. 

How beauty should make ready. 

52332. 
How sciences. 52333. 
How to play. 52336. 
Hunt (M. * H.) Amer. Women. 

52342. 
Logan (Mrs. J. A.) Are republics 

ungrateful? 52385. 

Crusade. 52386. 

Duties. 52387. 

Inside historv. 52388. 

Mothers. 52389. 

Plea. 52390. 

Warning. 52391. 

Melba. 52417. 

New beauties. 52442. 

Patti. 52463. 

Pompeii. 52473. 

Pope Pius X. 52474. 

Queen Carmen Sylva tells. 52480. 

Richmond (H.) Pauper John. 

52503. 
Romance. 52509. 
Sangster (M. E.) Love of land. 

52516. 
Savage (Mrs. R. H. ) Growing social 

rot, 52517. 

How the noted wife. 52518. 

Modern social rot. 52519. 

Serviss (G. P. ) Another wonder. 

52528. 

Life of the ant. 52529. 

Mystery of moonlight, 52530. 

Telescopic party. 52531. 

Summer girls. 52559. 

Turk's reign. 52586. 

Two Bobbys. 52587. 

Van Etteri. (Baroness M.) Arrest. 

52592. 

Foreign marriage. 52593. 

How secret service. 52594. 

Two recent sad cases. 52595. 

Why I gave up. 52604. 

Wilcox (E. W.) Common sense. 

52605. 

Immortality. 52606. 

Intolerance. 52607. 

Justice. 52608. 

Leave faith. 52609. 

Neglected. 52610. 

Omnipotence. 52611. 

Talk about suffering. 52612. 

Wishing. 52613. 

Zangwill (I. ) S. Cohn & son. 52625. 
See also Engravings, etc. 53299. 
Heinemann (W.) Williams (M. ) Late 

returning. 52616. 
Heirs to the hoorah. 52640. 
Henry (G. J.), jr. Tangential water 
wheel efficiencies. 52319. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Herrmann (0.) Homer's Battle of the 

frogs and mice. 52328. 
Herron (G. D. ) From revolution to rev- 
olution. 52320. 
Hersey(G.W.) See Photographs: 53407. 
Heuer (G. ) & Kirmse. See Fine arts: 

53670. 
Heugel & cie. Musical eomp. : 53158. 
Hillborn (I. H.) Views & testimonials. 

52321 . 
HilligfO.) Souvenir. 52322. 
Hills (W. H.) Writer. 52981. 
Hinds & Noble. 

Blackstone (H.) Best Amer. ora- 
tions. 52165. 
Seeley (L. ) New school manage- 
ment. 52526. 
Hirt (C. J.) Engravings, etc.: 53314. 
Hodge ( YV. H.) Intuitive perception. 

52325. 
Hodgman (F. ) Manual of land survey- 
ing. 52326. 
Hoffmann & Prochazka. See Fine arts: 

53671. 
Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson. Holbrook, 

Merrill & Stetson. Catalogue. 52327. 
Holcombe(F. E. ) Photographs: 53408. 
Holt (Henry) & co. 

Bronson (T. B.) Colloquial Ger. 

52178. 
Kellogg (V. L.) 1st lessons in zool. 
52357. 
Home science pub. co. Home science 

mag. 52773. 
Homer's battle of the frogs & mice. 

52328. 
Hooper ("W. P.) How Sunny Jim. 

52335. 
Hoover ( J. ) & son. Chromos and lithos. : 

53367. 
Hopkins (J. W.) Elem. of arith. 

52329. 
Hopkins (M. S. B. ) Change of heart. 

52330. 
Horton(W. F. ) Story. 52331. 
Housekeeper corporation. Housekeeper. 

52774. 
How Sunny Jim. 52335. 
How to reach Portsmouth. 52337. 
Howe (J. H. ) Howie's graded loans. 

52338. 
Howley, Haviland & Dresser. Musical 

eomp. : 53159. 
Hoxie (C. de F.) How the people rule. 

52339. 
Huart (C. I.) Hist, of Arabic lit. 

52340. 
Huffer (J. M.) Fine arts: 53672. 
Hulbert (A. B.) Portage paths. 52341. 
Hunt (E. ) Fine arts: 53673. 
Hunt (J.) Scarlet sin. 52651. 
Hunter (Mrs. D. H.) Musical eomp.: 

53160. 
Hurst & co. 

Ellis (E. S. ) Jungle fugitives. 
52271. 



Hurst & co. — Continued. 

Ellis (E.S.) Old Ironsides. 52272. 
Alger (H.), jr. Paul, the peddler. 
52135. 

Phil, the tiddler. 52136. 

Hutchinson (H. S. ) & co. Photographs: 

53409. 
Hutchinson (M. F. ) Princess Kiku. 

52647. 
Hyne (C. J. C. W. ) McTodd. 52343. 
In South Car'liney. 52641. 
India rubber pub. co. Pearson (H. C. ) 

Rubber planting. 52465. 
Individual soul winning. 52346. 
Instructions for bldg. 52348. 
Intern' 1 com. Y. M. C. A. 

See ( E. F. ) Teaching of Bible classes. 

52525. 
Williams (A. B. ) Membership. 
52615. 
Intern, news co. Chromos and lithos. : 

53368. 
Intern, textbk. co. 
English. 52277. 
Retail advertising. 52500. 
International transportation agts. Inter- 
national r. w. jour. 52776. 
Interurban electric r'y guide. 52349. 
Inter urban guide co. Electric r'y guide. 

52349. 
Jackson ( W . F. ) Carter (L. J. ) Flaming 

arrow. 52262. 
Jacobs ( G. W. ) & co. Downs ( M. S. M. B. ) 

German wit. 52264. 
Jamison (A. B. ) Intestinal irrigation. 

52351. 
Javne (D.) & son. General directions. 

52294. 
Jennings & Pye. 

Crook ( I. ) Jonathan Edwards. 

52234. 
McXabb (R. L.) Women of the 
middle kingdom. 52409. 
Johnson (A.) Entering into his own. 

52352. 
Johnson (C.H.) Eltzholtz (C. F. ) Livs- 
billeder af Pastor O. P. Petersen. 52273. 
Johnson (M. H.) Brown (G. ) How to 

beat. 52179. 
Johnston (A. F. ) 

Aunt Liza's hero. 52353. 
Flip's Islands of Providence. 52354. 
Jollv good times. See Smith (M. P. W.) 

52542. 
Jones (E. D. ) Musical eomp.: 53161. 
Kansas City star co. Trade in live stock. 

52574. 
Kaun & Bluemel music co. Musical 

eomp.: 53162. 
Kean (O. H. ) Light of the home. 52382. 
Keenan(A.) Thou shalt not kill. 52654. 
Kehoe (T. H. ) Hist, of Catholic total 

abstinence union. 52356. 
Kellogg (V. L. ) 1st lessons in zool. 

52357. 
Kelly (A.) Bears I have met. 52358. 



INDEX TO NO. 639 



VII 



Kelso s. .!. Prospectus. 52479. 
Kemp (F. A. vander). Autobiography. 

52359. 
pCeys to success. 52360. 
Ring (C. F. i Elem. geog. 52361. 
Kit-on T. A. R. ) Fine arts: 53678. 
Knight t^c Thomas. Underwriters. 

52589. 
Krouse(H. A.) Anarchist const. 52362. 
Lafayette, Turkish <£ Russian baths. 



52363. 



Lake George 



52364. 
53168. 
wages. 



Lake George printing co 

mirror. 52778. 
Lamb (M. T.J Every creature. 
Lainmers (P. J. ) Musical comp. 
Landis (E. F.) Combination 

52365. 
Lane (J.) Marriott (G.) House on the 

sands. 52412. 
Lane genealogies. 52366. 
Latch (E.B.) Greater light. 52771. 
Law & the doctor. 52367. 
Lea brothers & co. Scott (R. J. E. ) 

Questions. 52521. 
Leistner (O. ) Fp to date grainer. 52588. 
Leuckart (F. E. Q.) Musical comp.: 

53164. 
Lewisohn (L. ) Books we have made. 

52380. 
Lewis, C. B. 

Bowser. 523/5. 
Honest Abe. 52376. 
Pike county doings. 52377. 
Lewis (W. H. ) Little casket of precious 

jewels. 52379. 
Life & letters of Horace Bushneil. See 

Cheney (M.B.) 52208. 
Light of the home. 52382. 
Lord & Nagle co. Textile world record. 

52948. 
Lorenz pub. co. Musical comp.: 53166. 
Lothrop (F. M.) Celebrities. 52395. 
Lothrop (H. M. S.) Sallv, Mrs Tubbs. 

52396. 
Lothrop pub. co. 

King (C. F.) Elem. geog. 52361. 
Lothrop (H. M. S.) Sallv, Mrs. 
Tubbs. 52396. 
Lowenmever (B.) Wanderers. 52655. 
Lund ( L. E. ) 

52638. 
52646. 
joined the woodmen. 



Count Ole. 

Prince Ole. 

When Ole 

52656. 

Lundeberg (A.) 



3 visits. 



) Studies. 52399. 



52568. 
Lynde(F.) Demoniac. 52397. 
Macaulav (T. B. ) Life of Samuel John- 
son. 52398. 
McClearv (J. T. 



McClellan (J. C. i That black hoss. 

52565. 
McClure (T. C.) 

Blantyre (A.) Colonel Lisenby's 

romance. 52166. 
Boelsche ( W. i When elephants 
lived. 52167. 



Lilac blooms. 
Her choice. 52312. 
Widow. 52378. 
Beauty quest. 52434. 

H.) Alexandrm itch. 



) Children of men. 
Where the trail forked. 
Equilibrium in the sys- 



McClure (T. C.) 
Gordon ( K. | 
Guvol ( L. II | 
Lewis (C. B.) 
Morton | EC. i 
Osborne (W 

52458. 
Quigg (II. T.I Jonathan Dibbs' 

emancipation. 52481. 
Reid (C. S.) Night call. 52499. 
Rider (H. P.) Her chapter of pro- 
posals. 52504. 
Staines (B.) Lord Dudley. 52555. 
Tholens(H.) His inerinaid. 52566. 
Williams (M. McC.) Mama's mis- 
take. 52617. 

Out of the depths. 52688. 

Wright (F. B.) Dresden shepherd- 
ess. 52620. 
Engravings, etc.: 53321. 
McClure, Phillips & co. Findlater (M.) 
Rose of joy. 52279. 
Lefevre ( E. ) Philanthropic whisper. 

52368. 
Lessing (B. 

52370. 

London (J.) 

52392. 

McCoy (H. N.) 

tern. 52400. 

McCutcheon (G. B. ) Sherrods. 52401. 

McKenzie (A.) Getting one's bearings. 

52402. 
MacDonald (J.) Western school jour. 

52957. 
McKinley pub. co. Outline atlases. 52403. 
McLoughlin bros. 

Easv painting bk. 52267. 
Jack & Jill. 52350. 
McMahon ( J. ) Elem. geom. plane. 52406. 
MacManus (S.) Lord Thornv's eldest 

son. 52407. 
Macmillan (The) co. 

Gwynn (S. L. ) John Maxwell's 

marriage. 52313. 
Hopkins (J. VV. ) Elements of arith. 

52329. 

Hyne (C. J. C. W.) McTodd. 52343. 

McMurrv ( C. A. ) Special method in 

hist. "52408. 

McMurrv (C. A.) Special method. 52408. 

McNabb (R. L.) Women of the middle 

kingdom. 52469. 
McXally (J. J. ) Rogers brothers in Lon- 
don. 52650. 
Magazine printing co. Illustrated guide. 

52344. 
Maginnis (O. B.) How to measure up 

woodwork for bldgs. 52410. 
Maguire bros. Keys. 52360. 
Mahin (J. L. ) Chicago college of adver- 
tising. 52209. 
Malthy (C. O.) Musical comp.: 53171. 
Mandeville & Kingco. Fine arte: ^3»i7^. 
Manzi, Jovant & co. EngraringB, etc.: 
53328. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Marriott (C. ) House on the sands. 52412. 
Marriott (J. H. W.) Picturesque Cabin 

John. 52413. 
Mason regulator co. New Mason model. 

52443. 
Matthews (J. F.) Arke Rett games. 

52143. 
Matthews (J. W.) co. Fine arts: 53680. 
Maynard (C. ) Prima Donna and the 

bell bov. 52645. 
Maynard", Merrill & co. Scott (Sir W. ) 

Lady of the lake. 52522. 
Meehan (E. C. ) Memories. 52416. 
Mekeel-Redfi eld-Severn co. Mekeel's 

weekly stamp news. 52780. 
Melies (G.) Photographs. 53434. 
Merchants record co. Merchants record 

& show window. 52782. 
Methodist lay workers' inst. Individual 

soul winning. 52346. 
Metropolitan improvement co. Build 

your home. 52185. 
Metzler&co., ltd. Musical comp. : 53172. 
Mever ( H. R. ) Government ownership. 

52418. 
Mever (J. J.) Two twice-told tales. 

52421. 
Miller (B. E. ) Directions & familv 

right. 52250. 
Miller (D. R. ) Criminal classes. 52423. 
Miller (R.J.) Rod that budded. 52424. 
Millikan (R. A.) Mechanics. 52425. 
Mills (F. A.) Musical comp. : 53173. 
Missouri. Supreme court. Repts. 52426. 
Mr. Pipp. 52642. 
Mitchell (Jno. J.) co. Amer. ladies' 

tailor. 52672. 
Modern boat pattern co. Instructions. 

52348. 
Moliere (A. R. ) Queen of Bedlam. 

52648. 
Molineux (R. B. ) Vice admiral of the 

blue. 52427. 
Montgomery (G. R. ) Place of values. 

52429. 
Moore (C, C.) & Hughes (J. E.) Dog 

fennel in the Orient. 52430. 
Moore (J. D.) Engravings, etc.: 53330. 
Morrill (D. L.) 

Federal gov. 52431. 
School laws of 111. annot. 52432. 
Morrow (L. H.) Atalantis. 52433. 
Moulton (F. R.) On certain rigorous 

methods. 52436. 
Muirson & Wright. Muirson & Wright 

mo. desk blotter. 52783. 
Mumford (J. G. ) Narrative of med. 

52437. 
Mungina (E. ) Musical comp. : 53177. 
Munro (N. L.) 

Golden hours. 52770. 
N. Y. family story paper. 52807. 
Munro' a (G. ) sons. 

Garvice (C.) Verdict of the heart. 
52293. 



I 
Munro' s (G. ) sons. — Continued. 

Halsey (H. P. ) On their track. 
52315. 
Mutual life ins. co. 

Educ. leaflet. 52269. 
Photographs: 53445. 
Myers (S. B. ) Musical comp. : 53181. 
Napa county direct. 52439. 
National music co. Musical comp.: 

53182. 
National press agenev, ltd. Thorne 
(M. D. ) Old manVmillions. 52567. 
Neidlinger (W. H.) Primer on voice. 

52441 : 
Neilsson (H. F. ) Musical comp. : 53183. 
New Mason model. 52443. 
N. Y. Amer. 52784. 
N. Y. eve. jour. 52795. 
N. Y. evening post co. Eve. post. 52735. 
N. Y. herald co. 

New things. 52447. 
Odds & ends. 52450. 
N. Y. herald. 52809. 
N. Y. times co. 

London news. 52393. 
Man in street. 52411. 
On London 'change. 52456. 
Topics. 52571. 
New Yorker staats-zeitung. Abendblatt. 

52670. 
New Yorker staats-zeitung. 52837. 
Newnes (G.) ltd. Prichard (K.) By 

Tammers' camp fires. 52477. 
Newsom & co. Gibson (W. H. ) Blos- 
som hosts. 52297. 
Nolan pub. co. Implement age. 52775. 
North America co. N. Amer. 52849. 
Northwestern school of taxidermy. El- 
wood (J. W.) Lessons. 52274. 
Norton (J. W.) Fine arts: 53681. 
Novello&co., ltd. Musicalcomp. : 53184. 
Nutting (W.) Photographs: 53446. 
Nve (F. C. ) Lawful monev. 52449. 
O'Connor (P. J. J.) St. Louie daily 

market rept. 52909. 
Official classification & ratebk. 52453. 
On the road to Bath. 52643. 
One night in June. 52644. 
Open court pub. co. Open court. 52877. 
O'Regan (J. J. ) In meinoriam. 52457. 
Oriental plant food co. Agawa (Y.) 

Plants. 52132. 
Ormsbv (F. E. ) Star chambers herald. 

52922. 
Orvis (W. H.) Photographs. 53485. 
Osborne co. Buying horses. 52192. 
Out west co. Out west. 5287s. 
Owen (F. A. ) pub. co. Chase ( A. ) Lit- 
tle plant people. 52207. 
Pacific coast miner, inc. Pacific coast 

miner. 52879. 
Pacific states tel. & tel. co. Polk & 

Marion counties direct. 52472. 
Page (L. U. ) & co. 

Carman (B. ) Buving of books. 
52199. 



IXDKX TO NO. 639 



IX 



Page (L. C. i cS: co.— Continued. 

Johnston (A. F. i Aunt 'Lizar's 



hero. 



Islands of Providence. 



Flip' 

52354. 

Silver I K. X. I Goldendwarf. 52539. 

Paine I A. B. ) Wanderings of Joe & lit- 
tle Km. 52459. 

Palmer I E. D. ) Fine arts: 53682. 

Palmer I F. Vagabond. 52460. 

Parker J. S.) Where & how. 52462. 

Parker & Dysert. Musical comp. : 53185. 

Pascal (J.) Musical comp.: 53186. 

Pat. 'ii ;T. B. Banking law jour. 52680. 

Patten (John). 

Great eastern water-power canal. 

52661. 
Prevailing winds of globe. 52665. 
United States. 52668. 

Payne I W. H. ) Chapters on school su- 
pervision. ">2464. 

Pear^n (C. A.), ltd. MacManus (S.) 
Lord Thorney's eldest son. 52467. 

Pearson < H. C. t Rubber planting. 52465. 

Peattie (E. W.) Edge of things 7 . 52466. 

Pellegrino ( M. ) I misteri de N.Y. 52467. 

Pendergrass (Mrs. S. E. ) Musical comp. : 
53187. 

Penfold (C. C. ) Fine arts: 53683. 

Penn pub. co. Foster (W. B.) In Alas- 
kan waters. 52284. 

Perry (R. H.) Fine arts: 53684. 

Petrik ( G. J.) Photographs: 53487. 

Phelps pub. co. Farm & home. 52765. 

Philadelphia inquirer co. Philadelphia 
inquirer. 52889. 

Phillips & Page. Musical comp. : 53188. 

Pinckney (G. M.) Life of John C. Cal- 
houn. 52468. 

Pocket guide. 52470. 

Poepping ! N. | Musical comp.: 53197. 

Polk (R. L.) & co. Richmond direct. 
52471. 

Polk & Marion counties tel. direct. 
52472. 

Porcupine. 52475. 

Potter (S. O. L. ) Compend. of human 
anat. 52476. 

Potthast i E. ) Fine arts: 53687. 

Powell (C. C.) Musical comp.: 53200. 

Prescott(A.) Photographs: 53489. 

Press pub. co. World. 52959. 

Presser (T. ) Musical comp. : 53201. 

Preston (A. P.) How to reach Ports- 
mouth. 52337. 

Price (C. F.) Musical comp.: 53206. 

Price & Lee co. Ansonia. 5265s. 

Prince Ole. 52646. 

Princess Kiku. 52647. 

Principles of med. ethics. 52478. 

Prima Donna & the bell boy. 52645. 

Prospectus. 52479. 



Prudential ins. co. of Amor. Pocket 

guide. 52470. 
Publishers of system. System. .v_>i)47. 
Publishers of the national tribune. 

Raum (G. B.) With the western 

army. 52486. 
Purdy (J. E. i Photographs: 53490. 
Queen | F. | pub. co. X. Y. Clipper, 

52790. 
Queen of Bedlam. 52648. 
Quintard (E.) Sea babies. 52482. 
Radford (M. L.) King Arthur. 524S3. 
Railroad A B C. 52484. 
Railway handbook pub. co. Railway 

hand Look. 52905. 
Rainer I J. | Noble priest. 524S5. 
Ranken i F. ) "Winsome Winnie. - ' 

52657. 
Ranch (I. | Musical comp.: 53207. 
Rechlin (O.) Musical comp. : 53208. 
Red rose of St. John. 52649. 
Reichelt (P.) Photographs: 53508. 
Reinger (W. F.) One night in June. 

52H44. 
Retail advertising. 52500. 
Revell i F. 11. ) Co. Breed [D. R. ) Hist. 

of hymns. 52174. 
McKenzie (A.) Getting one's bearings. 

52402. 
Peattie ( Elia W. ) Edge of things. 52466. 
Review & record co. Review & record. 

52906. 
Reynolds & co. Musical comp. : 53209. 
Rhoads(S. X.) Mammals of Penn. 52501. 
Ricordi (G. ) & c. Musical comp. : 53211. 
Rideaut (W. C.) Photographs: 53514. 
Rieter-BiedermanniJ.) Musical comp.: 

53214. 
Rinn (H. ), jr. Photographs: 53515. 
Rivers (F. C.) Show- cd. advertisers' 

hand ok. 52537. 
Rogers (H. E. ) 

Compendium. 52507. 
Typewriting & off. man. 52508. 
Rogers bros. in London. 52650. 

Rolfe (W. J.) 

Goldsmith (O.i Select poems. 52300. 
Shakespeare (W.) Merchant of Ven- 
ice. 52533. 
Roseland ( H. ) Fine arts: 53688. 
Rosenberg ( L. J. ) Mazzini. 52510. 
Rothermel music pub. co. Musical comp. : 

53215. 
Rouillion (L.) Drafting of cams. 52511. 
Rowe (G. C.) Rev. Salem Mitchell. 

52512. 
Rowlands (E. A.) Andrew Leicester's 

love. 52513. 
Russell (A. A.) Photographs: 53521. 

Russell (R. H.) 

Le (iallienne (R.) Literary letter. 
52369. 



X 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Russell (R. H.)— Continued. 

Roberts (C. G. D.) Word from out 

doors. 52506. 
Townsend (E. W. ) Chimin ie Fad- 
den stories. 52572. 
Ryerson (J. T. ) '& son. Boiler maker & 
sheet metal worker. 52682. 

Sadler (W. H. ) Bookkeepers & office 

prac. 52511. 
Sadler-Rowe co. Sadler (W. H.) Book- 
keepers & office prac. 52514. 
Sail & sweep pub. co. Sail & sweep. 

52908. 
St. Albans direct. 52515. 
St. John (J. A.) Fine arts: 53690. 
St. Louis art negative co. Photographs: 

53522. 
Sallv, Mrs.Tubbs. SeeLothrop ( H. M. S. ) 

52396. 
Sanborn (J. B.) co. Coal dealers blue 

bk. 52222. 
Saunders ( W. B. ) & co. 

Anders (J. M.) Text bk. of med. 

52141. 
Church ( A. ) Nervous diseases. 
52214. 
Saxby (L. ) Musical comp. : 53216. 
Scarborough company. Massachusetts. 

52662. 
Scarlet sin. 52651. 
Schamberg ( J. F. ) Compend. of diseases. 

52520. 
Schilling (W. P. ) Musical com p. : 53217. 
Schirmer (G.) Musical comp. : 53218. 
Scholl (J.) & co. Porcupine. 52475. 
Schreiber & sons. Photographs: 53528 
Schuler (G. ) Photographs: 53534. 
Scott fR. J. E.) Questions. 52521. 
Scott (W.) Lady of the lake. 52522. 
Scribner's (C. ) sons. Palmer (F. ) Vag- 
abond. 52460. 

Chromos and lithos. : 53369. 
Scurlock (N.J.) Fishin' long old Ellum 

Creek. 52523. 
Sea babies. See Quintard (E.) 52482. 
See (E. F. ) Teaching of Bible classes. 

52525. 
Seelev (L. ) New school management. 

525*26. 
Seger ( H. A. ) Collected writings. 52527. 
Setchell ( G. W. ) Musical comp. : 53222. 
Seven ages of man. 52532. 
Shakespeare (W.) Merchant of Venice. 

52533. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. Musical comp. : 

53223. 
Sheard (C.) & co. Musical comp.: 

53224. 
Shepard(K) Suppl. 52560. 
Shipp (E. R. ) Selection of cases. 52535. 
Short talks. 52536. 
Show-card advertisers' hand bk. 52537. 



Sick, accident, & death benefits. 52538. 
Sidney (Margaret) pseud. See Lothrop 

(H. M. S.) 
Sidney novelty co. Chromos and lithos. : 

53375. 
Siegel's (C. F. W. ) musikalienhandlung 
(R. Linnemann) . Musical comp.: 
53225. 
\ Silver (R. N.) Golden dwarf. 52539. 
Silver, Burdett & co. Hoxie (C. DeF.) 

How the people rule. 52339. 
Simrock ( N. ) Musical comp. : 53226. 
Singley (B. L. )- Photographs: 53536. 
Smart set pub. co. 

Bigelow (Mrs. P.) Middle course. 

52163. 
Dean (T. H. ) Widow in the South. 
52240. 
Smith (C. R.) Musical comp.: 53240. 
Smith (M. P. W.) Jollv good times. 
52542. 
1 Smith (R. A.) Hist, of Dickinson co. 

52543. 
| Smith (W. P.) 

Blue leaf quoto. 52544. 
Infant quoto. 52545. 
S Social aspirations. 52652. 
i Songs. 52547. 
Sonnichsen (A.) Taming the autocrats. 

52549. 
Southern lumber mfrs. ass'n. Off. clas- 
sification. 52453. 
Special course. 52551. 
Specifications. 52552. 
Spectator co. 

Compendium. 52226. 
Gain & loss. 52290. 
Spielvogel (E.) Fine arts: 53691. 
Spon & Chamberlain. Cromwell (J. H.) 

System of easy lettering. 52233. 
Squires (C. F.) Photographs: 53549. 
| Standard food co. Songs. 52548. 
| Stark (G.) Photographs: 53551. 
! Steinhardt(E. J.) Musical comp.: 53242. 
Stemons (J. S. ) Unmentionable crime. 
52556. 
j Stenographer. 52924. 
Stephens (E. W.) Missouri. Supreme 

court. Repts. 52426. 
Stern (J. W. ) Musical comp. : 53243. 
Strauss (J. C.) Photographs: 53591. 
Street (A. I.) Streets pandex of the 

news. 52925. 
Street (J. L.) 

Bride. 52557. 
Foot of Salome. 52558. 
Street & Smith. 

Adams (A. H.) Nazarene. 52122. 
Brave & bold. 52172. 
Buffalo Bill stories. 52182. 
Diamond Dick, jr. 52248. 
New Nick Carter. 52445. 
Old Broadbrim. 52454. 



INDEX TO NO. 639 



XI 



Street & Smith — Continued. 

Rowlands (E. A.) Andrew Leices- 
ter's love. 52513. 
Tip top weekly. 52569. 
Hoys of Amer. 52691 . 
Strobridge litho. co. Chromos and 

lithos. : 53376. 
Sun printing & pub. ass'n. 
Eve. sun. 52747. 
Sun. 52928. 
Sunset tel. cS; tel. co. 

Butte cNc Glen counties. 52191 
Napa county direct. 52439. 
Supplement to Shepard's Fed. rep. 

52560. 
Sword of liberty. 52653. 
Tarbell (J. H.) 53592. 
Texas title co. inc. 

Fort Worth and aditions. 52660. 
Tarrant CO., Texas. 52667. 
Thompson ( C. W. ) & co. Musical comp. : 

53245. 
Thompson music co. Musical comp.: 

53248. 
Thome (P.) Pseud. See Smith (M. P. 

W.) 
Thorpe (B.) Kevstone. 52777. 
Thou shalt not kill. 52654. 
Three visits. 52568. 
Times-democrat. In the land of the 

Lamas. 52345. 
Toledo & co. Musical comp. : 53250. 
Tomlinson (S. E. ) Swearingen (H. H.) 

Demonstration. 52562. 
Tousev(F.) 

Frank Reade. 52287. 
Libert v boys of " 76. " 52381. 
Pluck & luck. 52469. 
Secret service. 52524. 
Wild west. 52614. 
Work <k win. 52619. 
To wen (B. ) Wanderers. 52655. 
Treasurer of Cornell University. Philo- 
sophical review. 52903. 
Treat (E. B. ) & co. Archives of pedia- 
trics. 52679. 
Tribune ass'n. X. Y. tribune. 52823. 
Tschudi (R.) Fine arts: 53697. 
Tuck (R.) & sons co., ltd. Railroad 

A B C. 52484. 
Tuxtepec development co. Yankee. 

52621. 
Umlauf (S. C. ) Musical comp.: 53251. 
Underwood typewriter co. Cat. 52205. 
Underwriters tire extinguishers. 52589. 
Underwriters the test of time. 52590. 
Union pub. co. Brattleboro direct. 

52171. 
United brethren pub. house. Miller (D. 

R. ) Criminal classes. 52423. 
United pub. corporation. Musical comp. : 

53252. 
U. S. litho. co. 

Chromos and lithos. : 53379. 
Photographs: 53594. 

7102—03 6 



University of Chicago. 

McCoy ill. X.) Equilibrium in the 

system. 52400. 
Meyer (J. J.) Two twice-told tales. 

52421. 
Moulton (F. R. ) On certain rigor- 
ous methods. 52436. 
Elementary school teacher. 52721. 
Univ. of Penna. press. Univ. of Penna. 

medical bul. 52950. 
University press. Printing art. 52904. 
Up to date grainei\ 52588. 
Utica direct, pub. co. Direct, of city of 

Rome. 52252. 
Van Ame ( W. E. ) Are you sick? 52142. 
Van Ness (J. ) pub. co. Superintendent 

& foreman. 52943. 
Victor talking machine co. 52596. 
Viskniskki (G. T. ) Manny Howell's 

snake stories. 52597. 
Von Tilzer (H.) music pub. co. Musical 

comp. : 53253. 
Yoorhees(G. T.) Some properties. 52598. 
Vos (B. J. ) J. L. K. Kinder-und haus- 

marchen, ed. by B. J. Vos. 52309. 
Waite ( L. P. ) & co. St. Albans city direct. 

52515 
Walker' (Geo. H. ) & co. 
Boston. 52659. 

Massachusetts, no. 16. 52663. 
Walker (H. L.) Musical comp.: 53265. 
Walter (F. A.) Photographs: 53596. 
Walter (J. F.) Musical comp.: 53266. 
Wanderers. 52655. 
Ward (W. M. ) Washington. 52600. 
Weasner & Wolfe. Photographs: 53597. 
Webster (J. V.) Augusta. 52633. 
Wells (W.B.) Pacific mo. 52888. 
Welton ( R. ) Inventional piano playing. 

52601. 
Werner (W.) 

Belated message. 52157. 
For Bartv. 52281. 
Midwav. 52422. 
Natural duffer. 52440. 
Readv retribution. 52487. 
West (M.) Crimson sock. 52602. 
West pub. co. 

Southeastern reporter. 52920. 
Southern reporter. 52921. 
Westinghouse elec. & mfg. co. Circular. 

52219. 
What to see in Salem. See Dennis (A. 

W. ) 52241. 
When Ole joined the woodmen. 52656. 
White-Smith music pub. co. Musical 

comp. : 53267. 
White city art co. Photographs: 53598. 
Williams (A. B.), jr. Membership. 

52615. 
Williams (J.), ltd. Musical comp.: 
53269. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTBIES 



Williams (L. K.) Horton (W. F.) 

Story. 52331. 
Wilson (F. H. ) Buffalo tragedy. 52634. 
Windsor music co. Musical comp. : 

53275. 
Wing (C. W. ) New national game. 

52444. 
' ' Winsome Winnie. ' ' 52657. 
Witmark (M. ) & sons. Musical comp. : 

53277. 
Wood (B. F. ) music co. Musical comp. :. 

53285. 



Wood ( C. N. ) Scurlock (N. J. ) Fishin' 
'long old Ellum Creek. 52523. 

Wood (W.) & co. Amer. jour, of ob- 
stetrics. 52671. 

World's fair pub. co. World's Fair'bul. 
52980. 

Writers press ass'n. Successful Amer. 
52927. 

Yankee in Mexico. 52621. 

Young (M.) Christmas. 52623. 

Zeinp (E. R. ) Directions & rules. 52251. 

Zion picture co. Photographs: 53603. 



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CHARTS 



MAPS AND 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

[Deluding books and pamphlets: leaflets, etc.: and periodical contributions; arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

T > vive space the copyright notice alter each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. Class A, XXc. no. 
68511, Sept. 16. 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 16, 1903." 



Abbott (Vera). Matrimonial mistakes 

of a young couple. I wished. 53698 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

68511, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

She found fault. 53699 

AY. R. Hearst. New York. X. Y. A 
'58390, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

■ The smiling porters. 53700 

W. R. Hearst. New York. X. Y. A 
68657. Sept. 18, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Summer had passed. 53701 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 
68721, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Ainger, Alfred. Crabbe. New York. 
London, The Macmillan company, 1903. 
viii p., 1 1.. 210 p. 19 h cm. (English 
men of letters) 

3—22-^70 53702 

Macmillan company, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68115, Sept." 11, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 11. 1903. 

Alyr^r. Horatio, jr. Forging ahead . . . 
Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1903. 4 p., 1 1., 5-369 p. 
front., 6 pi. 19 cm. 
3—21300 53703 

Penn publishing company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 67656, Sept. 4, 1903: 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Allen (Grant). Fra Benedetto's medal. 

chap. 3. 53704 

AY. R. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. A 

68348, Sept. 15, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

chap. 5. 53705 

AY. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68412, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

— Morning of the 4th. 53706 

AY. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68519, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 



Allen (Grant) — Continued. 

Radiance. 53707 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68577, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

American Berkshire association. Ameri- 
can Berkshire record ... y. 13-19. 
Ed. by C. F. Alills, secretary. 
Springfield, 111., The American Berk- 
shire association, 1895-1902. 7v. front. 
(v. 17) 24 cm. 53708-53714 

American Berkshire association, 
Springfield, 111. A 65491-65497. Aug. 
3, 1903; 2 c. each Aug. 3, 1903. 

Are you fully protected against the risks 

of life and business? card, 3 § by oh 

inches. " 53715 

J. F. Curtice, Fort AYayne, Ind. A 

68467. Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Armstrong, AA T illiam Clinton. The Lundy 
family and their descendants of what- 
soever surname, with a biographical 
sketch of Benjamin Lundy. Xew 

Brunswick, N. J., J. Heidingsfeld. 
printer, 1902. 4S5 p. front., illus.. 
plates, ports., facsim. 2-U cm. 
3—22580 53716 

W. C. Armstrong, Xew Brunswick. 
X. J. A 68413, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

Athletic Miss Green. Li Daily ne\\>. 
Chicago, Sept. 15, 1903. 53717 

AY. ^Yel•ner, Chicago, 111. A 68190, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Balfour (A. J.) Economic notes on in- 
sular free trade. f°. 53718 
Longmans. Green & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68518, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 
Bank notes, imp. 24°. 53719 
W. R. Dorsey, Baltimore, Md. A 
46531, Nov. 21, i902: 2 c. Nov. 21, 1902. 

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Bannerman, Helen. The story of little 
black Quibba ... New York, F. 
A. Stokes company, 1903. 142, [1] p. 
incl. col. front., col. plates. 14 cm. 

53720 
Frederick A. Stokes company, New 
York, N. Y. A 67628, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Barbour, Kalph Henry. Weatherby's 
inning; a story of college life and base- 
ball . . . illustrated by C. M. Relyea. 
New York, D. Appleton and company, 
1903. ix, 249 p. col. front., 5 col. pi. 
20J cm. 

3—22513 53721 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 

A 66842, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Barnes, James. The giant of three wars; 
a life of General W infield Scott . . . 
illustrated by Gordon H. Grant. 
New York, D. Appleton and company, 
1903. xi, 241 p. col. front., 3 pi. 19* 
cm. 

3—22117 53722 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 

A 66844, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Barr (A. E.) Thyra Varrick. 2nd in- 
stallment. In The delineator, Oct., 
1902. 53723 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. A 
46320, Sept. 19, 1902; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 14, 1903. 

3rd installment. Nov., 1902. 

53724 
Amelia E. Barr, New York, N . Y. A 
44286, Oct. 13, 1902; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 14, 1903. 

4th installment. Dec, 1902. 53725 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. A 
46724, Nov. 12, 1902; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 14, 1903. 

5th installment. Jan., 1903. 53726 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. A 
48101, Dec. 12, 1902; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 14, 1903. 

6th installment. Feb., 1903. 53727 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. A 
50745, Jan. 13, 1903; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 14, 1903. 

7th installment. 53728 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. A 
52920, Feb. 12, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1903. 

8th installment. 53729 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. 
A 55039, Mar. 12, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1903. 

9th instal. (last). 53730 

Amelia E. Barr, New York, N. Y. 
A 57515, Apr. 14, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1903. 



Bates, Alfred, ed. The drama; its his- 
tory, literature and influence on civili- 
zation . . . [Victorian ed. v. 9] 
London, The Athenian society, 1903. 
plates (partly col. ) 24 cm. " 53731 
A. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. A 68430, 
Sept, 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Bathon ( AVingro ve ) . As the angels may. 

53732 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68573, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Bauin, L[yman] Frank. The enchanted 
island of Yew; whereon Prince Marvel 
encountered the High Ki of Twi and 
other surprising people . . . illus- 
trated by Fanny Y. Cory. Indian- 
apolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company 
[1903] 5 p. 1., 242 p. col. front,, co r . 
illus., col. plates. 24 cm. 
3—22111 53733 
L. F. Baum, Chicago, 111. A 68053, 
Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Beach (D. N. ) The Annie Laurie mine. 

2. In Congregationalist & Christian 

world, Dec. 27, 1902. 53734 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53344, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1902. 

3. Jan. 3, 1903. 53735 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53345, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1903. 

4. Jan. 10, 1903. 53736 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53346, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1903. 

5. Jan. 17, 1903. 53737 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53347, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1903. \ 

6. Jan. 24, 1903. 53738 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53348, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1903. j 

7. Jan. 31, 1903. 53739 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53349, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1903. 

8. Feb. 7, 1903. 53740 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53350, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1903. 
9. Feb. 14, 1903. 53741 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53351, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1903. 
10. Feb. 21, 1903. 53742 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

53352, Feb. 4, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1903. 
11 & 12. Feb. 28, 1903. 53743 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

57242, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1903. 
13. Mar. 7, 1903. 53744 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

57243, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1903. 



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Beach i l>. N. ) — Continued. 

14. Mar. 14. 1903. 53745 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

57244, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1903. 

15. Mar. 21, 1903. 53746 

David N. Beach. Braintree, Mass. A 

57245, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1903. 

16 & 17. Mar. 28, 1903. 53747 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

57246, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 26, 1903. 

IS. Apr. 4, 1903. 53748 

I 'avid X. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 
^7247. Mar. 23. 1903; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1903. 

]9 & 20. Apr. 11, 1903. 53749 

David X. Beach. Braintree, Mass. A 

57248, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1903. 

Chap. 21. Apr. 18, 1903. 53750 

David XT. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 
•"249. Mar. 23. 1903: 2 c. Apr. 17, 1903. 

22. Apr. 25, 1903. 53751 

David X. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 

57250, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1903. 

23. Annie Laurie mine. Mav 2, 

1903. 53752 

David X. Beach, Braintree. Mass. A 

57251, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. May 1, 1903. 

24. May 9, 1903. 53753 

David X. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 
"252, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. May 7, 1903. 

25. 53754 

David N. Beach, Braintree, Mass. A 
57253, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. May 14, 1903. 

Beaman & Smith companv. Catalogue 
F. 1903. 121 pp. illus. 8°. 53755 
Beaman & Smith companv. Provi- 
dence. R. I. A 61757, June 13, 1903; 
2 e. July 27, 1903. 

Becker. Henrietta K[atherine] Elements 
of ( ierm an ; a practical course for school 
and college . . . Chicago, Scott, 
Foresman and company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 
334 p. 19i cm. (The Lake German 
series) 

3—22536 5S756 

Scott Foresman & co., Xew York, 
X. A'. A 68272, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Begs to be hanged for a murder she did 
not commit. In American magazine 
supplement, Xew York American and 
journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 53757 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68396, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



Bell (J. .!.) The laughing drops, imp. 

12°. 53758 

J. J. Bell, London, England. A 

64779, July 25. 1903; 2 cJuly 25, 1903. 

Bible looking glass. Chart, 30X36 inches. 

53759 

Pleasant M. Hill, Halt Rock, Mo. 
no. 17492, Aim-. 17. 1885; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1903. 

Bible study union, Blakesiee lessons, 
children's course, vol. 13, primary les- 
sons and cards, no. 36. 53760 
Bible study publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 64810, July 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 17, 1903. 

no. 37. 53761 

Bible study publishing companv, 
Boston. Mass." A 64811. July 25, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

no. 38. 53762 

Bible studv publishing companv, 
Boston. Mass.' A 64S12, July 25, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

no. 39. 53763 

Bible studv publishing companv, 
Boston, Mass." A 64813, Julv 25, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

! Biddle, S[ara] M[elissa] The new doc- 
tor; or, Health and happiness; a story. 

[ Monmouth, 111., The author; Chicago, 
F. E. Ormsbv & co. [1900] 2 p. 1., 
[7]-255 p. 19* cm. 
3—22514 53764 

S. M. Biddle, Monmouth, 111. 1900. 
A 25287, Oct. 11; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Bierce (Ambrose) . An infant crving for 

the light. " 53765 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68568, Sept. 17, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Black (J. A.) Awheel in Ireland, no. 1. 

53766 
John A. Black, Buffalo, X. Y. A 

68653, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

no. 2. 53767 

John A. Black, Buffalo, X. Y. A 

68654, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Blanchard, Amy E[lla] A gentle pio- 
neer, being the story of the early days 
in the new West; illustrated by Ida 
Waugh. Boston and Chicago, W. A. 
Wilde companv [1903] 320 p. front., 
4 pi. 20 cm. 

3—22814 53768 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston. Mass. 
A 61552, Junel0,1903; lc.Sept. Hi, l^)-l: 
1 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 



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[Bland], E[dith] (Nesbit) "Mrs. Hubert 
Bland." The literary sense . . . 
New York, London, The Maemillan 
company, 1903. vii, 324 p. 20 cm. 
3—22525 53769 

Contents.— The unfaithful lover.— Rounding 
off a scene.— The obvious. — The lie absolute. — 
The girl with the guitar. — The man with the 
boots.— The second best.— The holiday.— The 
force of habit.— The brute.— Dick, Tom. and 
Harry.— Miss Eden's baby. — The lover, the 
girl, and the onlooker.— the duel.— Cinder- 
ella. — With an E.— Under the new moon.— 
The love of romance. 

Maemillan company, New York, N. 
Y. A 68116, Sept. 11 ] 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
11, 1903. 
Bolles, Albert S[idney] Money, bank- 
ing, and finance . . . New York, 
Cincinnati [etc.] American book com- 
pany [1903] 336 p. 20 cm. 
3—22563 53770 

A. S. Bolles, Haverford, Pa. A 59804, 
May 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 

Boone, Henry Burnham. The career 
triumphant . . . New York, D. Ap- 
pleton and company, 1903. 1 p. 1., vi, 
279 p. 19* cm. 

3—21295 53771 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 

A 67516, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Boyd's directory of Salem and Gloucester 
counties, New Jersey, 1903-1904 . . . 
Philadelphia, C. E. ' Howe co., 1903. 
23 cm. 53772 

W. G. Torchiana, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 67341, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Bracket!, Jeffrey Richardson. Supervi- 
sion and education in charity . . . 
New York, London, The Maemillan 
company, 1903. v., [1], 222 p. 17|cm. 
(Half-title: American philanthropy of 
the nineteenth century . . . ) 
3—22565 53773 

Maemillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 68057, Sept.' 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903. 

Brady, Cyrus Townsend. A doctor of 

philosophy [a novel] New York. 

C. Seribner's sons, 1903. 3 p. 1., 302 p. 
19* cm. 

3—21723 53774 
Charles Seribner's sons, New York, 

N. Y. A 67501, Sent. 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 4, 1903. 

In the war with Mexico, a midship- 
man's adventures on ship and shore 
. . . illustrated by William J. Aylward. 

New York, C. Seribner's sons, 1903. 
viii p., 1 1., 313 p. front., 5 pi. 20* 
cm. (Bovs of the service) 
3—22811 * 53775 

Charles Seribner's sous, New York, 
N. Y. A 68441, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 



Brave & bold. no. 39. 4°. 53776 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

67129, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Bristol, Va.-Tenn. directory, 1903-1904 
. . v. 2 . . . Richmond, Va., 
Hill directory co. [1903] 23 cm. 

53777 

Hill directory co., Richmond, Ya. A 

67839, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Browne, Frank J. Graded mental arith- 
metic, arranged for use in the public 
schools from third to eighth grade, in- 
clusive . . . [Special ed.] San 
Francisco, The Whitakerand Ray com- 
pany (incorporated) 1903. 159 p. 19 
cm. 

3—22823 53778 

Whitaker & Rav company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. A 67637, Sept. 4. 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Bryant, William Cullen. The poetical 
works of William Cullen Bryant. Ros- 
lyned. ; with chronologies of Bryant's 
life and poems and a bibliography of 
his writings by Henry C. Sturges and a 
memoir of his life by Richard Henry 
Stoddard . . . New York, D. Apple- 
ton and company, 1903. 2 p. 1., exxx, 
418 p. front, (port.) 20 pi. 21* cm. 
3—22094 53779 

]). Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 67269, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Buffalo Bill stories, no. 123. 4°. 53780 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

67468, Sept, 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Burdick, William L[ivesey] Topical out- 
lines in criminal law . . . Law- 
rence, Kan., H. A. Cutler <k son, 1903. 
25 p. 23* cm. 

o— 22575 53781 

W. L. Burdick, Lawrence, Kans. A 

65430, Aug. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Burnham, Mrs. Clara Louise [(Root)] 
Jewel; a chapter in her life, with illus- 
trations by Maude and Genevieve 
Cowles . . . Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1903. 
6 p. 1., 340 p., 1 1. front., 7 pi. * 19 cm. 
3—22519 ' 53782 

C. L. Burnham, Chicago, 111. A 
67999, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Brother Jona- 
than . . . New York, D. Appleton 
and company, 1903. xi, 246 p. incl 
col. front. 4 pi., port, 20* cm. 
3—22105 53783 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 66846, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 



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q, [George Gordon Noel] Byron, 
6th baron. Byron's shorter poems, 

selected and ed., with notes and an in- 
troduction by Ralph Hartt Bowles . . . 
New York, London, The Macmillan 
company, L903. xxxviii p., 1 1., 229p. 

front, (port.) 141 em. [Macmillan' s 
pocket American and English classics] 
3— 22533 53784 

reference": p. xxxviii. 

Macmillan company, New York. N. 
Y. A 68055, Sent. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 



Cabot, Richard C[larke] Physical diag- 
nosis of diseases of the chest . . . 2d 
rev. ed., with one hundred and forty- 
seven illustrations. New York, W. 
Wood and company, 1903. xvi, 319 p. 
front., illus. 21 h cm. 



'2844 



William Wood & co 
Y. A 68218, Sept. 12, 190:-!; 2 c 
16, 1908. 



53785 

New York, N. 
?ept. 



53786 



Cain, Xeville. The fairies' circus, where 
elves £ spirtes, with one another vie, 
in feats of most unique agility. New 
York, R. H. Russell, 1903'. [16] p. 
8 pi. 30i cm. 



Robert Howard Russell. Xew York, 
N. Y. A 55631, Mar. 20, 1903; 2 c. 
sept. 11, 1903. 

Calendar for the years 1753 to 1913; card, 
7 by 8 inches. * 53787 

J. H. Reinhardt, East Orange, X. J. 
A 63557, July8, 1903; 2 c. July S, 1903. 

Campbell, James M[ann] Typical elders 
and deacons . . . Xew York and 

London, Funk & Wagnalls company, 
1903. vi, 7-137 p. 19* cm. 
3—22546 53788 

Funk & Wagnalls company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 64884, July 25, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Capps, Edward. The introduction of 
comedy into the city Diouysia; a 
chronological study in Greek literary 
history . . . Chicago, The Univer- 
sity of Chicago press, 1903. 30 p. fold 
tab. 28 cm. 
3—22095 53789 

Printed from Fir.»t ^eric<. vol. VI 'p. 261- 
288 of the Decennial publications of the 
University of Chicago. 

Univer^itv of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 67861, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 



[Carey. Thomas Joseph] The pun hook; 
collected, ed. and arranged from the 
notes of a learned pundit . . . New 
York, T. .J. Carey & co. [1903] 125 p. 
15.\ cm. 

3—22537 53790 

T. J. Carey & CO., Xew York, X. Y. 
A 63287, June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1903. 

[Carnell, John R.] Modern business 

arithmetic; a complete course in prac- 
tical and business computations, de- 
signed especially for use in public and 
private commercial schools and for 
home study. [Albany? X. Y., 1903] 
vi, 221 p. 23 em. 

3—22827 53791 

By John R. Camel! and Benton S. Hoit. 
Carnell & Hoit, Albanv, X. Y. A 
51429, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Catalogue of telephone instruments Julv, 
1903. 53792 

American Bell telephone co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 66227, Aug. 12. 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 12, 1903. 

Chamberlain's resignation the one topic 
in England. Li Xew York times, Sept. 
20, 1903. 53793 

Xew York times, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 68831, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

Cheops, the king who built the great pyr- 
amids, his portrait found. /// Ameri- 
can magazine supplement, Xew York 
American and journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 

53794 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. A 

68391, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Clark ( Helen Whitney ) . Uncle Jonquil's 

bequest. 53795 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68818, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

I Clark, T[heodore] M[inot]. The care 
of a house: a volume of suggestions 
to householders, housekeepers, land- 
lords, tenants, trustees, and others, for 
the economical and efficient care of 
dwelling-houses, by T. M. Clark . . . 
Xew York, London, The Macmillan 
company, 1903. vii, 283p. illus. 19-} 
cm. 

3—22845 53796 

Macmillan company, New York, N.Y. 

A 68421, Sept, 16,1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Clayton (Thomas G.) The slickest of all 

detectives. 53797 

E. B. Warner, Hackensack, N. J. A 

68312, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

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Clifford (Mrs. W. K. ) Miss Williamson. 

53798 

Mrs. W. K. Clifford, England. A 

66834, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Clothes keep. 14 pp. 16°. 53799 

Haberdasher company, New York, 

N. Y. A 63732, July 10, 1903; 2 c. July 

10, 1903. 

Cody (William F. ) Kate Cedar's vow. 

53800 
Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 68813, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 
Combs, George Hamilton. The Christ in 
modern English literature ... St. 
Louis, Christian publishing company 
[1903] 257 p. 20* cm. 
3—22548 53801 

Content*.— The scope and significance of the 
enquiry. — The new feeling for Christ. — The 
literature of silence.— Voices of revolt.— II 
Pensero^o.— Poets of paganism.— Redemptive 
ideals. — The plaint of the pessimist.— Echoes 
of the Orient.— The vision.— Faith's chorus. — 
The outlook. 

Christian publishing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. A 68280, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 14, 1903. 
Cooke (E.Y.) The foot ball girl. 53802 

Edmund Vance Cooke, Cleveland, 
Ohio. A 41432, Sept. 12, 1902; 2 c. 
Nov. 20, 1902. 
Craziest race ever run. In American 
magazine supplement, New York Amer- 
ican and journal, Sept. 20, 1903. 53803 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68838, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 
Creegan, Charles C. Pioneer missiona- 
ries of the church . . . New York, 
American tract society [1903] xiv, 
313 p. front., plates, ports. 19£ cm. 
3—22543 53804 

American tract society, New York, 

N. Y. A 63259, July 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

4, 1903. 

Crockett (S. R.) In a Carlist camp. 

imp. lz°. 53805 

S. R. Crockett, London, England. A 
61794, July 25, 1903; 2 c. July 25, 1903. 
Cuyas, Arturo. Appletons' new Spanish- 
English and English-Spanish diction- 
ary (successor to Velazquez's Abridged 
dictionary) containing more than four 
thousand modern words and twenty 
thousand acceptations, idioms, and tech- 
nical terms not in the latest edition of 
any similar work; with a pronouncing 
key and the fundamental tenses of ir- 
regular verbs . . . New York, D. 
Appleton and company, 1903. 2 pts. 
in 1 v. 20 J cm. 
3—22541 53806 

Added t.-p. in Spanish. 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 68403, Sept. 16,1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



The cyclopedic digest for Illinois . . . 
v. 4. Equity to forgery. Comp. by 
the Publishers' editorial staff. D. C. 
Blashfield, editor in chief. St. Paul, 
Minn., Keefe Davidson co., J. B. West. 
1903. 26 cm. 53807 

Keefe-Davidson company and John 
B. West, St, Paul, Minn. A 65506, 
Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Dangerfield (Clinton). On fourteen 

trestle. 53808 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68816, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Daskam (Josephine Dodge). Edgar, the 

choir boy uncelestial. 53809 

McClure, Phillips & co., New York, 

N. Y. A 68649, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 

Davis (F. W.) The woman in red; or, 
The mystery of the suburban ball, by 
Scott Campbell. In Boston globe. 

53810 
F. W. Davis, Chelsea, Mass. A 64746. 
July 24, 1903; 2 c. in parts July 30, 1903, 
to Aug. 15, 1903. 

Deland, Ellen Douglas. Three girls of 
Hazelmere, a story; illustrated by Wil- 
liam F. Stecher. Boston and Chi- 
cago, W. A. Wilde company [1903] 
360 p. front., 4 pi. 20 cm. 
3—22820 53811 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston, Mass. 
A 61558, June 10, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Designs of monograms, inscriptions and 

alphabets. Pt. 7. 53812 

Emil Frederick Hornikel, Chicago, 

111. A 61176, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 

5, 1903. 

Part 8. 53813 

Emil Frederick Hornikel, Chicago, 
111. A 63516, July 7, 1903; 2 c. July 
7, 1903. 

Dewey, John. Studies in logical theory, 
by John Dewey . . . with the co-oper- 
ation of members and fellows of the 
Department of philosophy . . . Chi- 
cago, The University of Chicago press, 
1903. xiii, 388 p. 23 cm. (Chicago. 
University. The decennial publica- 
tions, 2d series, vol. xi) 
3—22549 53814 

Contents.— Thought and its subject-matter. 
by J. Dewey.— Thought and its subject-mat- 
ter: the antecedents of thought, by J.Dewey.— 
Thought and its subject-matter: the datum 
of thinking, by J. Dewey.— Thought and its 
subject-matter: the content and object of 
thought, by J. Dewey.— Bosanquet's theory of 
judgment," by H. "B. Thompson.— Typical 
stages in the 'development of judgment, by 
S. F. McLennan.— The nature of hypothesis, 
by M. L. Ashley.— Image and idea in logic, by 



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Dewey. John— Continued. 

W'.'c. Gore.— The logic of the pre-Socratic 
philosophy, by W. A. Heidel. — Valuation us n 
[i gical process, by H.w. Stewart.— Some log- 
ical aspects of purpose, by A. W. Moore. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 66023, An--. 8, L903;2c^ Sept. 12,1903. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 362. 4°. 53815 

Street & Smith. New York. N. Y. A 

67466, Sept. 1, 1003; 2 e. Sept. IS, 1903. 

Din.-more. Charles Allen, comp. Aids to 
the study of Dante. Boston and Xew 
York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 
1903. xiv p., 1 1., 435. [1] p. front., 
illus., plates, port., charts. 21 cm. 
3—22002 53816 

Bibliography: p. [429] -430. 
itents. — I. Thetimesof Dante.— II. Sources 
of our knowledge of Dante.— III. Dante's per- 
sona) appearance.— IV. The Vita nuova. — V. 
Minor works. — VI. The Divina commedia. — 
VII. Interpretations. 

C. A. Dinsmore, Boston, Mass. A 
67540, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Distinctive printing; at the sign of the 

hay tree. Folder.' unp. 8°. 53817 

Southgate press, Boston Mass. A 

G4307, July 17, 1903; 2 c. July 17, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothy). Give the girls a chance. 

53818 

\V. E. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

68658, Sept. 18, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Studies in natural history; the rela- 
tive. 53819 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
68834, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Dorsey, George A [mos] Indians of the 
Southwest . . . designs by A. S. Covey. 
[Chicago] Passenger department, At- 
chison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway 
svstem. 1903. 223 p. illus.. fold. map. 
l'9h cm. 

3—20872 53820 

Bibliography: p. 217-223. 
George T. Nicholson, Chicago, 111. 
A 58606, May 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Douglas, Amanda M[innie] A little girl 
in old St. Louis . . . Xew Y'ork, 
Dodd, Mead & company, 1903. 4 p. 1.. 
323 p. 19* cm. [The "little girl" 
series] 

3—22106 53821 

Dodd, Mead & co., Xew York, X. Y. 

A 67979, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Doyle, Sir A[rthur] Conan. The adven- 
tures of Gerard, illustrated by W. B. 
Wollen . . . Xew York, McClure, 
Phillips £ co., 1903. 5 p. 1., 297 p. 
front., 15 pi. 20 cm. 
3—22517 53822 

A. C. Dovle, England. A 68340, 
Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



Doyle i A. Conan I. The new catacomb. 

53823 
McClure, Phillips & co., Now York. 
X. Y. A 68346, Sept. 15, L903; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1903. 

"Druggists" blue book, L903. street di- 
rectory of [Chicago] dniguists and phy- 
sicians. [Chicago? \W.)] 19 cm. 

53824 
German- American surgical company 
of Xew York, Chicago, 111. A 67146, 
Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Dudley (W. L.) The story of Pembina 
county. In The Northern review. 

53825 

W. L. Dudley, Grand Forks, X. Dak. 

A 68892, Sept. 2*2, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17,1903. 

Ebel, Otto. The metronome and its use 
. . . Brooklyn, X. Y., Chandler & 
Held music co. [1903] 15 p. double 
tab. 23* cm. 

3—22836 53826 

O. Ebel, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 67994, 
Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Eddy (Jennie) His father's sin. 53827 
Daily story publishing company. Chi- 
cago, I'll. A 68808, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Edwards (Ruth) Dangers of the deep. 

53828 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68819, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Electrotherapeutics. 24 pp. 8°. 53829 

International text-book company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 64796, July 25, 1903; 



Julv 



1903. 



Elliott, Walter. The life of Jesus Christ; 
embracing the entire gospel narrative, 
embodying the teachings and the mir- 
acles of Our Saviour, together with the 
history of Plis foundation of the Chris- 
tian church . . . 9th thousand. Xew 
Y^ork, The Catholic book exchange. 
1903. 2 p. 1., x, 763 p., 1 1., xxv p. 
front., illus., plates, map. 19 cm. 
3—21735 53830 

Missionary society of St. Paul the 
Apostle in "the state of Xew York, 
Xew York, X. Y. A 30460, Apr. 7, 
1902; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Elopement (An) on skates. In Dailv 
news, Chicago, Sept. 17, 1903. 53831 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 68191, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Erdman, Fred. What is the Lord's com- 
ing? ... Xew York. C. C. Cook 
[1903] 1 p. h, 32 p. 15£ cm. 53832 
Charles C. Cook, Summit. X. J. A 
66017, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 



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Few miniatures from Osborne art calen- 
dars for 1904. imp. illus. 4° nar. 

53833 

Osborne company, New York, N. Y. 

A 59477, May 12, 1903; 2 c. May 12, 1903. 

Field men's instruction paper no. 24. 

Mechanical course. 6 pp. 16°. 53834 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 67150, Aug. 27, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 



Fitzgerald (0. P.) . 
of American girls. 



Pt. 1, section 

22 pp. illus. 

53837 



The foreignizing 
52835 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68659, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. I 

Fixture department, imp. illus. 4°. 

53836 
Commercial electrical supply com- j 
panv, United States. A 60234, May 22, 
1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Foreign commercial guide 
18, Sept., 1903. Peru. 
4°. 

Philadelphia commercial museum, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 68774, Sept. 21. 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Foster, Frank Hugh. The teaching of 
Jesus concerning his own mission . . . 
New York, American tract society 
[1903] 5 p. L, 136 p. 19*cm. {Half- 
title: The teachings of Jesus ) 
3—22547 53838 

American tract society, New York, 
N. Y. A 63367, July 6, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
15, 1903. 

Fox, John, jr. The little shepherd of 
Kingdom Come, illustrated by F. C. 
Yohn. New York, C. Scribner's 

sons, 1903. viii p., 1 1., 404 p. front.. 
7 pi. 20 cm. 

3—21292 53839 

Charles Scribner's sons, New York, 
N. Y. A 68040, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
4, 1903. 

Frank Reade. no. 47. 4°. 53840 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67705, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

no. 48. 53841 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67706, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Franklin, Benjamin. The autobiogra- 
phy of Benjamin Franklin, with an 
introduction by Nathan Haskell Dole. 
New York, T. Y. Crowell & co. [1903] 
xxxix, 279 p. front (port.) 10 cm. 
( On cover: Handy volume classics) 
3—22116 53842 

Thomas Y. Crowell & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67988, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903. 



Franklin (Jeannie D. ) Loye, 1 send a 
little token. Card, 7 by 6 inches. 

53843 

J. D. Franklin. New York, N. Y. A 

68635, Sept. 16, 1903: 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

From bonnie Scotland. 53844 

John R. Rathom, Chicago. 111. A 

68652, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Gain and loss exhibit sheets. 1902. 
Aetna life insurance co., of Hartford, 
Conn. Sheet, 11 by 8h inches. 53845 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68150, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 

Canada life assurance co., Toronto, 

Ontario. Sheet, 11 by 8£ inches. 53846 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68151, Sept, 11, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 

Connecticut general life insurance 

co., of Hartford, Conn. Sheet, 11 by 
8i inches. 53847 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68152, Sept, 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 
1903. 

Connecticut mutual life insurance 

co., of Hartford, Conn. Sheet, 11 by 

8'J inches. 53848 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68153, Sept, 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1903. 
Des Moines life insurance co., of 

Des Moines, Iowa. Sheet, 11 by 8£ 

inches. 53849 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68154, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1903. 
Equitable life assurance society of 

the United States, New York. Sheet, 

11 by 8* inches. 53850 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

aV 68155, Sept, 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 

1903. 
Equitable life insurance co., of Des 

Moines, Iowa. Sheet, 11 bv 8£ inches. 

53851 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68156, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1903. 
Fidelity mutual life insurance co., of 

Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet, 11 by 8* 

inches. 53852 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68157, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1903. 
Germania life insurance co., of New 

York. Sheet, 11 by 8| inches. 53853 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68158, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1903. 



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Gain and loss exhibit sheets — Cont'd. 

Hartford life insurance co., Hart- 

!. Conn. Sheet, 11 bv S.\ inches. 

53854 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68159, Sept. 11. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1003. 

Home lite insurance CO., of New 

York. Sheet. 11 by S.l inches. 53855 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68160, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 

John Hancock mutual life insurance 

co.. of Boston, Mass. Sheet. 11 by 85 
inches. 53856 

Walter C. Wright. Medford. Mass. 
A 68161, Sept. 11, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 

Manhattan life insurance co., of New 

York. Sheet. 11 by 8| inches. 53857 
Walter C. Wright, Medford. Mass. 
A 68162, Sept. 11, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 

Massachusetts mutual life insurance 

co., of Springfield, Mass. Sheet, 11 by 
83 inches. 53858 

Walter C. Wright. Medford, ATass 
A 68163. Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11 
1903. 

Metropolitan life insurance co., of 

New York. Sheet, 11 bv 85 inches. 

53859 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68164,Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Michigan mutual life insurance co., 

of Detroit, Mich. Sheet, 11 bv 8* 

inches. 53860 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68165,. Sept. 11,1903; 2 c. Sept.11,1903. 

Minnesota mutual life insurance co., 

of St. Paul, Minn. Sheet, 11 by 8* 

inches. 53861 

Walter C. Wright. Medford, Mass. 

A 68166, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— - Mutual benefit life insurance co., of 
Newark. N. J. Sheet, 11 bv Sh inches. 

53362 

Waiter C. Wright, Medford, Mas--. 

A 68167, Sept.11,1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Mutual life insurance co., of New 

York. Sheet, 11 by 85 inches. 53863 

Walter C. Wright, Medford. Mas*. 

A68168, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 11,1903. 

National life insurance co., of Mont- 

pelier. Yt. Sheet, 11 bv 8£ inches. 

53864 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68169, Sept.11,1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



lain and !o<s exhibit sheets— Cont'd. 

— New England mutual life insurance 
co., oi Boston, Mass. Sheet, II by s', 
inches. 53865 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 681 70, Sept.11,1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

New York life insurance co., of New 

York. Sheet, 11 by 8.1 inches. 53866 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68171, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 11 ,1903. 

— Northwestern life and savings co., 
Des Moines, Iowa. Sheet, 11 by s.l 
inches. 53867 

Walter C. Wright, Medford. Mass. 
A 68172, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. 

Northwestern mutual life insurance 

co., of Milwaukee, Wis. Sheet, 11 by 

8* inches. 53868 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68173, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— Pacific mutual life insurance co., of 
San Francisco, Cal. Sheet, 11 by >} 
inches. 53869 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 681 74, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— Penn mutual life insurance co., of 
Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet, 11 by 8} 
inches. 53870 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68175, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— Phcenix mutual life insurance co., of 
Hartford, Conn. Sheet, 11 bv 8* 
inches. 53871 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A68176, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— Provident life and trust co., of Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Sheet, 11 bv Sh inches. 

53872 

Walter C. Wright, Medford. Ma^<. 

A 68177, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11,1903. 

— Provident savings life assurance so- 
cietv, of New York. Sheet. 11 by 8£ 
inches. 53873 

Walter C. Wright, Medford. Mas^. 
A. 68178, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 11, 1903. 

Prudential insurance co. of America, 

of Newark, N. J. Sheet, 11 bv 8.! 

inches. 53874 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68179, Sept. 11,1903; 2 c.Sept. 11,1903. 

State life insurance co., of Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Sheet. 11 bv 8. 1 , inches. 

53875 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68180, Sept.11,1903; 2 c. Sept. 11,1903 



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Gain and loss exhibit sheets— Cont'd. 

State mutual life assurance co., of 

Worcester, Mass. Sheet, 11 by Sc- 
inches. 53876 
Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 
A 68181, Sept.l 1,1903; 2 c.Sept.ll, 1903. 

Travelers insurance co., of Hartford, 

Conn. Sheet, 11 by 8* inches. 53877 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68182, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11,1903. 

Union central life insurance co., of 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Sheet, 11 by 8£ 

inches. 53878 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68183, Sept. 11,1903; 2 c. Sept. 11,1903. 

Union mutual life insurance co. , of 

Portland, Me. Sheet, 11 by 8* inches. 

53879 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68184, Sept. 11,1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

United States life insurance co.,of 

New York. Sheet, 11 by 8i inches. 

53880 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68185, Sept.ll, 1903; 2c. Sept, 11,1903. 

Washington lif e insurance co.. of New 

York. Sheet, 11 by SJmches.' 53881 

Walter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68186, Sept.ll, 1903; 2c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

Wisconsin life insurance co., Mad- 
ison, Wis. Sheet, 11 bv 8 J inches. 

53882 

Waiter C. Wright, Medford, Mass. 

A 68187, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 11, 1903. 

Girl (A) who can swim as fast as you can 
walk. In American magazine supple- 
ment, New York American and jour- 
nal, Sept, 20, 1903. 53883 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68843, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Gordon (Adelaide). The art of being 

agreeable. 53884 

New York society of self culture, New 

York. N. Y. A 64533, July 20, 1903; 

2 c. July 28, 1903. 

Gordon (Keith). Beauty and the man. 

53885 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. 

A68821, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c, Sept, 21, 1903. 

Gottschalck, Oscar [Hunt] von. Inno- 
cent industries; or, Kindergarten tales 
for industrious infants. New York, 
R. H. Russell, 1903. [50] p. illus. 
28* cm. 

3—21584 53886 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 56154, Mar. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 



Governments of the world of to-day; 
United States, Great Britain, France, 
German empire, Austria-Hungary, 
Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, 
Canada, India, Japan. From the Chi- 
cago record. New York, The Double- 
day & McClure co., 1900. xxiii, 291 p. 
inch front., illus. plates, ports. 21 £ 
cm. (Home study circle library . . . 
[vol. iv]) 

3—20907 53887 

"References for supplementary reading": 
p. [269] -276. 

Victor F. Lawson, Chicago, 111. 1 900, 
A 10113, Apr. 21; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Guyol (Louise Hubert). And a little 

child shall lead them. 53888 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

68820, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Hall, Edwin H [erbert] A text-book of 
physics, largely experimental, includ- 
ing the Harvard college "Descriptive 
list of elementary exercises in physics, ' 
by Edwin H. Hall . . . and Joseph Y. 
Bergen, a. m. 3d ed., rev. New York, 
H. Holt and company. 1903. xviii, 
571 p. 2 ports, (incl. front.) diagrs. 
19 J cm. 

3—22832 53889 

Henrv Holt & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 67727, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Harrell ( A. E. ) Horse-sense about thrift. 

53890 

Allan Forman, New Y'ork, N. Y. A 

64618, July 22, 1903; 2 c. July 15, 1903. 

Harrington (Frank M. ) Poetical adver- 
tiser and business guide. Sheet, 23 by 
15 inches. 53891 

F. M. Harrington, Cresson, Pa. A 
68617, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Harris, Joel Chandler. Wally Wande- 
roon and his story-telling machine . . . 
illustrated bv Karl Moselv. New 

York, McClure, Phillips & co., 1903. 
4 p. 1. , 294 p. incl. 31 pi. front, 22 cm. 
3—22518 53892 

J. C. Harris, Atlanta, Ga. A 68362, 
Sept, 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Harrison, John Smith. Platonism in 
English poetry of the sixteenth and 
seventeenth centuries. New Y T ork, 
The Columbia university press, The 
Macmillan company, agents; London, 
Macmillan and co., ltd., 1903. xi, 235 
p. 18 J cm. (Half-title: Columbia uni- 
versity studies in comparative litera- 
ture) 

3—22088 53893 

i""///, ///.*.— Ideals of Christian virtues. — The-] 

oryof love. — God and the soul.— Bibliography. 

Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 68054, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 10, 1903. 



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Hazlett, Thomas J. City and county di- 
rectory. The official red book, city of 
Amsterdam and Montgomery county, 
1903-1904. . . [ Amsterdam, N.Y., 
The Morning sentinel print] 1903. 13 
cm. 53894 

T. J. Hazlett, Amsterdam. X. Y. 
A (13289, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 23, 1903. 

Healey (Horace G.) The oval-rhom- 
boidal method of teaching the capital 
letters. 29 cards 3 by 3£ inches. 53895 
Horace G. Healey, New York. X. Y. 
A 63332, June 27, 1903; 1 c. July 13, 
1903; 1 e. July 17. 1903. 

Henry, G[eorge] A[lfred] Through 
three campaigns, a story of Chitral, 
Tirah, and Ashanti . . . illustrated by 
VVal Paget. New York, C. Seribner's 
sons, 1903. ix, 373 p. front., 7 pi., 3 
maps. 19 cm. 
3—22809 53896 

Charles Seribner's sons, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68407, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 

With the allies to.Pekin, a tale of 

the relief of the legations . . . illus- 
trated by Wal Paget. Xew York, 
C. Seribner's sons, 1903. ix, 353 p. 
front.. 7 pi., 1 map. 19 cm. 
3— 228C8 53897 

Charles Seribner's sons, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68408, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 

Hicks, I[saac] P[erry] Hicks' builders' 
guicle, comprising an easy, practical 
system of estimating material and labor 
for carpenters, contractors and build- 
ers . . . Rev. and enl. 16th thou- 
sand . . . New York, D. Williams 
company, 1903. 166 p. front, (port.) 
diagrs. 17£ cm. 

3—20391 53898 

I. P. Hicks, Omaha, Xebr. A 65505, 
Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Hiil, G. A. Outlines of an elementary 
course in chemistry . . . Cambridge, 
1903. cover-title, 30, [2] p. 19£ cm. 

5~3899 

William W. Xolen, Cambridge, Mass. 

A 66858, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Hill, Mrs. Grace (Livingston) Accord- 
ing to the pattern . . . Philadelphia, 
The Griffith and Rowland press, 1903. 
vii, 9-280 p. front., 5 pi. 19* cm. 
3-17911 53900 

American Baptist publication societv, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 61748, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. July 28, 1903. 



Hill, Joseph Hfenry] Digest of the de- 
cisions of Dakota, North Dakota, and 
South Dakota and of all federal deci- 
sions in Dakota cases from the organiza- 
tion of Dakota territory down to and 
including vol. 9.°, Northwestern reporter 
with all their citations by state, federal, 
or territorial courts. Also statutory 
annotations and table of parallel refer- 
ences to statutes cited or construed. 
By H. G. Tilton. Rochester, X. Y., 
The Lawyers' co-operative publishing 
company, 1903. xv, 1487 p. 25 cm. 
3—22574 53901 

Lawyers' co-operative publishing 
company, Rochester, X. Y. A 66432, 

Aug. 15,' 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Hill, Robert T[homas] Geography of 
Texas . . . [Xew York, Cniversiry 
publishing company] 1903. 18 p. 
illus. (incl. map) 30* x 25£ cm. 

53902 
University publishing company, Xe\\ 



York, X 
2 c. Sept 



Y. _ A 6 

8, 1903. 



24, Sept, 5, 1903. 



Hirst, Barton Cooke. A text-book of 
diseases of women . . . with 655 illus- 
trations, many of them in colors. 
Philadelphia, Xew York, London, W. 
B. Saunders & company, 1903. 2 p. 1., 
11-683 p. illus., 13 pi. (partly col.) 
24 cm. 
3—22552 53903 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia. 
Pa. A 66998, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept 
15, 1903. 

Hobson, Anne. In old Alabama; being 
the chronicles of Miss Mouse, the little 
black merchant; illustrated by Carol 
McPherson. Xew York, Doubleday, 
Page & company, 1903. 6 p. 1., 237 p. 
front., 7 pi. 20* cm. 
3—21301 53904 

Doubledav, Page & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 67*640, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 

Hooke (Charles W.) The defender of 
destiny by Howard. Fielding. 53905 

C. W. Hooke, United States. A 
66881, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Hopkins, Isabella Pierpont. The Whig- 
town parson's linen duster. Xew 
York, Eaton & Mains; Cincinnati. .Jen- 
nings & Pve [1903] 89 p. 19 cm. 
3—22505 * 53906 

Eaton & Mains, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 65488, Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



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Hopkins, William J[ohn] The sand- 
man; more farm stories . . . with forty 
illustrations by AdaClendenin William- 
son. Boston, L. C. Page & company, 
1904 [1903] xxi p., 1 1., xi-xii, 11-256 
p. inch illus., plates, front. 20 cm. 
3—22515 53907 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 
68227, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 
How to make your baby strong and well. 
In American magazine supplement, 
New York American and journal, Sept. 
20, 1903. 53908 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68836, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 
How we saved our baby after the doctor 
gave it up for dead. In American 
magazine supplement, New York Ameri- 
can and journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 53909 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68395, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15,1903. 
Howe, Henry Marion. Iron, steel, and 
other alloys . . . Boston, Mass., 
Sauveur & Whiting, 1903. xviii p., 1 
1., 457 p. illus., fold, pi., diagrs. 23| 
cm. 

3—22843 53910 

Albert Sauveur and Jasper Whiting, 
Boston, Mass. A 68366, Sept. 15, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 
Ho wells, W [illiam] D[ean] Letters home 
. . . New York and London, Har- 
per & brothers, 1903. 2 p. 1., 299 p. 
19 cm. 

3-22817 53911 

Metropolitan magazine company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62854, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 
Huling, Charles C. American candy 
maker . . . Philadelphia, Author, 
1902. lp. 1., [9]-356p. 18* cm. 
3-22123 " 53912 

C. C. Huling, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
43886, Oct. 16, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Hunt, William Remfry. A Chinese story- 
teller; or, The changed story . . . with 
foreword by W. P. Bentley *. . . St. 
Louis, Mo., Christian publishing com- 
pany [1903] 167 p. front., 14 pi. 20 
cm. 

3—22523 53913 

Christian publishing company, St, 
Louis, Mo. A68279/Sept. 14,* 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 
Hunter, James D. John Mark; or, The 
making of a saint, with an introduction 
by Rev. Floyd W. Tomkins, p. d. 
New York,, American tract society 
[1903] xii, 113 p. 19* cm. 
3—22567 53914 

American tract society, New York, 
N. Y. A 63369, Julv 6, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 12, 1903. 



Hyde, William De Witt. The new eth- 
ics ... New York, T. Y. Crowell 
& co. [1903] 29 p. 18* cm. 
3—21738 53915 

Thomas Y. Crowell & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67657, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Illinois state historical library. Collec- 
tions of the Illinois state' historical 
library, v. 1. Ed. and annotated by 
H. W. Beckwith . . . Springfield, 
111., The H. W. Rokker co., printers, 
1 903. front. , plates, ports. , map, plans. 
23 cm. 

3—22842 53916 

Board of trustees of Illinois state his- 
torical library, Springfield, 111. A 
54151, Feb. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



Illustrated catalogue no. 22. 

8°. 



320 pp. 
53917 

S. R. and I. C. McConnell companv, 
Burlington, Iowa. A 63351, Julv 6, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 
Illustrative and descriptive catalogue of 
mortuary furnishings. 1903. 226 pp. 
folio. 53918 

W. L. Lockhart & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 52898, Feb. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Individual soul winning: God's words to 
the unconverted. Card, 3* bv 9 inches. 

53919 
Methodist lav workers' institute, 
New York, N. Y. A 68553, Sept. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

How the early Christians did it. 

Card, 3i by 10 inches. 53920 

Methodist lav workers' institute, 
New York, N. Y. A 68554, Sept. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 
International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. A textbook on Spanish 
. . . Scranton, International text- 
book company [1903] 4 v. illus., 
diagrs. 23* cm. 

3—22096 53921-53924 

Contents. — [v. 1] Conversational lessons,— 
[v. 2] Grammar.— [v. 3] Spanish reader.— 
[v. 4] Spanish-English lexicon. English- 
Spanish lexicon. 

International textbook companv, 
Scranton, Pa. A 64048-64051, Sept. 
10, 1903; 2 c. each Sept. 10, 1903. 
Irishman (The) of Chicago. 53925 

John R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 
66445, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 
Jackson, Charles Ross. The third degree 
. . . New York, G. W. Dillino-ham 
[1903] 2 p. 1., [7]-293p. 19 cm. 
3-22113 53926 

G. W. Dillingham companv, New 
York, N. Y. A 63185, Julv 2,*1903; 2 
c. Sept, 5, 1903. 



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Jackson, Gabrielle E[milie] Big Jack, 
and other true stories of horses . . . 
New York, J. F. Taylor <x company, 
1903. 181 p. front. * 19^ cm. 
3—22521 53927 

J. F. Taylor & co.. New York. X. Y. 
A. 68537, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. ! 

— Little comrade, the story of a cat, 
and other animal stories . . . Xew | 
York, J. F. Taylor & company, 1903. I 
192 p. front. 19$ cm. 
3—22813 53928 

J. F. Taylor ec co., New York, N. Y. 
A 68536, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

— Three Graces, . . . illustrated by 
C. M. Relyea. New York, D. Apple- 
ton and company. 1903. vii p., 1 1., 
251 p. front., 3 pi. 20i cm. 
3—22821 53929 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York. X. Y. 
A 68131, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c.Sept. 16,1903. j 

Jegi, John I Practical lessons in human 
physiology, personal hygiene and pub- i 
lie health for schools . . . New 

York, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1903. xyii, 343 p. front., illus. ; 
! partly col. ) 19* cm. 
3—22826 53930 

Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 68058, Sept.' 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903. 

[Jonnson, Anna] The furniture people, 
by Hope Daring [pseud.~\ Philadel- 
phia, G. W. Jacobs & co. [1903] 116 
p. front., 5 pi. 19 cm. 
3—21296 53931 

George W. Jacobs, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 59625", May 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Jones, Harry C[lary] Elements of inor- 
ganic chemistry, . . . Xew York, 
London, The Macmillan company. 
1903. xiii, 343 p. illus., diagrs. mem. 
3—22824 53932 

Macmillan company, Xew York,X. Y. ' 
A 67986, Sept. 9, 1903*; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. | 

Jordan, David Starr. Animal structures; 
a laboratory guide in the teaching of j 
elementary zoology, by David Starr 
Jordan . . . and George Clinton Price j 
. . . Xew York, D. Appleton and I 
company, 1903. 3 p. 1., 99 p. 19* cm. 
(Twentieth centurv text-books) 
3—21594 53933 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York, X". Y. 
A 67515, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. j 

[Kaler], JamesOtis, 1848- With Rodgers \ 
on the President; the story of the cruise 
wherein the flagship fired the first hos- j 
tile shot in the war with Great Britain 
for the rights of American seamen, by 
James Otis [pseud.] with illustrations i 

83 



[Kaler], James Otis- Continued, 
by F. Tallok. Boston and Chicago, 

W. A. Wilde company [1903] 31s ,,. 

front., 4 pi. 19.'> cm. ' 

3—22520 53934 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston, Mass. 

A 61557, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Keen. James T[ower] A manual for 
notaries public, justices of the peace 
and their employers in Massachusetts, 
by James T. Keen . . . Boston, 
Little, Brown, and company, 1903. xi, 
267 p. 20 cm. 

3—22566 53935 

"This work, so far as it relates to justices, is, 
to some extent, founded on W. M. Seavey's 
excellent 'Manual for notaries and jus- 
tices.' " — Pref. 

Little, Brown & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 68274, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903. 

Keen, William W[illiams] 1837- ed. An 
American text-book of surgery, for 
practitioners and students, by Phineas 
S. Conner, m. d., Frederic S. Dennis, 
m. c, William W. Keen, m. i>., Charles 
B. Xanerede, m. d., Roswell Park, m. d., 
Lewis S. Pilcher, m. d., Nicholas Senn, 
m. i)., Francis J. Shepherd, m. d., Lewis 
A. Stimson, m. d., J. Collins Warren, 
m. D. and J. William White, m. d. Ed. 
by William W. Keen, . . . and J. 
William White . . . 4th ed., thorough- 
ly rev. and enl. Philadelphia, Lon- 
don [etc.] W. B. Saunders & company, 
1903. 7 p. 1., 1363 p. illus., plates 
(partly col.) 26i cm. 
3—21327 53936 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 66997, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
2, 1903. 

Kentucky. Court of appeals. Reports of 
selected civil and criminal cases . . . 
ByW. P. D. Bush, reporter, v. 5-8 . . . 
Louisville, Kv., J. P. Morton and com- 
pany, 1870-[72] 4 v. 23 cm. 

53937-53940 

W. P. D. Bush, Louisville, Kv. 

1897, 57801, Oct. 12; 1898, 58313, Oct. 

3; 1899, 53774, Aug. 23; 1900, A 19405, 

Aug. 4; 2 c. each. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Kenyon, James B[enjamin] 1858- Retri- 
bution; a tale of the Canadian border 
[by] James B. Kenyon . . . Cin- 
cinnati, Jennings and Pye; Xew York, 
Eaton and Mains [1903] " 181 p. 19cm. 
3—22509 53941 

Jennings & Pve, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 66792, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Kimbark, S. D., co. . . . Catalogue. 
Half centurv ed. Chicago, S. D. 

Kimbark co., 1903. xxiii, [1], 424 p. 
front, (port.) illus. 16i cm. 
3—22559 53942 

S. D. Kimbark co., Chicago, 111. 
A 66014, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Kingdom (John R. ) Colonial failures of 

Great Britain. 53943 

William Thorp, New York, N. Y. 

A 68827, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21. 

1903. 

Kingston (John). Where do the calen- 
dars go. 53944 
E. B. Warner, Hackensack, N. J. 
A 68315, Sept. 14,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Kirk, Mrs. Ellen [Warner] (Olney) 1842- 
Good-bye, proud world, by Ellen Ol- 
ney Kirk. Boston and New Vork, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1903. 
viii, 362 p., 1 1. 19J cm. 
3—21297 53945 

E. O. Kirk, Chestnut Hill, Pa. A 
67536, Sept, 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 

Knight, Charles Huntoon. Diseases of 
the nose and throat, by Charles Hun- 
toon Knight . . . 147 illustrations. 
Philadelphia, P. Blakiston'sson & co., 
1903. xv, 17-423 p. illus. 23* cm. 
3—22119 53946 

P. Blakiston's sons & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 64551, July 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Krans, Horatio Sheafe. Irish life in 
Irish fiction, by Horatio Sheafe Krans. 
New York, The Columbia university 
press, The Macmillan company, agent; 
London, Macmillan and co., ltd., 1903. 
vii, 338 p. m cm. {Half-title: Co- 
lumbia university studies in compara- 
tive literature) 

3—22087 53947 

Contents. — Irish society. — The novelists of 
the gentry. —The novelists of the peasantry.— 
Types arid typical incidents.— Literary esti- 
mate.— Bibliographical note. 

Macmillan company, New York, X. 
Y. A 68056, Sept. 10*, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 
Laing, Gordon Jennings, ed. Master- 
pieces of Latin literature; Terence: 
Lucretius: Catullus: Virgil: Horace: 
Tibullus: Propertius: Ovid: Petronius: 
Martial: Juvenal: Cicero: Caesar: 
Livy: Tacitus: Pliny the Younger. 
Apuleius; with biographical sketches 
and notes, ed. by Gordon Jennings 
Laing. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Houghton, Mifflin and company [1903] 
xvii, 496 p. front. 20 cm. 
3—22097 53948 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. A 67542, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903. 



Lancaster (F. H. ) An incorrigible angel 

53949 
Dailv storv publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 68807, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Le Cato, X[athaniel] J[ames] \V [alter] 
1835. The curse of caste . . . 

By X. J. W. Le Cato. Xew York, 
Walker-Ellerson publishing co. [1903] 
320 p. front. 19 cm. 
3—22101 53950 

Walker-Ellerson publishing co., Xew 
York, N. Y. A 66732, Aug. 20, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Lessing ( Bruno). Children of men; The 

compact. 53951 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew York, 

N. Y. A 68695, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

Unconverted. 53952 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68696, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Lewis ( Alfred Henry ) . The boss. Instal. 
6. In Saturday evening post, Sept. 19, 
1903. 53953 

Curtis publishing co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 68372, Sepf. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
18, 1903. 

Lewis (C. B. ) Bowser, the adviser. 

53954 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

68823, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c.'Sept. 21, 1903. 

Bowser's night off. 53955 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklvn, X. Y. A 
68313, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Lewisohn (Ludwig). A history of liter- 
ature in South Carolina. 14. Paul 
Hamilton Hayne. 53956 

L. Lewisohn, Charleston, S. C. A 
68629, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Liberty bovs of "76," no. 142. 4°. 

53957 
Frank Tousev, Xew York, N. Y. A 

67695, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

no. 143. 53958 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67696, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Limerick (Victor). Tale of the dame 

who got wise too late. 53959 

Steve Flovd, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68829, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Lithuanians (The) of Chicago. 53960 

John R. Eathom, Chicago, 111. A 

66442, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.1 



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Little Bo-Peep. unp. 4°. 53961 

McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 
X. V. A 65084, July 29, 1903; 2 c. July 
29, L903. 

Little Tommy Tucker, imp. 4°. 53962 
McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 
X.Y. A 65086, July 29, 1903; 2 c. July 
29, 1903. 

Locke, William J [ohn] 1863- Where love 
is, a novel by William J. Locke . . . 
New York and London, J. Lane, 1903. 
vi p., 1 1.. 358 p. 20 cm. 
3—22818 53963 

John Lane, New York, X. Y. A 
68401, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850- The story of 
the revolution, by Henry Cabot Lodge 
. . . Xew York, C. Scribner's sons, 
1903. 1 p. 1., xviii p., 1 1., 604 p., inch 
illus., plates, ports., facsim. front, 
(port.) 23* cm. 

3—22840 53964 

First published, 1S98. in 2 v. 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York, 
X. Y. A 68439, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 

Logan (Carrie E. ) Romance of the Cres- 
cent city. 53965 
W. R*. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
68570, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Logan (Mrs. John A. ) Peculations of 

servants. 53966 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

68569, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

some women who fail. 53967 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68723, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

a vital phase of crusade against for- 
eign plots to trap heiresses. 53968 
W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68389, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

London (Jack). At the rainbow's end. 

53939 
J. London, L T nited States. A 66880, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

London news. In Xew York times, Sat- 
urday review, Sept. 19, 1903. 53970 
Xew York times, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 68719, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Lvnde (Francis). A million dollar haul. 

53971 
F. Lvnde, United States. A 66882, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Macaulav, [Thomas Babington] Macau- 
lay, 1st boron, 1800-1859'. . . . Mac- 
aulay's essays on Addison and John- 
son; ed. with an introduction and 
notes by George B. Aiton . . . New 

7730—03 2 85 



Macaulay, [Thomas Babington]— Cont'd. 
York, D. Appleton and compam , 1903. 
xxi, 1/2 p. ports. 10 cm. (twenti- 
eth century text-books) 
3 22542 ' 53972 

D. Appleton & CO., Xew York. N. Y. 
A 6i818,Junel5,1903; 2 c. Sept.14,1903. 

MaeClintock, Samuel. The Philippines: 
a geographical reader, by Samuel .Mae- 
Clintock . . . Xew 'York, Cincin- 
nati [etc.] American book company 
[1903] 105 p. incl. front., illus., maps. 
19 cm. 

3—22568 53973 

S. MaeClintock, Manila, P. I. A 

63616, July 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

McCluskev's musings, Aug. 80, 1908. 

53974 

Boston herald co., Boston, Mass. A 

68556, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Sept. 13, 1903. 53975 

Boston herald company, Boston, 
Mass. A 68259, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

Sept, 20, 1903. 53S78 

Boston herald company, Boston, 
Mass. A 08566, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

McLean, Ridlev. The bluejacket's man- 
ual United States navy, 1903. [2d ed.] 
Rev. and eul. Prepared by Lieutenant 
Ridlev McLean ... * Annapolis, 
Md., The Xaval institute [1903] 391 
p. incl. illus. (partly col.) col. plates, 
fold, tab., fold, diagrs. 15 cm. 
3—22122 53977 

Philip R. Alger, secretary and treas- 
urer U. S. Xaval institute, Annapolis, 
Md. A 65190, Julv 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 

MacManus (Seumas). Manas the miller. 

53978 
S. MacManus, England. A 66885, 
Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Maine register, state year-book and legis- 
lative manual, no. 34 — June 1903 . . . 
Portland, Me., G. M. Donham, 1903. 



fold, map 17* cm. 



bzz:\ 



Grenville M. Donham, Portland, Me. 
A 00687, May 21, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1903; 1 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Makin, Richard Lawrence. The beaten 
path; a novel, by Richard Lawrence 
Makin Xew York, London, The 

Macmillan company, 1908. viii p., 1 1., 
544 p. 19? cm. 

3—22103 " 53980 

Macmillan company, Xew York, N. 
Y. A 67985, Sept. 9, 1908; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Man in the street. In Xew York times, 

magazine supp'l. Sept. 13, 1903. 53981 

New York times company, New York. 

N. Y. A 68246, Sept. 12, 1903: 2 c. 

Sept. 15, 1903. 

Sept. 20, 1903. 53982 

New York times company, New York, 
X. Y. A 68718, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Mann, Henry. The story of the Declar- 
ation of independence, by Henry Mann. 
The history of our flag, by John Quincy 
Adam<. [New York, The Christian 
herald] 1903. cover-title, [18] p. illus. 
(incl. ports., facsims.) 16 x 26*- cm. 
3—18206 ~ 53983 

Louis Klopsch, New York, X. Y. A 
62597, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Mauville lire extinguisher. Folder. 

illus. 16°. 53984 

H. W. Johns Mauville company, 

New York, X. Y. A 65507. Aug. 5, 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Marble (Earl). The scientific lover. 

53985 
Dailv storv publishing company Chi- 
cago. 111. A 68812, Sept. 21. 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 
Marks and abbreviations used in proof- 
reading. Sheet. 8 by 6 inches. 53986 
W. H. Lee, Chicago, 111. A 63631, 
June 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 
Matthewman, L[isle] de Y[aux] Rips 
and raps, byL.de V. Matthewman . . . 
pictures by T. Fleming. New York. 
F. A. Stokes company [1903] 102 1. 
illus. 17 cm. 

3—22539 53987 

Printed on one side of leaf only. 

L. de Y. Matthewman, New York. 

X. Y. A 68269, Sept. 11, 1903: 2 c. 

Sept. 14. 1903. 

Matthews. [James] Brander, 1852- The 

development of the drama, by Brander 

Matthews . . . New York, C. Scrib- 

ner's sons, 1903. vii, 351 p. \9h cm. 

3—22529 53988 

B. Matthews. Xew York, X. Y. A 
(is223, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Merrie Xmas. Card, 6 by 11 inches. 

53989 

L. and G. Hales. Buffalo, X. Y. 

A 67633, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Merwin, Samuel. His little world; the 

story of Hunch Badeau. by Samuel 

Merwin . . . illustrated by .Alonzo 

Kimball. Xew York, A. *S. Barnes 

& company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 201 p. 

front., 2 pi. 19 cm. 

3—22506. 53990 

A. S. Barnes c<: CO., Xew York. X. Y. 

A 67980, Sept. 9, 1903'; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 



-age ( A) of hope from Dr. D. M. Bye 
combination oil cure company. 36 pp. 
24 c . 53991 

Dr. D. M. Bve company, Indianapo-* 
lis. Ind. A 67968, Aug. 31. 1903: 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903. 

! Minister by day. burglar at night. In j 
American magazine supplement. Xt-w 
York American and journal. Sept. 20, 
1903. 53992 I 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68840, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21. 

Mitchell, Wesley Clair. A history of the I 
greenbacks, with special reference to 
the economic consequences of their is- 
sue: 1862-H5. by Wesley Clair Mitchel 
. . . Chicago. The University of 
Chicago press, 1903. xvi, 577 p. inch 
charts. 23 cm. (Chicago. Univer- 
sity. The decennial publications, 2d \ 
series, vol. ix) 
3—22561 53993 | 

University of Chicago, Chicago. 111. 
A 61672. Jun e 1 2, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 2, 1903 J 

Mr. Yanderbilt's negro neighbor. In 
American magazine supplement, Xew 
York American and journal, Sept. 13, 
1903. 53994 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68398, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903.; 

Mrs. Phil Lydig the best gowned woman 
in America. In American magazine 
supplement, Xew York American and 
journal. Sept. 13, 1903. 53995 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 
68394, Sept. 15, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 15, 1901 

Model boilers, price list no. 17. 63 pp. 

16°. 53996 

Model heating company, Fhiladel 

phia, Pa. A 57110, Apr. 8, 1903; 2 c 

Sept. 18, 1903. 

Moody. Mrs. Helen (Watterson 
child's letters to her husband. Xe 
York, Doubledav, Page £ com pan jl 
1903. 2 p. 1., 125 p. front. 18| cm. 
3—22102 53997 

Doubledav, Page & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 67641, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 

Mooney, Mrs. Sue F. (Dromgoole). My 

moving tent . . . Nashville, TennJ 
Dallas, Tex., Publishing house Metho- 
dist Episcopal church. South, Bigham 
& Smith, agents, 1903. 2 p. 1.. 7-300 p. 
2 port. 19 cm. 

3—22115 53998 

S. M. D. Moonev, Huntingdon, Tenn. 

A 64920, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Morton (Katherine). The beauty quest; 

beware of the double chin. * 53999 

T. C. McClure. New York. X. Y. A 

68822, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903 



; 



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Moss, Mary. A sequence in hearts. 
Philadelphia and London, J. B. Lip- 
pincott company, 1903. 333 p. 20 cm. 
3—22516 54000 

J. B. Lippincott company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 68373,Sept. 15, L903; 2 c. 
Sent. 15, 1903. 

Most courted girl in the world. ID Ameri- 
can magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, Sept. 20, 1903. 

54001 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68837, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Mother Goose melodies, imp. 4°. 

54002 
McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, N. 
Y. A 65085, July 29. 1903; 2 c. July 29, 
1903. 

Munn, Charles Clark. The hermit; a sto- 
ry of the wilderness . . . illustrated by 
A. Burnham Shute. Boston, Lee 
and Shepard, 1903. ix, 406 p. front., 
/ pi. 20 cm. 

3-22507 54003 

Lee and Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

62003, June 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Myers, George W [illiam] Rational gram- 
mar school arithmetic, by George W. 
Myers . . . and Sarah O. Brooks . . . 
Chicago, Scott, Foresman and company, 
1903. viii, 378 p. illus., diagrs. 19 J 
cm. 

3—17276 54004 

Scott, Foresman & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67288, JuW 11, 1903; 2 c. July 
13, 1903. 

Nash (Adoniram Judson Kay). The sa- 
cred chart map to heaven, or the plan 
of salvation according to the teachings 
of Jesus Christ. Sheet, 8 by 5 inches, 
with card 9 by 7 inches. 54005 

A. J. R. Nash, Plymouth, Mass. A 
65180, Julv22, 1903; 1 c. Julv 22, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Navajo school of Indian basketry, Los 
Angeles, Cal. Indian basket weaving, 
by the Navajo school of Indian bas- 
ketrv . . . Los Anereles, Cal., Whe- 
don & Spreng co., 1903. 103, [1] p. 
illus. 23 cm. 

3—18934 54006 

Navajo school of Indian basketrv, 
Los Angeles, Cal. A 60928. June 2, 
L903; 2 c. July 13, 1903. 

New Nick Carter weekly, no. 351. 4°. 

54007 
Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A l 
67465, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. \ 

8 



New things strangeand curious. Tn New 

York herald, Sept. 20, L903. 54008 

New York herald co., Jersey City, 

N.J. A68661,Sept. is, L903; 2c. Sept. 

21, 1903. 

New York [Slate) Supreme coin-!. Re- 
ports of cases heard and determined in 
the Appellate division ... M. T. 
Hun, reporter, v. 7S-S2. 1903 [Offi- 
cial ed.] Albany, N. Y., J. B. Lyon 
co. [1903] 5 v. 23? cm. 54009-54013 
J. B. Lyon company, Albany, X. Y. 
A 53369, Feb. IS, 1903; 55980, 'Mar. 25. 
1903; 57562. Apr. 15, 1903; 59060, May 
7, 1903; 60506, May 26, 1903; 2 c. each 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

Niblack, William C[aldwell] The Tor- 
rens system, its cost and complexity; 
a legal and practical treatise with ref- 
erences to the English and Victorian 
land transfer acts and to the Torrens 
acts of Illinois, California, Massachu- 
setts, Oregon, Minnesota and Colorado 
. . . Chicago, Callaghan & com- 
pany, 1903; 205 p. 25 cm. 
3—22572 54014 

W. C. Niblack, Chicago, 111. A 
67351, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Nion (Francois de). The proposal. 

54015 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt. A 68803, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Nissen, Hartvig. Rational home gym- 
nastics for the "well" and the "sick," 
with health-points on walking and bi- 
cycling, and the use of water and mas- 
sage. . . with illustrations of exercises 
for women contributed by Baroness 
Hose Posse . . . Rev. and enl. ed. 
Boston, E. H. Bacon & co., 1903. vii, 
132 p. front, (port.) illus. 18 cm. 
3—21574 54016 

E. H. Bacon & co., Boston, Mass. A 
67598, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

No men wanted here. In American 
magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, Sept. 20, 1903. 

54017 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68842, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Norris, Frank i. e. Benjamin Franklin. 
A deal in wheat and other stories of 
the new and old West; illustrated by 
Remington, Leyendecker, Hitchcock 
and Hooper. ' New York, Double- 
day, Page & company, 1903. 4 p. 1., 
272 p. front,, 3 pi. 21 cm. 
3—21724 54018 

Contents.— A deal in wheat.— The wife of 
Chino.— A bargain with Pegleg.— The passing 
of Cock-eye Blacklock.— A memorandum ol 

7 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Norris, Frank — Continued. 

Midden death.— Two heartsthat beatasone. — 
The dual personality of slick Dick Nicker- 
son.— The ship that saw a ghost.— The ghost 
in the cross-trees.— The riding of Felipe. 

Doubledav, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67639, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

O'Connell (Frank R.) Mr. Undertaker, 

mamma's; fast asleep. Card, 6? by 3 

inches. " 54019 

Frank R. O'Connell, Elgin, 111. A 

68627, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer, no. 508. 54020 

German press and plate company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. A 68815, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Old Broadbrim, no. 51. 54021 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

67128, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Old (The) old story. 54022 

Joseph W. Oliver, Leavenworth, 

Kans. A 67090, Aug. 13, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1903. 

On London 'change. In New York times, 

Sept. 13, 1903. ' 54023 

New York times co., New York, X. 

Y. A 68295, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

15, 1903. 



- Sept. 20, 1903. 
New York times co., 



54024 
New York, N. 



Y. A 68830, 
21, 1903. 



Sept. 21, 1903; 



Sept, 



Onoto Watanna. The heart of Hyacinth 
. . . decorations by Kiyokichi Sano. 
New York and London, Harper & 
brothers, 1903. iii p., 1 1., 250, [1] p. 
col. front,, 3 col. pi. 2H cm. 
3—22524 54025 

Harper & bros. , New York, N. Y. A 
62853, June 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Osborne ( William Hamilton) . The three 

swindlers of Lorraine. 54026 

W. H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 

68828, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 



Our German fellow citizens. 



54027 



John R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 
66441, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Packard, Winthrop. The young ice 
whalers . . . Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1903. 
4 p. L, 397, [1] p. front., 15 pi. " 20 cm. 
3—22109 54028 

W. Packard. Boston, Mass. A 67537, 
Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 



[Palmer, Harry Clement] comp. A 
hand-book containing useful informa- 
tion and tables appertaining to the use 
of structural steel and cast iron, for en- 
gineers, architects and builders. St. 
Paul, Minn., St. Paul foundry co. [1903] 
160 p. front,, illus. 18 cm. 
3—19403 54029 

St. Paul foundry company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 62839. June 29/1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 14, 1903. 

Parshall, James Clark. The history of 
the Parshall family, from the conquest 
of Fngland by William of Normandv, 
a. d. 1066, to the close of the 19th 
century . . . Syracuse, 1903. 4 p. 
1., 280," [12], xxi p. front., 1 col. pi., 
ports. 27 cm. 

3—22118 54030 

J. C. Parshall, Svracuse, N. Y. A 

50198, Jan. 7, 1903; "2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Pattee, Fred Lewis. A history of Ameri- 
can literature, with a view to the fun- 
damental principles underlying its de- 
velopment; a text-book for schools and 
colleges . . . New ed., rev. and enl. 
New York, Boston, [etc.] Silver, Bur- 
dett and company [1903] xiv. 475 p. 
20 cm. 
3—22090 54031 

" Books of reference " : p. [xiii]-xiv. 

Silver, Burdett & co., Boston. Mass. 
A 60565, May 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Patten, John. A plan for increasing the 
humidity of the arid region and the utili- 
zation of some of the great rivers of the 
United States for power and other pur- 
poses. Communicated to the National 
irrigation congress, Ogden, Utah, Sep- 
tember 12, 1903 . . . Presented by 
Honorable Judge Booth . . . [New 
York, The Blanchard press, 1903] 19, 
[1] p. 7 fold. maps. 27 cm. 
3—22555 54032 

J. Patten, New York, N. Y. A 
68132, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Patterson (Ada). Beaut v and the beast. 

54033 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68571, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Patterson, Alice Jean. The spinner fam- 
ily, with frontispiece in color, and 
many drawings in the text, by Bruce 
Horsfall. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & 
co.. 1903. xip.,1 1,15-159 p. col. front., 
illus. 20 cm. 

3—22831 54034 

A. C. McClurg & co. , Chicago, 111. A 

68275, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. hi. 1903. 



V. 34, No. 40 



HOOKS 



L043 



Patton. Joseph M[clntyre] Anaesthesia 
and anaesthetics general and local, for 
practitioners and students of medicine 
and dentistry . . . Chicago, Cleve- 
land press, 1903. vii, [1] p., 1 1., [II]- 
20< p. illus. 25 cm. 
3—22558 54035 

Cleveland press, Chicago, 111. A 
52162, Feb. 2, 1903; 2 c. Scot. 12, 1903. 

Payne, Philip. The mills of man; a 
novel. Chicago & New York, Rand, 
McNally & CO., 1903. 470 p. 20 em. 
3—22510 54036 

P. Pavne, Chicago, 111. A 68062, 
Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1003. 

Pease. Martin A. The art of home candy- 
making . . . Canton. 0., Pease and 
Smith [1903] vi, 7-80 p. 23 cm. 

54037 
Pease and Smith, Canton, Ohio. A 
00905. Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 
The Pennsylvania state college; illustra- 
tion and description. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., The Albertvpeco., c 1902. [6]'p., 
21 1. 42 pi., fold.' map. IS* x 23* cm. 
3—20596 5~4038 
W. E. Ketcham, State College, Pa. 
A 66225, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 

Pettengill, Lillian. Toilers of the home; 
the record of a college woman's expe- 
rience as a domestic servant. New 
York, Doubledav. Page & company, 
1903. xp.. 1 L, 397 p. 20* cm. 
3—22107 54039 

Doubleday, Page & co., Xew York, 
N . Y. A 67638, Sept. 4. 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 
4. 1903. 

Pluck and luck. no. 276. 4°. 54040 

Frank Tousey, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67680, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 
no. 277. 54041 

Frank Tousey, Xew York, X\ Y. A 

67681, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 
Price list of improved apparatus designed 

to accompany high school physics. 
20 pp. 8°. 54042 

Alfred L. Robbins-Martin company, 
Chicago. 111. A 62557. June 15, 1903; 
1 c. June 15, 1903; 1 c. June 20, 1903. 
Prices real estate trust stocks in Boston. 
Sept. 15, 1903. Sheet, 15 by 9 inches. 

54043 

I Jeorge Burroughs and George L. 
De Blois, Boston, Mass. A 68232, Sept. 
12. 1903: 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 
land and wharf companies in Bos- 
ton, and information concerning them. 
July 1, 1903. unp. folio. 54044 

Geo. Burroughs and G. L. De Blois, 
Boston. Mass. A 63091, July 1, 1903; 
2c. July 8, 1903. 



Prison (The) chaplain. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 19, 1903. ' 54045 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 57120, 
Apr. 8, 190:5; 2 c. Sept. 21, lo 13. 

Progressive medicine . . . ed. bv II. A 
Hare . . . assisted by II. K. Ml Landis 
... v. 3. September, bio;; . . . 
Philadelphia and New York, Lea 

brothers & co., 1003. illus. 25 cm. 

54046 

Lea brothers &co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

A67S51. Sept. 8, 1003; 2c. Sept. 8, 1003. 

Raymond, Frances Effinger. Progressive 
studies in English . . . Chicago, 
The Gregg publishing company. 1003. 
vi, 119 p. 18cm. 

3— 208S2 54047 

John R. Gregg, Chicago, 111. A 

66420, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31. 1003. 

Record-herald's answers by experts; 
fearful experience with deadly cobras. 

54048 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, II!. A 

68801, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

line game birds in peril of extinc- 
tion. 54049 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
68189, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

many practical hints for the home 

nurse. 54050 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68470, Sept, 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

mysterious migration of feathered 

host*'. 54051 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68647, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Panics and causes, theory of recur- 
rence. 54052 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68471, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

physical habits of long-lived persons. 

54053 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68565, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

says America leads in matchmaking 

results. 54054 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

6S707, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Red book of statistics. Aug.. 1003. 100 

pp. 48 c . 54055 

C. Mont Benton, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 03844, July 13. 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10. 

1903. 

Reinlein (Fred). The use of the gasoline 
torch in lighting injects and fungi. 

54056 
F. Reinlein, Mt. Vernon, 111. A 

Sept. 21, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 21, 1003. 



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Kemarkable drawings by a 14-year old 
child. In American magazine sup- 
plement, New York American and jour- 
nal, Sept. 20, 1903. 54057 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68835, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Remnitz ( Virginia Yeaman). Frivolous 
Polly. 54058 

V. Y. Kemnitz, U. S. A 66883, Aug. 
22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Richardson (Anna S. ) At Sisconsett 

Point. 54059 

T. C. McClure. New York, N. Y. A 

68817, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Richest (The) man in Paris must spend 
one day in jail. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 54060 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68393, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Rider ( Hattie Preston ) . Linda' s venture. 

54061 
Dailv story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. " A 68811, Sept. 21, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Ridge's (Peter J.) great western academy 

of dancing. 4 pp. 16°. 54062 

Peter Joseph Ridge, Chicago, 111. A 

68448, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16,1903. 

Ripley, Frederic H. Harmonic third 
reader, by Frederic H. Ripley . . . 
and Thomas Tapper ... * New 
York, Cincinnati [etc.] American book 
company [1903] 160 p. 19Jxl5Jcm. 
( Their Natural music course) 
3—22835 54063 

F. H. Riplev and Thomas Tapper, 
Boston, Mass. ' A 63617, July 9, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Roe, E[dward] P [ay son] From jest to 
earnest. New York, Dodd, Mead 
and company [1903] 1 p. 1., vi, 434 p. 
front. 19 cm. 

3—22819 54064 

Anna P. Roe, New York, N. Y., in 
renewal for 14 vears from Sept. 30, 
1903. A 56756, Apr. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903. 

Rowsev (A. C. ) I will repay — Charles. 

54065 

A. C. Rowsev, United States. A 

66885, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Saltus (Edgar) The Princess of the 
Golden Isle. The digressions con- 
tinued. 54066 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68656, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 



Saltus (Edgar) — Continued. 

The man hesitated. 54067 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68722, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

O Berkellner! 54068 

\\. R. Hearst. New York. N. Y. A 
68572, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Value of a gold pen. 54069 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
65020, July 28, 1903; 2 c. July 28, 1903. 

I Sanderson (James Gardner). Every 

seven years. 54070 

J. G. Sanderson, United States. A 

66884, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

I Sangster, Mrs. Margaret E[lizabeth ( Mun- 
son)] Eleanor Lee; a novel. New 
York, London [etc.] F. H. Re veil com- 
pany [1903] 322 p. incl. front. 20* 
cm. 

3-22512 54071 

Fleming H. Re veil company. Chi- 
cago, 111. A 68045, Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903. 

Sangster (Margaret E. ) Wives should be 
their husbands' business partners. 

54072 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68510, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Schermerhorn (John Egmont). My au- 
tomobile routes from and to Lenox. 
Route 3. Card, 9 by 5 inches. 54073 
J. E. Schermerhorn, New York, 
N. Y. A 68217, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 
21, 1903. 

Scream (The) of the locomotive for the 
first time echoes along the shores of the 
Lake of Galilee. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 54074 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y A 
68392, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Seabury, Joseph B[artlett] Porto Rico; 
the land of the rich port. New York, 
Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett and 
company [1903] 1 p. 1., 224 p. front, 
(map) illus. 19 cm. (The world and 
its people, book xn) 54075 

Silver, Burdett & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 58789, May 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Secret service, no. 243. 4°. 54076 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67690, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

no. 244. 54077 

Frank Tousev, New York. N. Y. 
A 67691, Sept. 4; 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 



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rick, Henry Dwight. Essays on 
great writers, by Henry Dwight Sedir- 
vrick, jr. Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and eoinpanv, 1903. 
4 p. 1.. 354 p., 1 1. 20 cm. 
3—2: 54078 

ts.— Lockhart's 111 - — D'An- 

nunzio. novelist.— Montaigne.— Ma caulay.— 
English and French literature. —Don Quix- 
ote.— A holiday with Montaigne.— Some 

its of Thackeray. 

H. D. Sedgwick, jr., New York, X. 
Y. A 67538, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 9, 

1903. 

Self-supporting (A) girl writes to ask. 
In American magazine supplement, 
Yew York American and journal, Sept. 
20, 1903. 54079 

W. R. Hearst. Yew York. Y. Y. 
A 68844, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c. Sept. 21. 1903. 

Servis? (Garrett P.) The destruction of 
comets. 54080 

W. R. Hearst, Yew York, Y. Y. 
A 68720, Sept. 19, 1903: 2c. Sept. 19,1903. 

Science knows nothing of ghosts. 

54081 

W. R. Hearst, Yew York. Y. Y. A 

68832, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21. 1903. 

Seymour (George F. ) . . . The foreign- 

izing of American girls. 54082 

\Y. R. Hearst, New York, Y. Y. A 

68660, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Shackleton, James. System in poultry 
practice ... v. 1. Milburn, Y. J., 

J. Shackleton, 1903. illus. 15 cm. 

54083 

J. Shackleton, Short Hills, N. J. A 

55502, Mar. 12, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Shambaugh, George E [liner] The dis- 
tribution of blood-vessels in the laby- 
rinth of the ear of sus scrofa domes- 
ticus . . . Chicago, The University 
of Chicago press, 1903. 20 p. 8 col. 
pi. 28i cm. 

8—17976 54084 

Printed from First series, vol. x (p. 137-154) 
of the Decennial publications of the Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 50729, Jan. 13,1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 

Sheldon (Charles M.) The narrow gate. 

Chapt. 1. In Christian herald, June 

30, 1903. 54085 

C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 

62298, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Chap. 2. July 8, 1903. 54086 

C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 
66115, June 26, 1903; 2 c. July 8, 1903. 

Chap. 3. July 22. 1903. 54087 

C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 
66117, Julv 18,1903; 2 c. July 21, 1903. 



Sheldon (Charles M. )— Continued. 

Cinq). 3 continued. Julv 29, 

54088 
C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 

66118, July IS, 11)03; 2 c. July 28, 1903. 

Chap. 3 continued oc Chap. 4. Aug. 

5, 1903. 54089 

C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 

66119, July 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903. 

Chap. 4 continued. Aug. 12, 1903. 

54090 
C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 

66043, Aug. 8, 1903: 2 c. Aug. 11, 190::. 

Chap. 4 continued. Aug. 19, 1903. 

54091 

C. 31. Sheldon, Topeka, Kans. A 

66044, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

Sheridan,~\Yilbur Fletcher. The Sunday- 
night service; a study in continuous 
evangelism. Cincinnati, Jennings 

and Pve; Yew York, Eaton and Mains 
[1903] 244 p. 19 cm. 
3—22550 54092 

Jennings & Pve, Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
67534, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Slosson, Mrs. Annie (Trumbull) Fishin' 
Jimmy, with illustrations by Alice Bar- 
ber Stephens. Yew York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1903. 3 p. 1., 66 p. inch 
illus., plates, front. 20 cm. 
3—22508 54093 

Charles Scribner's sons. Yew York, 
Y. Y. A 68222, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

Smith, Gertrude. The stories of Peter 
and Ellen . . . illustrated by E. Mars 
and M. H. Squire. Yew York and 
London, Harper & brothers, 1903. 4 
p. 1., 137. [1] p. col. front., 14 col. 
pi. 22 cm. 

3—22816 54094 

Harper & bros.. Yew York, Y. Y. A 

64293, July 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Smith, W[illiam] Roy. South Carolina 
as a royal province, 1< 19-1776 . . . 
Yew York, London, The Macmillan 
company, 1903. xix, 441 p. 22} cm. 
3—22841 54095 

•• List of authorities quoted": p. 417-4i.'0. 

Macmillan company, Yew York, Y.Y. 
A 68420, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

The Social circle in Concord, Concord, 
Mass. The centenary of the birth of 
Ralph Waldo Emerson as observed in 
Concord May 25, 1903, under the di- 
rection of the social circle in Concord 
. . . [Cambridge] Printed at the 

Riverside press for the Social circle in 



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The social circle in Concord — Continued. 
Concord, 1903. 5 p. 1., 136 p., 11. 
front, (port. ) 20 cm. 
3— 20S75 54096 

John Shepard Keves, Concord, Mass. 
A 66772. Alio-. 21,1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Solidarity. 54097 

Archer G. Jones, Richmond, Ya. A 

68794, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Somerset {Lachj Henry) . Habit of judg- 
ing is woman's greatest danger. 54098 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
68347, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Sonnichsen (Albert). The chief dis- 
graces of the sailor. 54099 
A. Sonnichsen, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68826. Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

The terrible Turk an amusing sailor. 

54100 

A. Sonnichsen, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68824, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

So Relle. Rupert P. romp. Words; 
their spelling, pronunciation, defini- 
tion and application. Comp. by R. P. 
So Relle ... and C. W. Kitt . . . 
Chicago, The Gregg publishing com- 
pany, 1903. 127 p. 17 cm. 54101 
John R. Gregg. Chicago, 111. A 
66852, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Souvenir views of Independence, Iowa 
. . . Independence, la., Xorthern 
Iowa land co., 1903. 1 p. 1.. 24 pi. 
14 x 18* cm. 54102 

Xorthern Iowa land company, Inde- 
pendence, Iowa. A 63792, July 11, 
1903; 2 c, Aug. 25, 1903. 

Sparhawk, Frances Campbell. Honor 
Dalton; a novel, by Frances Campbell 
Sparhawk. Xew York, London [etc] 
F. H. Revell company [1903] 419 p. 
20 \ cm. 

3—21016 54103 

Fleming 11. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 67434, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 1. 1903. 

Spears, John R[andolph]. Anthony 
Wayne, sometimes called "Mad An- 
thony." Xew York, D. Appleton 
and company, 1903. 4 p. 1., 249 p. 
front,, plates, port., fold. map. 19* 
cm. {Half-title: Appleton's historic- 
lives) 

3—20871 54104 

D. Appleton & co., New York, X. Y. 
A 672'x), Aim-. 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1903. 



Spears, John R[andolph] — Continued. 

A history of the Mississippi Valley, 

from its discovery to the end of foreign 
domination. The narrative of the 
founding of an empire, shorn of current 
myth, and enlivened hj the thrilling 
adventures of discoverers, pioneers, 
frontiersmen, Indian fighters, and 
homemakers. By John R. Spears . . . 
in collaboration with A. H. Clark . . . 
Xew York, A. S. Clark, 1903. 2 p. 1., 
xx p., 1 1., 416 p. front., illus., plates, 
ports., maps (partly fold.) plans. 24£ 
cm. 

3—20461 54105 

A. S. Clark, Brooklvn, X. Y. A 

63734, July 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

The Spectator company, New York. Fire 
insurance laws, taxes and fees; con- 
taining a digest of the statutory require- 
ments in the United States and Canada 
relating to fire insurance companies 
and agents, with many quotations from 
the statutes; also a compilation of 
count v and municipal taxes and fees. 
Rev. to August 1, 1903. Xew Y ork, 
The • Spectator company, 1903. 337, 
[1] p. 24* cm. 
3—20410 54106 

Spectator companv, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66492, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1903. 

Speed. 4 pp. 54107 

Automobile topics, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 68520, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Spencer (Margaret). After many days. 

54108 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68574, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 

Spofford, Mrs. Harriet [Elizabeth] (Pres- 
cott) That Betty, . . . Xew York, 
London [etc.] F. H. Revell company 
[1903] 200 p. 20 cm. 
3—21012 54109 

Fleming H. Revell companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. ~ A 67433, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 1,1903. 

Stearns, Frank Preston. Xapoleon and 
Machiavelli; two essays in political sci- 
ence . . . Cambridge, The River- 
side press, 1903. 5 p. 1., 124 p. 20 cm. 
3—20887 54110 

Conti tits. — The man of destiny.— The Water- 
loo campaign. — Goethe's position in practical 
politics.— The politics of "The Divina corn- 
media." — Machiavelli' s " Prince."— Dante's 
political allegory. 

F. P. Stearns, Somerville. Mass. A 
64360, July 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 



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Stephenson, Nathaniel. Eleanor Dayton. 
New York A: London, J. Lane, 1903. 
315 p. 20 cm. 

3—20902 54111 

John Lane, New York, N. Y. A 

67575, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 31, 1903. 

Steward, John F[letcher] Lost Mara- 
mech and earliest Chicago; a history of 
the Foxes and of their downfall near 
the great village of Maramech; original 
investigations and discoveries . . . 
Chicago, London [etc.] F. H. Revell 
company, 1903. 7 p.. 1 1., 9-390 p. 
inch front., illus. 22 pi., 1 facsim. 2H 
cm. 

3—20460 54112 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 66083, Aue. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

Stiles (G. AY. ) Hsiao C'hing's stratagem. 

54113 
S. S. McClure companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 66886, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Stoddard, Charles Augustus. Cruising 
among the Caribbees; summer days in 
winter months . . . Eev. and enl. 
. . . New York, C. Scribner's sons, 
1903. 1 p. 1., xi, 246 p. front., 21 pi. 
21 cm. 

3—21561 54114 

Charles Scribner's sons, New York, 
N. Y. A 67507, Sept. 2, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 

Stoddard, William O [shorn] The spy of 
Yorktown; a story of Arnold and Wash- 
ington in the last year of the war of 
independence ..." illustrated by B. 
AY. Clinedinst. New York, 1). Ap- 
pleton and company, 1903. vii, 229 p. 
col. front., 5 pi. 20 cm. 
3—20587 54115 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 66845, Aug. 22, 1903; 2c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Stohr, Philipp. Text-book of histology, 
including the microscopic technic . . . 
5th American from the 10th German 
ed., tr. by Dr. Emma L. Bilstein . . . 
ed., with additions, by Dr. Alfred Scha- 
per . . . with 353 illustrations. Phil- 
adelphia, P. Blackiston's sons & co., 
1903. xvi, 17-485 p. illus. (partly 
col. i 25., cm. 
■".—22828" 54116 

"Books recommended for collateral study ' ' : 
p. 471-47J. 

Alfred Schaper, Breslau, Germany. 
A 66986, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Stratemeyer, Edward. At the fall of 
Montreal; or, A soldier boy's final vic- 
tory . . . illustrated by A V B. Shute. 
Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1903. viii p. , 



Stratemeyer, Edward— Continued. 

I 1., 312 p. from., 7 pi. p.) cm. [Hi* 

Colonial scries) 

3—19437 54117 

Lee & Shepard, Boston, .Mass. A 
67208, Aug. 28, \W,); 2 c. Aug. 17. L903. 

Bound to he an electrician; or, Frank- 
lin Bell's success . . . Loston. Lee 

and Shepard, 1903. iv, 249 p. front., 
3])1. 19.] cm. (His Working upward 
series [v. 2] ) 
3—20581 54118 

Lee & Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

62112, June 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27. L903. 

Fighting for his own; or, The for- 
tunes of a young artist . . . Boston, 
Lee and Shepard, 1903. vi, 233 p. 
front., 3 pi. 19£ cm. (His Working 
upward series [v. 4] ) 
3—20580 54119 

Lee & Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

62113, June 17^1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Shorthand Tom, the reporter; or, 

The exploits of a bright boy . . . 
Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1903. iv p.. 
11., [51-259 p. front., 3 pi. 19 cm. 
[His Working upward series [v. 3]) 
3—20583 54120 

Lee & Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

62114, June 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Theyoungauctioneer; or, The polish- 
ing of a rolling stone . . . Boston, Lee 
and Shepard, 1903. iv, 310 p. front., 
3 pi. 19| cm. [His Working upward 
series, v. 1] 

3—20456 54121 

Lee & Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

60159, May 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Stringer, Arthur [John Arbuthnott] The 
silver poppy; a novel. New York, 
D. Appleton and companv, 1903. vi, 
291 p. 19* cm. 

3—20453 54122 

I). Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 64338, Julv 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1903. 

Swanzy, Henry R[osborough] A hand- 
book of the diseases of the eye and. 
their treatment . . . 8th ed., rev., 
with 168 illustrations and zephyr card 
of Holmgren's tests. Philadelphia, P. 
Blakiston's son & co.. 1903. 580 p. 
illus., 1 i>l., diagrs. 21 cm. 
3—20476 54123 

"References" at end of chapters. 
P. Blakiston's son & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 64524, Julv 21. V^:); 2 c. 
An-. 25, 1903. 






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Sweet (AdaC. ) When Edward was gone 
a-fishing. 54124 

Dailv story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 68810, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Sweetser, Kate Dickinson. Micky of the 
alley, and other youngsters . . . illus- 
trated by George Alfred Williams. 
Xew York, D. Appleton and company, 
1903. ix, 176 p. front.. 3 pi. 19* cm. 
3—22511 54125 

Contents. — Mickey of the alley.— A millinery 
opening. — Othello, jr. — James Barkerding. 
knight.— Sal: her story.— Marooned. 

D. Appleton & co., New York, X. Y. 
A 66847, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 
1903. 
Taber, Irving. Adam and Eye in the 
Garden of Eden . . . Startle, O., 
1903. 79 p. 23x13* cm. 54126 

I. Taber, Startle, Ohio. A 52031. 
Jan. 31, 1903; 2 c. July 24, 1903. 

Taber (Susan H.) tr. Among the ruins. 

54127 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt A 6S802, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Taggart, Marion Ames. At Aunt Anna's 
. . . illustrated by W. L. Jacobs. 
Xew York, 1). Appleton and company, 
1903. xi, 271 p. front., 3 pi. 19* cm. 
3—22110 5~4128 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66843, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Talmage (Frank De Witt.) Labor's 
eyenings. In The Christian herald, 
Sept. 9, 1903. 54129 

Louis Klopsch, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 67246, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1903. 

Taylor, Joseph Russell. The overture 
[poem-] Boston and Xew York, 

Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1903. 
viii, 91, [1] p. 19* cm. 
3—21582 54130 

J. R. Tavlor, Columbus, Ohio. A 
67216, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 

Tengwall file & ledger co. Tengwall 
time-savers . . . Chicago [The 

Tengwall press] 1903. 52 p. illus. 
22 cm. 54131 

Tengwall file and ledger company, 
Chicago, 111. A 65034, July 20, 1903; 
2 c. July 20, 1903. 

Tennessee. General assembly. Revised 
road laws of the state of Tennessee 
(annotated) 1901 to 1903, applicable to 
counties under 70,000 . . . Nash- 

ville, Tenn., Marshall & Bruce com- 
pany [1903] 12 p. 22 cm. 54132 
Marshall & Bruce company, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. A 64465, July 20, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 



Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, 1st baron. 
Gareth and Lynette; Lancelot and 
Elaine; The passing of Arthur; with 
an introductory sketch and explanatory 
notes. Boston, Xew York [etc.] 
Houghton, Mifflin and company [1903] 
128}). front, (port.) facsim. 18 cm. 
(The Riyerside literature series [no. 
156] ) 

3—22581 54133 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 



Mass. A 68117. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 



Sept. 11, 190> 



Thomas (Julian P.) Mal-assimilation 
and health. Sheets, 9 by 8 inches. 

" 54134-54140 
J. P. Thomas, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68618-68624, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. each 
Sept, 18, 1903. 

Thompson, W[illiam] C[arter] On the 
road with a circus. [Xew York? 
1903] 259 p. front., plates. 19* cm. 
3—20989 5~4141 

W. C. Thompson, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66223, Aug. 10, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 
1903. 

Thorp (William). The world's last 

"Terra incognita." 54142 

AY. Thorp, Xew Y r ork, X. Y. A 

68825, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 

1903. 

Thwing, Eugene. The Red-Keggers; 
illustrations by W. Herbert Dunton. 
Xew York, The Book-lover press, 1903. 
4 p. 1., 429 p. front., 9 pi. 20* cm. 
3-22099 54143 

Consolidated retail booksellers, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 65954, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Tomlinson (Everett T. ) The winner. 

chap. 23. 54144 

American Baptist publication society, 

Philadelphia, Pa. A 61041, June 3, 

1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

chap. 24-25. 54145 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 61772, June 13. 
1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

chap. 25 continued & 26. 54146 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 62302, June 19, 
1903; 2 c. July 13, 1903. 

chap. 27. 54147 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 62303, June 19, 
1903; 2 c. July 20, 1903. 

chap. 28 & 29. 54148 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 64147, July 1, 
1903; 2 c. July 25, 1903. 



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Tomlinson i Everett T.)— Continued. 
— chap. 30. 54149 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 64148, July 1, 
1908; 2 c. Auo. l, 1903. 

Tomlinson, Everett T[its\vorth] The 
winner . . . Philadelphia, The Griffith 
A: Rowland press. 1903. vi p., 1 1., 
9-308 p. front., 11 pi. 20 cm. 
3—20586 54150 

American Baptist publication societv, 
Philadelphia, Fa. A 63772, July 11, 
1908; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 



— With flintlock and life, a tale of the 
French and Indian wars; with illustra- 
tions by Frank O. Small. Boston 
and Chicago, W. A. Wilde companv 
[1903] 356 p. front., 4 pi. 20 cm. " 
3—22812 54151 
W. A. Wilde companv, Boston, Mass. 
A 60551, June 10, 1903; 1 c. Sept, 16, 
1903; 1 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Topics of the week in the British capital. 
/// New York times, Sept. 13, 1903. 

54152 

New York times, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 68296, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Torrey, Bradford. The clerk of the woods 
. . . Boston and XewYork, Houghton, 
Mifflin and companv, 1903. viii p., 
1 1., 280 p., 1 1. 18 cm. 
3—22540 54153 

B. Torrev, Welleslev Hills, Mass. A 
67539, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Tracy, John C [lay ton] Xotes on plane 
surveying, for use in the field. Xew 
Haven, Press of J. T. Hathaway, 1903. 
105 p. 17£ cm. 

3—22556 " 54154 

J. C. Tracv, Xew Haven, Conn. A 

66217, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Trade in live stock. In Kansas Citv star, 

Sept. 14, 1903. '54155 

Kansas Citv star companv, Kansas 

Citv, Mo. A 66584, Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 

Sept, 15, 1903. 54156 

Kansas Citv star companv, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 66585. Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 54157 

Kansas Citv star companv, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A '66586. Aug. 17,' 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54158 

Kansas Citv star companv, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A'66587, Aug. 17," 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

95 



Trade in live stock— Continued. 

Sept. 18, L903. 54159 

Kansas City star companv, Kansas 

Citv, Mo. A. 66588, Aim-. 17,1903; 2c 

Sept. 21, 1908. 

Trask, Albert. Xotes on Michigan's laws 
of evidence . . . Saginaw, Mich., 
Seemann & Peters, printers, 1008. (550, 
xi p. 1/ cm. 

8-20411 54160 

A. Trask, Saginaw, Mich. A 63517, 
June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Twentieth century calendar. Card, 9 by 

7 inches. 54161 

Otis X. Chase, Boston, Mass. A 

68207, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

The United States playing card co. En- 
tertaining with cards. 4th ed. . . . 
Cincinnati, O., The United States play- 
ing card co. [1903] 57 p. illus. 18 cm. 

54162 
United States plaving card companv, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. ' A 53690, Feb. 24, 
1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903. 

Yiskniskki (Guy T. ) Truly celestial life 
of the Chinese child. 54163 

G. T. Yiskniskki, New York, X". Y. 
A 68314, Sept. 14,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14,1903. 

VVaide, Milton. Treatise on his "One 
man method of photographv " . . . 
[New York? 1903] 31 p. 18 cm. 

54164 

M. Waide, Xew York, X. Y. A 

64908, Julv 23, 1903; 2 c. July 23, 1903. 



Wait, William. The practice at Law 
... v. 6. Albany, W. Gould & 
son, 1875. 24* cm. 54165 

W. Wait and Isaac V. A. AVait, 
Kinderhook, X. Y., in renewal for 14 
years from Oct. 4, 1903. A 67331, Aug. 
29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Wand's citv of Bavonne directory. 1903- 
1904 . . . Elizabeth, X. J., Wand 
directory co., 1903. 24 cm. 
3—19996 54166 

A. F. Reitemever, Elizabeth. X. J. 
A 67179, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1903. 

Watrous, George Ansel, ed. Elizabethan 
dramatists: Marlowe's "Dr. Faustus," 
Jonson's "Everyman in his humour," 
Beaumont and Fletcher's " Philaster," 
with an introduction and m ►tes. Xew 
York, T. Y. Crowell & co. [1903] xvi, 
293 p. front., ports. 16 cm. (On 
cover: Handy volume classics. | 
3—22086 54167 

Thomas Y. Crowell &co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 67989, Sept. 0, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Way down in Arkansaw. 54168 

Joseph W. Oliver, Leavenworth, 
Kans. A 67091, Aug. 13, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1903. 

Weather bulletin. In Foster's forecasts, 

Sept. 5, 1903. 54169 

W. T. Foster, Washington, D. C. A 

68714, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Webster, W[illiam] F[ranklin] Ele- 
mentary composition . . . Boston, 
New York [etc.] Houghton, Mifflin 
and company [1903] vi, [2], 323, [1] 
p. inch 7 pi., I port, 19^cm. (Webster- 
Coolev language series) 
3— 21o77 54170 

Houghton, Miffln & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. ' A 67275, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 2, 1903. 

Wedding (The) book. 14 pp. 16°. 

54171 
Haberdasher company, New York, 
N. Y. A 63731, July 10, 1903; 2 c. July 
July 10, 1903. 

Wells, Edward H[yde] New Y^ork rail- 
way law. Constitutional and statutory 
provisions affecting steam, cable, elec- 
tric, elevated and other railroads, with 
decisions and forms. References to all 
reported cases to July, 1903 ... 3d 
ed. Albany, Banks & company, 1903. 
xxxiii, 901 p. 24 cm. 
3—22573 54172 

Banks & companv, Albany, N. Y. A 
66853, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 29, 1903. 

Wetmore, Claude H[azeltine] In a Bra- 
zilian jungle; being a story of adven- 
ture, with an insight into Brazilian life 
and industries, with illustrations by H. 
Burgess. Boston and Chicago, W. A. 
Wilde company [1903] 315 p. front., 
4 pi. 20 cm. 

3—22810 54173 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston, Mass. 

A61554, June 10, 1903; 2c.Sept. 16, 1903. 

What accountancy teaches and practice 

reveals, unp. '24°. 54174 

Frank Rudd Dutton, Pittsburg, Pa. 

A 64835, July 27, 1903; 1 c. Julv 27, 1903; 

1 c. July 3i; 1903. 

What Lucy did. In American magazine 

supplement, New York American and 

Journal, Sept. 13, 1903. 54175 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68397, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Wheeler, Grace Denison. The homes of 
our ancestors in Stonington, Conn. 
Salem, Mass., Newcomb & Gauss, print- 
ers, 1903. 4 p. 1., 286 p. front., illus. 
24 cm. 

3—22839 54176 

G. D. Wheeler, Salem, Mass. A 

64444, July 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 



When a multi-millionaire goes camping 
out. In American magazine supple- 
ment, New York American and jour- 
nal, Sept. 13, 1903. 54177 
W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
68399, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Whitcomb, Merrick. Suggestions to 
teachers, designed to accompany A his- 
tory of modern Europe . . . New 
York and London, D. Appleton and 
company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 43 p. 19£ cm. 
(Twentieth century text-books) 

54178 

D. Appleton & co., New York. N. Y. 

A 66848, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

White, Frank L. Rigger's crow and 
"It." Two poems. Rome, Ga., 
White & Echols, 1903. 16 p. 16 cm. 

54179 
F. L. White, Rome, Ga. A 64357, 
July 18, 1903; 2 c Aug. 14, 1903. 

Whitehurst (Isabel C.) Greater love. 

54180 
Daily storv publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 68809, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Whitlock, W[illiam] F[rancis] The story 
of the book concerns . . . Cincin- 
nati, Jennings and Pye; New York, 
Eaton and Mains [1903] 204 p. 15 cm. 
{On corer: Little books on practice) 
3—21741 54181 

A history of the Methodist book concern 
and its forerunners. 

Jennings & Pye, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 66865, Aug. 22/1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Whitson, John H [arvey] With Fremont 
the pathfinder; or, Winning the em- 
pire of gold; illustrated by William F. 
Stecher. Boston and Chicago, W. A. 
Wilde companv [1903] 320 p. front., 
4 pi. 20 cm. 

3—22522 54182 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston, Mass. 

A 61553, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16,1903. 

Why box A at the Casino is empty. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Sept. 20, 
1903. 54183 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68839, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Wiggin, Kate Douglas [(Smith)] "Mrs. 
G. C. Riggs." Half-a-dozen house- 
keepers; a story for girls in half-a-dozen 
chapters . . . pictures by MillsThomp- 
son. Philadelphia, H. Altemuscom- 
pany [1903] ix p., 1 1., 13-162 p. inch 
front. 5 pi. 18 cm. 
3—21719 54184 

Henry Altemus, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 64786, July 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 



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Wilrox (Ella Wheeler). Let life be your 

college. 54185 

\V. K. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68833, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21. 1903. 

Suburban homes. 54186 

\V. H. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 
68512, Sept. 10. 1903; 2 e. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Wild west weekly, no. 48. 4°. 54187 
Frank Tousey, New York, X. Y. A 

07700, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

no. 49. 54188 

Frank Tousev, New York, X". Y. A 

07701, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Williams, H[ugh] R. The decision in 
paradise . . . Richmond, Ya., H. T. 
Kzekiel, printer, 1903. vii, [9]-56 p. 
front, (port, ) 144- cm. 54189 

H. R. Williams, Richmond, Ya. A 
66498, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Williams' Dayton directory for 1903-1904 
. . . Cincinnati, O., The Williams 
directory co., 1903. 24 cm. 54190 

Williams directory co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. A 66851, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

Willis, Frederick Milton. The city of Is, 
and other poems; frontispiece by P>nest 
C. Piexotto[!] . . . San Francisco, 
Cal., Mercury press [1903] 3 p. 1., 122 
p. front, 18 cm. 

3—22535 54131 

F. M. Willis, Berkelev, Cal. A 

59302, May 9, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 10, 1903. 

[Willmarth. Cora D.] comp. Widows 
grave and otherwise . . . purloined 
by an ex-widow and pictured by a 
victim; published by an immune. 
[San Francisco, P. Elder and company, 
1903] [102] p. front., 4 pi. 20xl2J 
em. 

Illustrated by A. F. Willmarth. 
3—20484 54192 

Paul Elder & co., San Francisco, Cal. 
A 60762, June 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Wise (The) man and the foolish man. 

54193 
J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 68648, 
Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 



Wood, Charles Seely. The sword of 
Wayne; a story of the way Or smote 
the Indians and brought them to sue 
for peace . . . illustrated l»\ Chase 
Emerson. Boston, Chicago", W. A. 
Wilde company [1903] 1 p. I., 370 p. 
front., 4 pi. 19.] em. 
3—22815 54194 

W. A. Wilde company, Boston, Mass. 
A 01555, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Woodward, Mrs. Mary C. (Sloan i. Dark- 
ness and dawn [poems] . . . Day- 
ton, 0., Press of United Brethren pub- 
lishing house, 1903. xviii p., 11., 
[21]-157p. front, (port.) 23^ cm. 
3—19424 " 54195 

M. C. S. Woodward, Osborn, Ohio. 
A 63098, July 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 

Work and win, no. 250. 4°. 54196 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67685, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 
no. 251. 54197 

Frank Tousey, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67686, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Wright, Grant. The art of caricature. 
New York, The author, 1903. 55, [7] 
p. inch illus., plates. 18 cm. 
3—20570 54198 

G. Wright, Xew York, X. Y. A 
67145, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Wright's life insurance gain and loss ex- 
hibit sheets, 1902. Preface and expla- 
nations. 4 pp. 8°. 54199 
W. C. Wright, Medford, Mass. A 
68133, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Yes, it costs me $25,000 a year to dress. 
In American magazine supplement, 
New York American and journal, Sept. 
20, 1903. 54200 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68841, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Young, Egerton R[yerson] Algonquin 
Indian tales . . . Xew York, Eaton & 
Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Pve 
[1903] 258 p. front., 25 pi. 20£ cm. 
3—21303 5"4201 

E. R. Young, Toronto, Canada. A 
62224, June 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 



X umber of books proper and pamphlets since Jan. 1 , 1903 8,375 

Number of leaflets, etc., since Jan. 1, 1903 3, 216 

Number of periodical contributions since Jan. 1, 1903 5, 726 

Total number of Book entries since Jan. 1, 1903 17, 317 



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CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 
To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 



would read, if printed in full. '-Copyright bv Thomas S. Denison, Chicago, 111. 
3818. Aug. 19, 1933; 2 copies received Sept. 25, 1903." 



(lass I), XXc, no. 



All a mistake; a farce comedy in three 
acts bv \V. C. Parker. 54 pp. 16°. 

54202 

Thomas S. Denison, Chicago, 111. D 

3848, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Boabdil, the last of the Moorish kings. 

28 pp. f°. 54203 

Mrs. Ida Schweppe, San Antonio, 

Tex. D 3992. Sept. 22, 1903; 2 tvpe- 

written c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Buster Brown; farce comedy in two acts; 

book and lvrics bv George Totten 

Smith. 38 pp. 16°.' 54204 

John Leffler, New York, N. Y. D 

4007, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Capital and labor, dramatized bv Bernard 

Kling. f°. 54205 

Thomas W. Bilello, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

D 3991, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 
Club (The) woman and the hero; a 

comedietta by Opie Read. 20 pp. 

16°. 54206 

T. S. Denison, Chicago, 111. D 3849, 

Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Cobra (The). 12 pp. 8°. 54207 

Jennie Sherman Ennis, Detroit, 
Mich. D 3982, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

The disconsolate monarch [drama] by 
Everard Roberts. New York, The 
Knickerbocker press, 1903. 3 p. 1., 
215 p. plates. 23 J cm. Illus. t.-p. 
Head and tail pieces. On cover: Pri- 
vately printed, New York, 1903. 
3—21585 54208 

Everard Roberts, United States. D 
3894, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Empire (The) state express, by Walter 

Montague. f°. 54209 

Walter Montague, New York, N. Y. 

D 3990, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 tvpe written c. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 

Eternal (The) feminine; a drama in four 

acts, by Frances Nathan. 8°. 54210 

Frances Nathan, New York, N. Y. 

D 2050, June 12, 1902; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept, 23, 1903. 

Girl (The) from Missouri, comedy drama 

in four acts. 8°. 54211 

Lawrence Macdonald, St. Louis, Mo. 
D 3999, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 



Heroine (A) in rags, melodrama in four 
acts, by Scott Marble. 8°. 54212 

Francis R. Stewart & Fred G. Follett, I 
New York. N. Y. D 3998, Sept. 241 
1903; 2 typewritten c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

Lady (The) of Mexico; a play in four > 
acts, by Collarbox. 39 pp. 8°. 54213 

Barnev Hoskin Standish, Minneapo- 1 
lis, Minn. D 3890, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Lady Teazle; a musical play in three acts 
bv John Kendrick Bangs and Roderic 
C. Penfield. 8°. 54214 

John Kendrick Banss & Roderic C. 
Penfield. D 3297, Apr. 16, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept, 26, 1903. 

J Live-ever-more. 10 pp. 8° 54215 

Jennie Sherman Ennis, Detroit, MichJ 
D 3981, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 tvpewritten c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Masque (The) of the white rose, a plays 
in four acts, bv James MacArthur and 
Max Pemberton. 8°. 54216 

James MacArthur, New York. N. Y. 
D 3997, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 tvpewritten c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Memory. 6 pp. 8°. 54217 

Maurice Victor Samuels, New York,' 
N. Y. D 3974, Sept, 19, 1903; 2 tvpe- 
written c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Minister (A) of Gotham; a farcical com- 
edy in three acts, bv Benjamin Frank- 
lin Stalnaker. 86 pp. f°. 54218 
Benjamin Franklin Stalnaker, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. D3741, Julv 21, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Monna Vanna; a play in three acts by 

Maurice Maeterlinck, translated by 

Alexis Irene Du Pont Coleman. 54219 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. YJ 

D 3754, July 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Northfield (The) bank robbery; or, The 

VToungers' last stand. 8°. 54220 

Ernest Stout, Chicago, 111. D 2787,, 

Dec. 5, 1902; 2 tvpewritten c. Sept. 28, 

1903. 

On a sleeper; one act comedy bv Willard 

Holcotnb. 22 pp. 8°. 54221 

Willard Holcomb. Toledo, Ohio. D 

2162, July 28, 1902; 2 tvpewritten c. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 



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L053 



peaceful (The) villa; one act farce by 
Rita di Rovey. 24 pp. 8 C . 54222 

Rita di Rovey, San Francisco, Cal. 
D3865, Aug. 8, 1903; 1 typewritten c. 
Aug. 24, L903; 1 typewritten c. Sept. 
22, L903. 

Dueen (The) commands; a romantic play 
in four acts. by Frames Nathan. 8°. 

54223 
Frances Nathan, New York, X. Y. 
D 3994, Sept. 23, L903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

feergeant Kitty. 8°. 54224 

Robert II. Burnside, New York, X. 
• Y. D 3978, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 typewrit- 
ten c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Siren (The); a drama in five acts by 

Frances Nathan. 8°. 54225 

Frances Nathan, New York, N. Y. 

D 2049, Jnnel2, 1902; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 

Der strom. Drama in drei aufziigen yon 
Max Halbe. New York, E. Lederer, 
1903. 101 p. IS* cm. 
3—22098 54226 

Max Halbe, Berlin, Germany. D 
3843, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5,' 1903. 



Terence. 8°. 

Mrs. Edmund Nash 
land, Ohio. I) 397(5, 



54227 
Morgan, Oleve- 
Sept. 19, 1903: 



2 typewritten c. .Inly 20, 1903. 

" Tokalon," two character musical sketch 
in four parts, by Alonzo S. Gear. 3 
pp. 12°. 54228 

Alonzo S. Gear, New York, X. V. 
D4002. Sept. 8, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept, 8, 1903. 

What's the matter with Susan? a farcical 
comedy in three acts, by Leo Ditrich- 
stein. ' 8°. 54229 

Leo Ditrichstein, New York, N. Y. 
D 3983, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept, 21, 1903. 

"Wizard (The) of Oz," in three acts, by 

L. Frank Baum. 8°. 54230 

L. Prank Baum, Chicago, 111. D 

4008, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept, 17, 1903. 



Number of Dramatic compositions since Jan. 1, 1903. 



82' 



CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full. "Copyright by William M. Northrup, Alhambra. Cal. Class E, XXc, 
no. 4636. Sept. 24. 1933 2 copies received Sept. 24, 1903." 



Alhambra, Los Angeles eo., Cal. (map of 
the city of). Size, 9 by 8 inches. 

54231 
William M. Xorthrup, Alhambra, 
Cal. E 4636, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
24, 1903. 

Arkansas City, Desha co., Ark. Aug., 
1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54232 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
X. Y. E 4644, Sept, 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Buffalo and towns of Tonawanda, Am- 
herst, Cheektowaga, and West Seneca 
I Matthews-Northrup up-to-date map 
of). Size, 30 by 20 inches. 54233 

J. X. Matthews co., Buffalo, X. Y. 



E 4639, 
1903. 



Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 



Central Village, Windham co., Conn. 
Aug., 1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch 54234 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
N. Y. E 4585, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Chetopa, Labette co., Kans. Aug., 1903. 
4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 54235 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4586, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

China, Manchuria, Mongolia, and Korea. 
Size, 11 by 9 inches. 54236 

J. X. Matthews co., Buffalo, X. Y. 
E4640, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1903. 



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Constable Point to Bergen Point (Loca- 
tion of docks and depths of water 
from). Size, 4 by 30 inches. 54237 
Oscar Stoffreiden, New York, N. Y. 



E 4620, Sept. 23, 
1903. 



1903; 



c. Sept. 23, 



Danielson, Windham co., Conn. Aug., 
1903. 8 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54238 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4623, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

Deadwood, Lawrence co., S. Dak. Julv, 
1903. 12 sheets, 25 bv 21 inches. Scale. 
50 ft. to an inch. 54239 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4624, SeDt. '23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 



J Greensboro, Hale co., Ala. Aug., 1903. 
4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 54247 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4627, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
23, 1903. 

; Greenwood count v, Kans. (Outline 

map of. ) 1903. \Size, 28 by 18 inches. 

Scale, J inch to 1 mile. 54248 

Charles E. Moore, Eureka, Kans. 

E 4637, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25,1903. 

| Hallo well, Kennebec co., Me. Aug., 
1903. 7 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54249 

Sanborn man company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4628,^Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
23, 1903. 



Demopolis, Marengo co., Ala. Aug., 
1903. 7 sheets, 25 bv 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54240 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4626, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

Denver, Colo. (Insurance maps of.) 
vol. I. 1903. 100 pages, key map and 
index, bound ; sizeof volume, 25J by 21^ 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54241 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4584, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Dickson City, Lackawanna co. , Pa. Julv, 
1903. 3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54242 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4587, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Europe (Hoopes cartoon map of). Size, 

40 by 48 inches. 54243 

Hoopes relief map & noveltv mfg. 

co., Buffalo, N. Y. E 4600, Sept. 18, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Eutaw, Green co., Ala. Aug., 1903. 3 
sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 54244 

Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E4588, Sept. 1.7, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Forest City. Susquehanna co., Pa. Aug., 
1903. 3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft, to an inch. 54245 

Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E4625, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. (F. C. Hall's map 
of the citv of.) Sept., 1903. Size, 
14 by 12* inches. 54246 

Frank Chauncev Hall, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. E 4649, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. | 
21, 1903. I 

100 



Hartsville, Roseville co., Tenn. Aug., 
1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54250 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4589, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903. 

Indo-China, Burma, Siam, and Straits 
settlements. Size, 11 bv 9 inches. 

54251 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E4642, Sept, 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 25,1903. 

Jermvn, Lackawanna co., Pa. Aug., 
1903. 4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft, to an inch. 54252 

Sanborn map companv, New Y r ork, 
N. Y. E4590, Sept, 17, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903. 

Lake Providence, E. Carroll Parish, La. 
Aug., 1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54253 

Sanborn map company, New Y T ork, 
N. Y. E 4645, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Lenapah, Cherokee Nation, Indian Terri- 
tory. Aug., 1903. Size, 25 by 21 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54254 
Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E4591, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Los Angeles, showing railway systems 
(map of the city of). Size, 23 by 21 
inches. 54255 

Laura L. Whitlock, for Los Angeles 
railway co., Los Angeles, Cal. E 4621, 
Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Middlesex Fells. Size, 18 bv 27 inches. 

54256 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4335, July 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



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Newton. Sussex CO., X. J. Aug., 1903. 
L2 sheets, 25 by 21 indies. Scale, 50 
ft. to an inch. ' 54257 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
X. Y. E4629, Sept. 23, 100.3; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1003. 

North America ( Iloopes cartoon map of). 

Size, 48 by 40 inches. 54258 

Hoopes relief map & novelty mfg. 

CO., Buffalo, X. Y. E4598, Sept. 18, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

North America. Size, 11 by 9 inches, 

54259 

J. N. Matthews co. , Buffalo, N. Y. E 

4641, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

X. Yassalboro, Kennebec co. , Me. Aug. , 
1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54260 

Sanborn map company, New York, 



E 4592 
1903. 



Sept. 17, 1903; 



N. Y 

Sept. 17, 

Nowata, Cherokee Nat'n, Ind. Ter. Aug., 
1903. 3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54261 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4630, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 



Oakland, Kennebec co., Me. 


Aug., 1903. 


5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 


Scale, 50 ft. 


to an inch. 


54262 


Sanborn map company. 


New York, 


X. Y. E 4631, Sept. 23 


1903; 2 c. 


Sept. 23, 1903. 




Oivphant, Lackawanna co., 


Pa. July, 


i903. 8 sheets, 25 by 21 in< 


•hes. Scale, 


50 ft. to an inch. 


54263 


Sanborn map company, 


New York, 






Paris ami vicinity. Size, 8 by 11 inches. 

54268 
Dodd, Mead &co., New York, X. Y. 



E 4577, 

1003. 



Sept. 17, L903; 



Sept. 17, 



Pawtuxet valley, Providence and Kent 

counties, R, 1. (Insurance maps of.) 

July, 1903. 25 sheets, 25 by L'l inches. 

Scale, 50 ft, to an inch. 54269 

Sanborn ma)) company, New 



York, 
Y. E 4646, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 



. 1903 
Pennsylvania. 



Size, 8 J 



N. Y. E4593, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 
Ontario (Province of). Size, 82 by 11 
inches. „ 54264 

Dodd, Mead & co., Xew York, N. Y. 
E 4575, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903. 

Oologah, Cherokee Nation, Indian Terri- 
tory. Aug., 1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54265 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4594, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Oregon and Washington. Size, 101 by 8£ 

inches. 54266 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 

E4576, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 

1903. 

Palestine. Size, 11 by 9 inches. 54267 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 
E 4574, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903. 

7730—03 3 101 



by HU inches. 

54270 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York, X. Y. 
E4578, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903. 

Perry, Noble co., O. T. Aug., 1903. 16 
sheets, 25 by 21 inches Scale, 50 ft. to 
an inch. 54271 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4632, Sept. 23, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 
23, 1903. 

Pittsburgh and its environs, showing the 
location of its most interesting features 
and of the great YVestinghouse interests 
. of this vicinity (Map of.) Size, 6 bv 
1H inches. 54272 

Westinghouse company's publishing 
department, East Pittsburg, Pa. E 
4638, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. 

Pittsburg and vicinity. Size, oh by 8.} 

inches. 54273 

Dodd, Mead & co., New Y T ork, N. Y. 

E 4579, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 

1903. 

Porto Rico. Size, 5J by 8 inches. 54274 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York, X. Y. 
E4580, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903. 

Raleigh, Wake co., N. C. (Insurance 
maps of.) July, 1903. 30 sheets, 25 
by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

54275 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4647, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
25, 1903. 



St. Louis. Size, 11 by 8£ inches. Scale, 

1 mile=l£ inches. 54276 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, X. Y. 

E4581, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 

1903. 

Santa Paula, Yentura co., Cal. July, 
1903. 10 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54277 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
X. Y. E 4560, Sept. 10, 1003; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 



1056 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Scottsville, Allen co., Ky. Aug., 1903. 
3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 
ft. to an inch. 54278 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4633, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

Skowhegan, Somerset co., Me. Aug., 
1903. Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 7 j 
sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 54279 j 

Sanborn map company, New York, I 
N. Y. E 4648, Sept, 25, 1903; 2 c. I 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

South Africa, Transvaal colony, Orange | 
River colony, Cape Colony, Natal, | 
Rhodesia and adjoining territory. 
Size, 6 J by 9* inches. 54280 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
E 4643, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

South America. (Hoopes cartoon map 
of.) Size, 48 by 40 inches. 54281 

Hoopes relief map & novelty mfg. 
co., Buffalo, N. Y. E 4599, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

South Carolina. Size, 5| by 8£ inches. 

54282 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 

E 4582, Sept.17,1903; 2 c. Sept.17,1903. 

Springfield, Robertson co., Tenn. Aug., 
1903. 5 sheets, 25 bv 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54283 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4634, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 23, 1903. 

Talala, Cherokee Nation, Indian Terri- 
tory. Aug., 1903. Size, 25 by 21 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 54284 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4595, Sept. 1*7, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Texas. Size, 9 by 10 inches. 54285 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 
E 4583, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903. 

United States (apple crop, map of. ) Size, 
2* by 3J inches. 54286 

George Henderson, Louisville, Kv. 
E 4614, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

( Barley crop, map of. ) Size 2h by 

3J inches. 54287 

George Henderson, Louisville, Ky. 
E 4608, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 



United States (Cotton crop, map of.) 

Size 2h by ?A inches. 54288 

George Henderson, Louisville, Ky. 

E 4605," Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 

1903. 

(Hay and forage crop, map of.) 

Size 2fby 3h inches. 54289 

George Henderson, Louisville. Kv. 
E 4602, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

( Hemp crop, map of. ) Size, 2\ by 3-o- 

inches. "54290 

George Henderson, Louisville, Kv. 
E 4603 Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1.903. 

(Hops crop, map of. ) Size 2\ by Sc- 
inches. "54291 

George Henderson, Louisville, Ky. 
E 4615, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c. Sept, 21, 190*3. 

(Irish potato crop, map of. ) Size 2\ 

by 3^ inches. 54292 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Ky. 
E 4604," Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2*1, 
1903. 

(Oat crop, map of.) Size 2\ by Sh 

inches. " 54293 

George Henderson, Louisville, Ky. 
E 4611," Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

(Orchard fruit, grape, etc., not in- 
cluding apples, crop map of. ) Size, 
2£ by 3£ inches. 54294 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Kv. 
E4613, Sept. 21,1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

(Rice crop, map of. ) Size, 2\ by 3? 

inches. 54295 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Kv. 
E 4610, Sept. 21* 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 190*3. 

(Rye crop, map of.) Size, 2h by 3 J 

inches. " 54296 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Kv. 
E 4609, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

(Tobacco crop, map of. ) Size, 2£ bv 

3J inches. 54297 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Ky. 
E 4612, "Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21 , 1903. 

(Wheat crop, map of.) Size, 1\ by 

3£ inches. 5429*8 

George Henderson, Louisyille, Kv. 

E 4607, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c. Sept. 21, 190*3. 

United States. (Standard time belts in 

the. ) Size, 3 by i\ inches. 54299 

Rand, McNallv & co., Chicago, 111. 

E 4616, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 



10: 



V. 34, No. 40 



MAI'S AND CHARTS 



10.VT 



Walks (The) and works of the Master; 
arr. in chronological order, by Andrew 
P. Stout; revised edition. Size, 30 I by 
20 inches. 54300 

Charles 1). Meigs, Indianapolis, End. 
E 4531, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21,1903. 

White Haven, Luzerne co., Penna. July, 
1903. 5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 54301 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4596, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903. 



Wilson, Niagara co., N. Y. July, L903 
4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 t'l. 
to an inch. 54302 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4635, Sept. 23, L903; 2c. Sept. 
23, L903. 



Number of Maps and charts since Jan. 1, 1903 1,413 



103 



PERIODICALS 



CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read. "Copvright by New England railway publishing company, Boston. 
Mass. Class B. XXc. no. 39689, Dec. 9. 1902; 2 copies received Sept. 21, 1903." 



ABC (The) pathfinder and dial express American agriculturist [weekly], quarto, 
list. v. 41, no. 3. Sept. 15 to Dec. 15, ! New York. v. 72, no. 10.' Sept. 5, 
1903. 54303 | 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 54315 

New England railway publishing i v. 72, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39689, Dec: s ept. 12, 1903 



9, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

ABC (The) pathfinder and dial once a 

week. y. 42, no. 36. Sept, 6, 1903. 2 

c. Aug. 31, 1903. 54304 
v. 42, no. 37. Sept. 13, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 54305 
v. 42, no. 38. Sept. 20, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 54306 
v. 42, no. 39. Sept. 27, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 54307 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39645- 

39648, Dec. 9, 1902. 

Advance (The), v. 46, no. 1973. Sept. 
3, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 54308 

v. 46, no. 1974. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 11, 1903. 54309 

v. 46, no. 1975. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 j 

c. Sept. 18, 1903. 54310 

v. 46, no. 1976. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 25, 1903. 54311 

Advance publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 54564-54567, June 18, 
1903. 

Agricultural advertising, v. 10, no. 7. 

"July, 1903. 54312 

Frank B. White company, Chicago, 

111. B 55864, July 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

16, 1903. 

Ainslee's. v. 12, no. 3. Oct., 1903. 

54313 
Ainslee magazine co., New York, 
N. Y. B 57987, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 



- v. /2, no. 12. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 
— v. 72, no. 13. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 



54316 

Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

54317 

Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

54318 

Orange Judd company, New York, 
N. Y. B 46449-46452, Jan. 10, 1903. 

American (The) echo. v. 2, no. 2. Oct., 
1903. 54319 

The American echo publishing com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. B 56661, Aug. 
8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

American education, v. 7, no. 1. Sept., 

1903. 54320 

New York education co., Albany, 

N. Y. B 40761, Dec. 17, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 

18, 1903. 

American (The) field, v. 60, no. 10. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

54321 
v. 60, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 54322 
v. 60, no. 12. Sept, 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 54323 
v. 60, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 54324 

American field publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. B 55525-55528. July 6, 

1903. 

American (The) inventor, v. 11, no. 5. 
Sept. 1, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

54325 
Sept. 15, 1903. 2 c. 



— v. 11, no. b. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 54326 

The American inventor publishing 
company, Washington, D. C. B 53921- 
America (La) cientifica. no. 165. Sept., 1 53922. June 13, 1903. 

1903. 54314 ' American manufacturer and iron world. 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y. B , v. 73, no. 6. Aug. 6, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

7, 1903. 54327 

529 



43540, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

105 



530 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



American manufacturer and iron world- 
Continued. 



— v. 73, no. 7. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 8. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 9. 
Aug. 28, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 10. 
Sept, 4, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 11. 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 12. 
Sept, 18, 1903. 

— v. 73, no. 13. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 



Aug. 13, 1903. 2 c. 



Aug. 20, 1903. 



54328 

c. 



54329 

Aug. 27, 1903. 2 c. 

54330 

Sept. 3, 1903. 2 c. 

54331 

Sept, 10, 1903. 2 c. 

54332 

Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

54333 

Sept, 24, 1903. 2 c. 

5*334 

National iron and steel publishing 
company, Pittsburg, Pa. B 55552- 
55559, July 6, 1903. 

American medicine, v. 6, no. 10. Sept. 
5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 54335 

v. 6, no. 11. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 14. 1903. 54336 

v. 6, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 54337 

v. 6, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 26, 1903. 54338-54339 

x\merican medicine publishing com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. B 54472- 
54475, June 18, 1903. 

American (The) monthly magazine, v. 
23, no. 3. Sept., 1903." 54340 

National society daughters of the 
American revolution, Washington, 
D. C. B 42102, Dec. 31, 1902; 2 c. 
Sept, 17, 1903. 

American negligence reports, v. 14, no. 

54341 



1. July-Aug., 1903. 

Remick & Schilling, New York, 
N. Y. B 57832, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 

American (The) queen, v. 17, no. 10. 

Oct., 1903. 54342 

The American queen, New York, 

N. Y. B 49740, Mar. 6, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

18, 1903. 

American society of civil engineers. Pro- 
ceedings. Sept., 1903. 54343 
American society of civil engineers, 
New York, N. Y. B 58252, Sept. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 24, 1903. 

Annals of surgery, v. 38, no. 3. Sept., 

1903. 54344 

J. B. Lippincott CO., Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 57985, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

15, 1903. 

Architectural (The) review, v. 10, no. 8. 

Aug., 1903. 54345 

Bates & Guild co., Boston, Mass. B 

39724, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



Architecture, v. 8, no. 45. Sept., 1903. 

54346 

Forbes & co., New York, N. Y. B 

40378, Dec. 15, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Arena (The), v. 30, no. 4. Oct., 1903. 

54347 
The Alliance publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. B 55030, June 25, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Argosv (The), v. 43, no. 3. Oct., 1903. 

54348 
The Frank A. Munsev company, New 
York, N. Y. B 57355," Aug. 24', 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Art (The) review. Sept., 1903. 54349 

Justin M. Noonan, St, Louis, Mo. B 

57153, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Atlantic (The) monthly. Oct., 1903. 

54350 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston, 
Mass. B 46809, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 
24, 1903. 



Automobile (The). 

Sept. 8, 1903. 
Sept, 12, 1903 



Sept. 5, 190c 



Sept. 19, 1903 

Sept. 26, 1903 



54351 

2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

54352 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

54353 

2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

54354 

The ("lass journal co. New York, 
N. Y. B 53848-53851, June 12, 1903. 

Automobile (The) review r and Automo- 
bile news. v. 9, no. 5. Sept, 1, 1903. 
2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 54355 

v. 9, no. 6. Sept. 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 21, 1903. 54356 

Technical press of America, Chicago, 
111. B 54598-54599, June 19, 1903. 

Ave (The) Maria, v. 57, no. 10. Sept, 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 54357 
v. 57, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 54358 
v. 57, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 18, 1903. 54359 
v. 57, no. 13 . Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 54360 

D. E. Hudson, Notre Dame, Ind. B 

54097-54100, June 15, 1903. 

Babyhood, v. 19, no. 226. Sept., 1903. 

54361 

Babyhood publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 48092, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 

c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Bakers review, v. 7, no. 6. 54362 

Wm. P. Gregorv co.. New York, 
N. Y. B 53501 , June 4, 1903 ; 2 c, Sept . 
19, 1903. 



10b' 



V. 35, No. 40 



PERIODICAL^ 



531 



Bankers' The) magazine, v. 67, no. 3. 

Sept., L903. 54363 

The Bankers 1 publishing company, 

New York. \. Y. B 52891, May 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Baptist The) union, v. 13,no. 36. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 54364 
v. 13, no. 37. Sept. 12. 1908. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 54365 
v. 13, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 54366 
v. 18, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 54367 

Baptist voting peoples union of 

America, Chicago, 111. B 46647-46650, 

Jan. 10. 1903. 

Benzioer's magazine, v. 6, no. 1. Oct., 

1903. 54368 

Benziger brothers, New York, X. Y. 

B 58343, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 25, 

1903. 

Benton's monthly quotation guide, no. 

81. Sept. 15, 1903. 54369 

Chas. Mont. Benton. New York. N.Y. 

B 34821, Aug. 8, 1902: 2 c. Sept. 17,1903. 

Black ( The) eat. v. 9, no. 1. Oct., 1903. 

54370 
The Short story publishing: company, 
Boston. Mass. B 58088, Sept. 18, 1903; 
2 e. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Book-keeper (The), the business man's 
magazine, v. 16, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 

54371 
The Book-keeper publishing com- 
pany, limited, Detroit. Mich. B 53601, 
May 27, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 21, 1903. 

Booklovers (The) magazine, v. 2, no. 4. 

Oct., 1903. 54372 

The Library publishing company, 

Philadelphia, 'Pa. B 57812, Sept. 10, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Book of the month, v. 2, no. 1. Oct., 

1903. 54373 

J. B. Sullivan, Yonkers, N. Y. B 

58232, Sept. 19.1903; 2 e. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Boys' (The) world, v. 2, no. 36. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 54374 
y. 2. no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 4, 1903. 54375 
y. 2, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 54376 
v. 2, no. 39. Sept. 26. 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 54377 

Dayid C. Cook publishing company, 

Elgin, 111. B 40540-40543, Dec. 1*5, 

1902. 

Brief (The) of Phi Delta Phi. y. 4, no. 4. 

54378 
Charles H. Tapping, New York, 
X. Y. Bn7343, Aug. 1 " 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 



Broadwav weekly, v. 2. no 
3, 1903" 2 e. An- 28: 1903. 



— v. 2, no. .".0. 
Sept. 8. 1903. 



29. Sept. 
54379 



Sept. 19, 1903. 2 e. 
54380 
- v. 2, no. 81. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1908. 54381 

v. 2, no. 82. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1908. 54382 

Broadway weekly company, New 
York. X. Y. B 578S2-578S5, Aug. 28, 
1903. 

Brooklyn (The) Edison, v. 1, no. 2. 

Sept. 1903. 54383 

Edison electric illuminating co. of 

Brooklyn, Brooklvn. X. Y. B 58272, 

Sept. 2*1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1908. 

Brooklyn life. no. 705. Sept. 5, 1903; 



Sept. 5, 1903. 



Sept. 12, 1903. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 



54384 
2 c. Sept. 
54385 

2 c. Sept. 

54386 
2 c. Sept. 

54387 



no. 706. 

14, 1903. 
no. 707. 

21. 1903. 
no. 708. 

26, 1903. 

Brooklyn life publishing company, 

Brooklyn. X. Y. B 41147-41150, Dec. 

19, 1902. 

Browning's magazine. Oct., 1903. 

54388 
Browning, Kins: & co., Xew Y'ork, 
X. Y. B 39216. Dec. 4, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 
19, 1903. 

Biwologist (The), v. 6, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 54389 

Annie Morrill Smith, Brooklyn. X. Y. 

B 47911, Feb. 3, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 2, 1903; 

1 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Buena Vista (The) reporter. Aug. 31. 

1903. 54390 

Buena yista plantation co., Elkhart, 

Ind. B 58061, Sept. 16, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 

16, 1903. 

Butterick fashions. Oct., 1903. 54391 
The Butterick publishing company, 
lt'd. Xew York, X. Y. B 57849, Sept. 
12. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Buyers' (The) reference, Plumbers' edi- 
tion. Sept., 1903. 54392 
The Buyers' reference co., Xew York, 
X. Y. B 57979, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Callanan's monthly, v. 6, no. 11. Sept., 

1903. 54393 

L. J. Callanan, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. B 

58261, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Calendar (The) of monthly intentions. 

v. 20, no. 10, 1908. 54394 

Apostleship of prayer, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 42991. Jan. 2. 1908; 2 c. Sept. 

26, 1903. 



107 



532 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Camera craft, v. 7, no. 5. 54395 

Camera craft publishing company, 
San Francisco, Cal. B 41740, Dec. 24, 
1902; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

Catholic news, New York. v. 17, no. 46. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 54396 
v. 17, no. 47. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 12, 1903. 54397 



v. 17, no. 48. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 



Sept. 19, 1903. 



z c. 
54398 



v. 17, no. 49. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 54399 

Catholic news publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 43138-43141, Jan. 

2, 1903. 

Century (The) magazine, v. 66, no. 6. 

Oct., '1903. 54400 

The Century co., New York, N. Y. 

B 58295, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 

1903. 

Christian (The) endeayor quarterly, no. 

55. Fourth quarter, 1903. * 54401 

S. C. Steinberger, Oswego, Kans. B 

58195, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Christian (The) endeayor world, v. 17. 

no. 49. Sept. 3, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 

1903. 54402 
y. 17, no. 50. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 54403 
v. 17, no. 51. Sept, 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 54404 
v. 17, no. 52. Sept, 24, 1903. 2 c, 

Sept. 21, 1903. 54405 

The Golden rule company, Boston, 

Mass. B 54415-54418, June 17, 1903. 

Christian (The) science herald, v. 1, 

no. 6. Sept., 1903. 54406 

Mary Baker G. Eddy, Concord, N. H. 

B 58095, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1903. 

Christliche (Die) mutter, v. 7, no. 8. 

Aug., 1903. 2 c. July 25, 1903. 54407 
y. 7, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

2, 1903. 54408 
v. 7, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

22, 1903. 54409 
Joseph Schaefer, New York, N. Y. 

B 39736-39738, Dec. 10, 1902. 

Church (The) music review, v. 2, no. 

23. Sept., 1903. 54410 
Novello, Ewer & co., New Y r ork, 

N. Y. B 57844. Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 3, 1903. 

Church (The) Standard, v. 85, no. 19. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

54411 
v. 85, no. 20. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 11,1903. 54412 
v. 85, no. 21. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 54413 



Church (The) Standard— Continued. 

v. 85, no. 22. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 54414 

The Church standard co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 56893-56896, Aug. 18, 
1903. 

Churchman (The), v. 88, no. 10. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 54415 
v. 88, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 12, 1903. 54416 
v. 88, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 18, 1903. 54417 
v. 88, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 54418 

The Churchman co.. New York, 

N. Y. B 54250-54253, June 17, 1903. 

Citator (The). Minnesota edition, v. 1, 



no. 2. May, 1903. 
1903. 



Issued in Aug., 
54419 

Reed Adams & co. , Lapeer, Mich . B 
50957, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. July 22, 1903. 

Missouri edition, v. 1, no. 4. July, 

1903. 54420 

Reed Adams & co. , Lapeer, Mich. B 

37717, Oct. 31, 1902; 2 c. Sept., 25, 1903. 

Coal (The) trade bulletin, v. 9, no. 7. 
Sept. 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

54421 

v. 9, no. 8. Sept, 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 16, 1903. 54422 

The Coal trade co. , Pittsburg, Pa. B 
52630-52631, May 9, 1903. 

Collier's weekly, y. 31, no. 23. Sept. 5, 
1903. 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 54423 



— v. 31, no. 24. 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

— v. 31, no. 25. 
Sept, 17, 1903. 

— v. 31, no. 26. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 



Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

54424 

Sept, 19, 1903. 2 c. 

54425 

Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

54426 

P. F. Collier and son, New York, 
N. Y. B 50695-50698, Mar. 30, 1903. 

Commercial advertiser Saturday pictorial 

review, no. 289. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 8, 1903. 54427 
no. 295. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

14, 1903. 54428 
no. 301. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

19, 1903. 54429 
no. 307. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

26, 1903. 54430 

Commercial advertiser association, 

New York, N. Y. B 57646-57649, Se] >t. 

5, 1903. 



11, no. 12. Sept., 
54431 



Comrade (The). 
1903. 

Comrade publishing company. New- 
York, N. Y. B 57886. Sept. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



108 



PERIODICALS 



533 



Congregationalist (The), v. 88, no. 36. : Engineering (The) and mining journal 



Sept. 5, 1908. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903 



54432 



v. 88, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. z c 

Sept. 10, 1903. 54433 
v. 88, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 54434 
v. 88, no. 39. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. j 

Sept. 24, 1903. 54435 

Congregational Sunday school and 

publishing society, Boston, Mass. B 

42039-42047, Dec/ 15, 1902. 

Cosmopolitan (The), v. 35, no. 6. Oct., 

1903. 54436 

Cosmopolitan magazine company, 

Irvington, N. Y. B 50068, Mar. 10, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Costume (Le)roval. v. 8, no. 2. Now, 

1903. 54437 

The Royal pattern co., New York, 

X. Y. B 45607, Jan. 7, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

26, 1903. 

Country life in America, v. 4, no. 6. 

Oct.,* 1903. 54438 

Doubleday, Page & co., New York, 

N. Y. B 54868, "June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 

Cumulative (The) index-digest. Illinois 
edition, v. 2, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 

54439 

Fiske & company, Springfield, 111. B 

46793, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 24, 1903. 

Delineator (The). Oct., 1903. 54440 
The Butterick publishing company, 
lt'd, New York, N. Y. B 57846, Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

Dry goods guide, v. 12, no. 2. Sept., 

1903. 54441 

Black publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 58360, Sept. 24, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 



lectrical 


reyiew. v. 43, no 


. 10. 


Sept, 


5, 1903. 


2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 




54442 


— v. 43, 


no. 11. Sept. 12, 


1903 


. 2 c. 


Sept. 15. 


1903. 




54443 


— y. 43, 


no. 12. Sept, 19, 


1903. 


2 c. 


Sept. 19, 


1903. 




54444 


— y. 43. 


no. 13. Sept. 26, 


1903 


2 c. 


Sept. 26, 


1903. 




54445 



Electrical reyiew publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 54537- 

54540, June 18, 1903. 

Elite styles, v. 7, no. 11. Nov., 1903. 

54446 

Elite styles company, New York, 

N. Y. B 39938, Dec. "ll. 1902; 2 c. 



v. ,6 
1903 

— v. 76. 
12, 1903. 

— v. 76. 
19, 1903. 

v. 76. 
26, 1903. 



Sept. 5, L903. 

, Sept. 12, 190:;. 

. Sept. 19, 11)03. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 



C. Sept. S, 

54447 
2 c. Sept. 

54448 
2 e. Sept. 

54449 
2 c. Sept. 

54450 



Sept. 



190c 



The Engineering and mining journal, 
New York. N.Y. B 57540-57543, Sept. 
1, 1903. 

Engineer's (The) list. v. 12, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 54451 

Geo. I. Roberts & bro., New York, 

N. Y. B 58256, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 

Espejo (El) de la moda. Oct., 1903. 

54452 
The Butterick publishing company, 
lt'd, New York, N. Y. B 57848, Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Eyening (The) post real estate record. 

v. 5, no. 8. Aug., 1903. 54453 

New York evening post co., New 

York, N. Y. B 58041, Sept. 16, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Everybody's magazine, v. 9, no. 4. 

Oct., 1903. 54454 

The Ridgwav-Thayer company, New 

York, N. Y. B 58065, Sept. 17, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Exchange (The), v. 11, no. 11. Sept., 

1903. ~ 54455 

The standard paint company, New 

York, N. Y. B 58000, Sept. 15, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Exodus 'The), v. 6, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54456 

Ursula N. Gestefeld, Chicago, 111. 
B 57753, Sept, 8, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903. 

Fame. v. 12, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 54457 
Artemas ^Vard. New York, N. Y. B 

40112, Dec. 12, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903 
Farm and home, eastern edition, v. 24, 

no. 486, Sept. 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 

1903. 54458 
v. 24, no. 487, Sept. 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 54459 

The Phelps publishing company, 

Springfield, Mass. B 46857-46858, Jan. 

16, 1903. 
Farm poultry. v. 14, no. 17. Sept. 1, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 54460 
v. 14, no. IS. Sept. 15,1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 54461 

Farm poultry publishing company, 

Boston, Mass." B 40398-40399, Dec 

15, 1902. 



109 



534 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Fashion world, v. 6, no. 9. Oct., 1903. Good housekeeping 

54462 I 1903. 
L. N. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B 
57732, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 



v. 37, no. 4. Oct., 
54479 



Fashions, v. 13, no. 6. Oct., 1903. 

54463 
Fashions publishing company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 49904, Mar. 14, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Field and stream, v. 8, no. 4. Aug., 

1903. 54464 

John P. Burkhard corporation, New 

York, N. Y. B 52959, May 23, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Forest and stream, v. 61, no. 10. Sept. 
5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 54465 

v. 61, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 10, 1903. 54466 

v. 61, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 17, 1903. 54467 

v. 61, no. 13. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 54468 

Forest and stream publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 50593- 
50596, Mar. 28, 1903. 

Forward, v. 22, no. 36. Sept. 5, 1903. 

2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 54469 
y. 22, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Aug. 31, 1903. 54470 
y. 22, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 5, 1903. 54471 
y. 22, no. 39. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 15, 1903. 54472 

Trustees of Presbyterian board of 

publication and sabbath school work, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 38769-38772. Nov. 

25, 1902. 

General digest American and English, 
Bi-monthlv advance sheets, no. 36. 
Aug., 1903. 54473 

The Lawyers co-operative publishing 
company, Rochester N. Y. B 57997, 
Sept, 15^ 1903; 2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. 

Ginseng (The) culture. Aug., 1903. 

54474 

Clyde 0. Buckingham, Joplin, Mo. 

B56i91, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Girls' (The) companion, v. 2, no. 36. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 54475 
v. 2, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 4, 1903. 54476 
v. 2, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 54477 
v. 2, no. 39.- Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 21, 1903. 54478 

David C. Cook publishing company, 

Elgin, 111. B 40592-40595, Dec. 15, 

1902. 



Phelps publishing company, Spring- 
field, Mass. B 46999, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 18, 1903. 



Green (The) bag. 
1903. 



v. 15, no. 9. Sept., 
54480 



The Boston book, company, Boston, 
Mass. B 58255, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 24, 1903. 

Harper's bazar, v. 37, no. 10. Oct., 

1903. 54481 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53812, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18. 

1903. 

Harper's monthly magazine, v. 107. 

Oct., 1903. 54482 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53805, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

Harper's weekly, v. 47, no. 2437. Sept. 

5,1903. 2 c/ Sept. 2, 1903. 54483 
v. 47, no. 2438. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 9, 1903. 54484 
v. 47, no. 2439. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 16, 1903. 54485 
v. 47, no. 2440. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 23, 1903. 54486 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53832-53835, June 12, 1903. 

Hatman (The) . v. 2, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54487 
The Crofut and Knapp co., Boston, 
Maes. B 55880, July 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Health, v. 53, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

54488 
Health publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 46925, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Home (The) advocate, v. 7, no. 10. 

Oct., 1903. 54489 

The Home advocate, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 52317, May 4, 1903; 2 c, Sept, 

16, 1903. 



House and garden. 
1903. 



v. 3, no. 9. Sept. 
54490 

Henry T. Coates & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa, B 37912, Nov. 4, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903. 

Hot solder, v. 3, no. 8. Sept., 1903. 

54491 

J. L. Perkins & co., Chicago, 111. B 

57139, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

House (The) beautiful, v. 14, no. 5. 
Oct., 1903. 54492 

Herbert S. Stone, Chicago, 111. B 
58262, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. I 



110 



V. 35, No. 40 



PERIODICALS 






ilul> (The), v. 45, no. 6. Sept., 1903. 

54493 
Trade news publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. B 52416, May 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

I. C. S. messenger. New series, no. 12. 

54494 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. B57861, Sept. 14. 1008; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) Buffalo express. Sept. 

5, 1003. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1003. 54495 

Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



-Jewish comment— Continued, 

v. 17, no. 23. Sept. 18, 1903. 2 c 

Sept. 10, 1008. 54513 
v. 17, no. 24, Sept. 28. 1903. 2 e. 

Sept. 26, 1008,. 54514 

The Jewish comment publishing 

company, Baltimore, Md. B 57642- 

57645, Sept. 8, 1003. 

Journal (The) of geography. 



sept, 1903. 



54515 



Sept. 12, 1903 

Sept. 13, 1903 

Sept. 19, 1903 



E. M. Lehherts, Winona, Minn. B 
87288, Aug, 20. 1003; 2c. Sept. 21. 1903. 

Journal (The) of the American chemical 

society, v. 25, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54516 
William A. Noyes, chairman, Terre 
Haute, ind. B 41728, Dec. 26, 1903-; 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 



54496 
2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

54497 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

54498 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. . 

54499 ■ Journal (The) of the American medical 
The J. X. Matthews co., Buffalo, i association, v. 41, no. 10. Sept. 8, 



X. Y. B 48413-48417, Jan. 3, 1903. 

Impressions quarterly. Sept., 1903. 

54500 
Paul Elder and company. San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. B 56075, Aug'. 10, 1903; 1 
c. Sept. 8, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Interior (The), v. 34, no. 1736. Sept. 

3, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 54501 
v. 84, no. 1737. Sept. 10. 1903. 2 c. ; 

Sept. 10, 1903. 54502 
v. 34, no. 1738. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54503 ! 
y. 34, no. 1739. Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 54504 

The Interior, Chicago, 111. B 55044- 

55047, June 25, 1903. 
International medical magazine, v. 12, 

no. 9. Sept., 1903. 54505 

E. B. Treat & co., New York, X. Y. 

B 45549, Jan. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. j 

International (The) steam engineer. ! 
Sept., 1903. 54506 

International union of steam engi- 
■ neers, New York, X. Y. B 48932, Mar. | 

2. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 
Jewelers' (The) circular, v. 47, no. 1. 
Aug. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

54507 



1903. 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 54517 

y. 41,no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 54518 

v. 41, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1908. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 54519 

v. 41, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 54520 

American medical association, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 54498-54501, June 18,1903. 

Journal (The) of the Michigan state med- 
ical society, v. 2, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54521 
Michigan state medical society, De- 
troit, Mich. B 57794, Sept. 10/ 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 



Judo-e. no. 1142, Sept. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 



1903. 2 c. 
54522 

■. Sept. 



— v. 47. no. 2. 

Aug. U, 1903. 

— v. 47, no. 3. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

— v. 4/, no. 4. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 



Aug. 12, 1903. 
Aug. 19, 1903. 
Aus. 26, 1903. 



54508 

2 c. 

54509 






54510 

The Jewelers' circular publishing 

company, New York, N. Y. B 56281- 

56234, July 28, 1903. 

Jewish comment, v. 17. no. 21, Sept. 4, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 5. 1903. 54511 

v. 17, no. 22. Sept. 11, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 54512 1 

111 



no. 1143. Sept. 12, 1903. : 

4, 1903. 54523 
no. 1144. Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

12, 1903. 54524 
no. 1145. Sept. 26, 1908; 2 c. Sept. 

18, 1908. 54525 

Judge companv, New Y'ork, N. Y. 

B 54367-54370, June 17, 1903. 

Junior (The) Baptist union, v. 6, no. 1. 

Oct., 1903. 54526 

Baptist young peoples' union of 

America. Chicago, 111. B 42000, Dec. 

18, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Junior Bible quarterly, v. 9, no. 4. Oct., 
Nov., Dec. 1903. * 54527 

The Standard publishing company, 
Cincinnati. Ohio. B 55892. July 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1908. 

Just fun that's all. v. 1, no. 0. >8>v., 

1903. 54528 

Arkell company, New York, X. Y. 

B 51886, Apr. 14; 1908; 2 c. Sept. 23, 

1903. 



536 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Kansas Citv (The) jeweler and optician. 

v. 3, no. "5. Sept., 1903. 54529 

W. S. Smyth, Kansas City, Mo. B 

52584, May 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Keystone (The) review, v. 6, no. 10. 

Sept., 1903. 54530 

Keystone review company, Mead- 

ville, Pa, B 57757, Sept. 8. 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 

Lawvers' reports annotated, v. 60, no. 5. 

Sept, 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 54531 
v. 60, no. 6. Sept, 15, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54532 



McCall's magazine 
1903. 



v. 31, no. 3. Nov. 
54545 

The McCall company, New York, 
X. Y. B 47438, Jan. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

McClure's magazine, v. 21, no. 6. Oct., 

1903. 54546 

S. S. McClure co., New York, N. Y. 

B58002, Sept. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Mahatma. v. 7, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 

54547 

T. Francis Fritz, Brooklvn, N. Y. B 

51716, Apr. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 



The Lawv^ers' co-operative publishing , Mail (The) and illustrated Sat 

company, Rochester, ^.\. B o3, b2- ._ rd _ v maqpfl7 : np r a pnf R 1Qn o 9 n 



53783, June 10, 1903. 

League leaflets, v. 18, no. 10. 54533 

Apostleship of praver, New York, 
N. Y. B 39889, Dec' 11, 1902; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

Life. no. 1088. Sept. 3, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 1, 1903. 54534 
no. 1089. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

8, 1903. 54535 
no. 1090. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

15, 1903. 54536 
no. 1091. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

22, 1903. 54537 

Life publishing companv, New York, 

N. Y. B 41242-41245, Dec. 19, 1902. 

List of buyers. Plumbers. no. 221. 

Sept., 1903. 54538 

The Buvers' reference co., New York, 

N.Y. B '57980, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 14, 1903. 

Little (The) chronicle, v. 7, no. 23. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 54539 
- v. 7, no. 24. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

54540 

Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

54541 



Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 
54542 



Sept. 14, 1903. 

v. 7, no. 25. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 

v. 7, no. 26. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 

The Little chronicle publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. B 57359-57362, 
Aug. 28, 1903! 

Lumber (The) review, v. 13, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 54543 

The Lumber review co., Chicago, 

111. B 57138, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 

14, 1903. 

Lvceumite (The), v. 1, no. 11. Sept., 

'1903. 54544 

Edwin L. Barker, Chicago, 111. B 

56667, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 



urday magazine. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. 



Sept, 3, 1903 
— Sept. 12, 1903 



54548 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 
54549 

Sept, 19, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

54550 

Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

54551 
The Mail and express companv, New 
York, N. Y. B 55429-55432, Julv 1, 
1903. 

Manual (The) of statistics supplement. 

v. 1, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 54552 

The Manual of statistics companv, 

New York, N. Y. B 57577, Sept, 3, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Medical record, v. 64, no. 10. Sept. 5, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 54553 

" c. 
54554 



64, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Sept, 12, 1903. 
v. 64, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 19, 1903. 54555 
v. 64, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 54556 

William Wood & co., New York, 

N. Y. B 55154-55157, June 27, 1903. 

Medicine, v. 9, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54557 

William M. Warren, Detroit, Mich. 

B 57851, Sept. 12,1903; 2 c. Sept.11,1903. 

Men of tomorrow, v. 36, no. 9. Sept., 

1903. 54558 

A. S. Brandow, Albany, N. Y. B 

57148, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Merck's archives, v. 12, no. 9. Sept., 

1903. 54559 

Merck & co., New York, N. Y. B 

57850, Sept. 12,1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Messenger (The) of the Sacred Heart, v. 

7, no. 10. 54560 

Apostleship of praver, New York, 

N. Y. B 39877, Dec'. 11, 1902; 2 c. 

Sept, 17, 1903. 



112 



V. 35. No. 40 



PERIODICALS 



537 



Metropolitan (The ) 
». 1. Oct., 1903. 



magazine, v. 19, Oaks (The) — Continued. 

54561 v. 12, n<>. 31. June 27, L903. 1 <•. 

The Metropolitan magazine co., New June 29, L903; I c. July 15, L903. 
York. N. Y. B 57557, Sept. 2, 1903; 54577 

2c. Sept. 19, 1903. The ( '- and r - l '"-. Chicago, 111. B 

53715-53718, June S. L903. 



Milk (The) reporter, v. 19, no. 9. 

Sept.. 1903. 54562 

John J. Stanton. Sussex. X. J. B 

55817, July 14, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 22. 1903. 

Miroir (Lei des modes. Oct.. 1903. 

54563 
The Butterick publishing company, 

lt'd, New York. X. Y. B 57847, Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Molineux' choir library, v. 10, no. 58. 

Oct., 1903. 54564 

Geo. Molineux, New York, X. Y. B 

."358, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Motive power, v. 2, no. 5. 54565 

Master steam boilermakers publish- 
ing association, Chicago, 111. B 58338, 
Sept. 24. 1903: 2 c. Sept. 24. 1903. 

Munsev's magazine, v. 30. no. 1. Oct., 

1903* 54566 

The Frank A. Munsev company, Xew 

York, X. Y. B 57354; Aug. 24', 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Xational magazine, v. 18, no. 5. Aug., 
1903. 54567 

Chappie publishing company, Bos- 
ton. Mas<. B 56966. Aug. 19, 1903; 1 
c. Aug. 19, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Xational (The) nurseryman, v. 11, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 54568 

Chas. L. Yates, Rochester, X. Y. B 

41191, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Xational (The) police gazette, no. 1360. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 2, 1S03. 

54569 



— no. 1361. 


Sept. 


12, 


1903. 


2 c. Sept. 


9, 1903. 








54570 


— no. 1362. 


Sept. 


19, 


1903. 


2 c. Sept. 


16, 1903. 








54571 


— no. 1 363. 


sept 


26, 


1903. 


2 c. Sept. 


23. 1903. 








54572 



Richard K. Fox. Xew York, X. Y. 
B 54070-54073, June 15, 1903. 

Xew York (The) magazine of mysteries. 

v. 5, no. 6. Oct., 1903. ' 54573 

The Xew York magazine of mysteries, 

Xew York, X. Y. B 5*273, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Oaks (The), v. 12, no. 28. June 6, 1903. 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 54574 
v. 12, no. 29. June 13, 1903. 1 c. 

July 14, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

54575 
v. 12, no. 30. June 20. 1903. 1 c. 

July 15, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 54576 



Olympian (The) 
1903. 



y. 2, no. 



Optimist (The). 
1903. 



4. Oct., 
54578 

The Olympian publishing company, 
Nashville", Tenn. 1'. 54164, June 1*5. 
1903; 2 c. S t pt. 23, 1903. 

Ophthalmologist (The). v. 4, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 54579 

Charles McCormick, Chicago, HI. B 

41203, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

1, no. 4. Sept., 
54580 

"William T. Harris, Philadelphia, Pa. 
B 56751, Aug. 12,1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Orange Judd (The) farmer [weekly], 

quarto, Chicago, v. 35, no. 10. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 54581 
v. 35, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 54582 
v. 35, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 15, 1903. 54583 
y. 35, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 54584 

Orange Judd company, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 46398-46401, Jan. 10, 1903. 

Our (The) race news leaflet. Aug., 1903. 

54585 

C. A. L. Totten, Xew Hayen, Conn. 

B57634, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Outing, v. 43, no. 1. Oct., 1903. 

54586 

The Outing publishing company, 
Xew York, X. Y. B 58361, Sepi. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 24. 1903. 

Outlook (The), v. 75, no. 1. Sept. 5. 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 54587 

v.. 75, no. 2. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

54588 

Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

54589 

Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

54590 



Sept. 11, 1903. 
v. 75. no. 3. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 
v. 75, no. 4 

Sept. 24, 1903. 
The Outlook company, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 42846-42849, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Paragon (The) monthly, v. 6, no. 10. 

Oct., 1903. 54591 

The Paraxon monthly, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 5S223. Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 

Pearson's magazine 
1903. 

The Pearson publishing company, 
Xew York. X. Y. B 57986, Sept. 15, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



v. 10, no. 4. Oct.. 
54592 



113 



538 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Pediatrics, v. 15, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 

54593 
Crossett & Bates, New York, N. Y. 
B 55743, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

Pennsylvania justices' law reporter, v. 

2, no. 1. Sept., 1903. 54594 
A. R. Place, Lansdale, Pa. B 57187, 

Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 

People's (The) home journal, v. 18, no. 

10. Oct., 1903. 54595 

F. M. Lupton, New York, N. Y. B 

572-13, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Physical culture, v. 10, no. 4. Oct., 

1903. 54596 

Bernarr Macfadden, New York, N. Y. 

B 53381, June 1, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 19, 

1903; 1 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Pictorial review, v. 4, no. 12. Sept., 

1903. 54597 

The Pictorial review co., New York, 

N. Y. B 56790, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

3, 1903. 

Pit and post. Sept., 1903. 54598 

Knight, Donnelley & co., Chicago, 111. 
B 55635, July 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 
1903. 

Plant (The) world, v. 6, no. 9. Sept., 

1903. 54599 

Charles Louis Pollard, Washington, 

D. C. B 46514, Jan. 12, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 15, 1903. 

Plumbers trade journal, v. 33, no. 9. 
May 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

54600 

v. 33, no. 10. Mav 15, 1903. 1 c. 

May 20, 1903; 1 c. May 21, 1903. 54601 
J. M. Heatherton, New York, N. Y. 
B 34813-34814, Aug. 26, 1902. 



v. 14, no. 9. Oct., 
54602 



Popular fashions. 
1903. 

L. N. Cushman, Boston. Mass. B 
57731, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Popular (The) science monthly, v. 63, 

no. 6. Oct., 1903. 54603 

The Science press, Garrison, N. Y. 

B 58326, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1903. 

Puck's quarterly, no. 31. 54604 

Keppler and Schwarzmann, New 
York, N. Y. B 57550, Sept. 1, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Record of christian work. v. 22, no. 10. 

Oct., 1903. 54605 

Wm. R. Moodv, East Northheld, 

Mass. B 58346, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 



Red (The) book. v. 1, no. 6. Oct., 1903. 

54606 
The Red book corporation, Chicago, 
111. B 57859, Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
18, 1903. 

Rhode Island (The) advertiser, v. 4, 

no. 11. Sept., 1903. 54607 

John S. Grisinger, Providence, R. I. 

B 57200, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 

1903. 

Rider (The) and driver, v. 26, no. 18. 

Aug. 1, 1903. 2 c. July 31, 1903. 54608 
v. 26. no. 19. Aug. .8, 1903. 1 c. 

Aug. 8, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 54609 



v. 26, no. 2D. 
Sept, 14, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 21. 
Aug. 21, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 22. 



Aug. 15, 1903. 

54610 
Aug. 22, 1903. 2 c. 

54611 
Aug. 29, 1903. 1 c. 



Aug. 28, 1903; 1 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 54612 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. 
54613 
Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 
54614 
2 c. 



- v. 26, no. 23. 
Sept. 4, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 24. 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 25. 
Sept, 18, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 26. 
Sept 26, 1903. 



Sept. 19, 1903. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 



54615 



54616 

Rider and driver publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 55094- 
55102, June 26, 1903. 

Rural American, v. 6, no. 4. Aug., 
1903. 54617 

Chappie publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. B 56967, Aug. 19, 1903; 1 
c. Aug. 19, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

St. Nicholas, v. 30, no. 12. Oct., 1903. 

54618 
The Century co., New York, N. Y. 
B 58294, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1 903. . 

Sartorial (The) art journal, v. 29, no. 3. 

Sept., 1903. 54619 

The Jno. J. Mitchell co., New York, 

N. Y. B 55134, June 27, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 

Saturday (The) evening post. v. 176, no. 

10. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

54620 
v. 176, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 54621 
v. 176, no. 12. Sept, 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 54622 
v. 176, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 24, 1903. 54623 

The Curtis publishing company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 53142-53145, Mav 

27, 1903. 

School (The) journal, v. 67, no. 8. Sept. 
5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 54624 



— v. 67, no. 9. 
Sept, 14, 1903. 



Sept, 12, 1903. 



54625 



111: 



V. 35, No. 40 



PERIODICALS 



539 



School (The) journal— Continued. 

v. 67, no. 10. Sept. 19, 1908. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, L903. 54626 
v. 67, no. 11. Sept. 26, 100:5. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, L903. 54627 

E. L. Kellogg & co., New York, N.Y. 

B 57585-57588, Sept. 3, 1903. 

Scientific American [weekly], 1. quarto, 
New York. v. 89, no. 10. Sept. 5, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 54628 

v. 89, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 54629 

v. 89, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54630 

v. 89, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 54631 

Munn <fc co., New York, N. Y. B 
43463-43466, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Scientific American supplement [weekly] , 

1. quarto, New York. no. 1444. Sept. 

5, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 54632 
no. 1445. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

10, 1903. 54633 
no. 1446. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

17, 1903. 54634 
no. 1447. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

24, 1903. 54635 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y. B 

43515-43518, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Scribner's magazine, v. 34, no. 4. Oct., 

1903. 54636 

Charles Scribner's sons, New York, 

N. Y. B 58337, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 

Self education for mechanics, v. 1, no. 
7. Sept., 1903. 54637 

John Phin, Paterson, N. J. B 57857, 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Smart (The) set. v. 11, no. 2. Oct., 

1903. 54638 

Ess Ess publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 57834, Sept, 11, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

Smoker's ,The) magazine, v. 11, no. 3. 
Sept., 1903. 54639 

The Smoker's magazine co., New- 
York, N. Y. B 54240, June 17, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 23, 1903. 

Standard Bible lesson quarterly, y. 5, 

no. 4. Oct., Nov., Dec, 1903! 54640 

The Standard publishing company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. B 55894, July 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Standard intermediate quarterly, v. 28, 

no. 4. Oct., Nov., Dec, 1903. 54641 

The Standard publishing company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. B 55891, July 17, 

1903; 2 c Sept. 21, 1903. 



Standard primary teachers quarterly, 
v. 4, no. 4. Oct., Nov.. Dec, L903. 

54642 
The Standard publishing company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. B 55896, July 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, L903. 

Standard teachers quarterly, v. 5, no. I. 

Oct., Nov., Dec, 1903. ' 54643 

The Standard publishing company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. B 55893, July 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Store life. v. 0, no. 6. Sept., 1903. 

54644 
The Counter publishing companv, 
New York, N. Y. B 51047, Apr. 7, 
1903; 2 c Sept. 24, 1903. 

Success, no. 113. Oct., 1903. 54645 
The Success co., New York, N. Y. 
B 39864, Dec 11, 1902; 2 c Sept. 19, 
1903. 

Telephone (The) magazine, v. 22, no. 
144. Sept., 1903. 54646 

Telephone magazine publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, I'll. B 58259, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Ten storv book. v. 3, no. 5. Oct., 1903. 

54647 
Daily storv publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 57815, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

Texas school journal, v. 21, no. 3. Sept., 
1903. 54648 

W. E. Darden, Waco, Tex. B 58253, 
Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c Sept, 19, 1903. 

Timely suggestion, v. 6, no. 4. Oct., 

Nov., Dec, 1903. 54649 

The Standard publishing companv, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. B 55895, Julv 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Town & country, no. 2991. Sept. 5, 
1903. 2 c Sept, 5, 1903. 54650 



Sept. 12, 1903. 2c.S?pt. 

54651 
Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

54652 
Sept. 26, 1903. 2c Sept. 

54653 



no. 2992. 

12, 1903. 
no. 2993 

19, 1903. 
no. 2994 

26, 1903. 

The Stuvyesant company, New York, 

N. Y. B 37374-37377; Oct, 24, 1902. 

Town topics, v. 50, no. 10. Sept. 3, 

1903. 2 c Sept. 4, 1903. 54654 
v. 50, no. 11. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 10, 1903. 54655 
v. 50, no. 12. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54656 
v. 50, no. 13. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 24, 1903. 54657 

Town topics publishing company, 

New York, X. Y. B 42157-42160, Dec 

29, 1902. 



115 



540 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Trackman (The), v. 1, no. 3. Sept., 
1903. 54658 

National union -of railway trackmen, 
Fort Scott, Kans. B 58059, Sept. 16, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

U. S. navy and marine corps directory, 
v. 12, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 54659 

C. H. Ridenonr, treasurer army and 
navy publishing company, Washing- 
ton,' D. C, B 47115, Jan. 21, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

Vim. v. 2, no. 3. Sept., 1903. 54680 

Vim publishing company, New York, 
N. Y. B 58062, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 28, 1903. 

Vogue, v. 22, no. 10. Sept, 3, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 3, 1903. 54661 
v. 22, no. 11. Sept, 10, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 10, 1903. 54662 
v. 22, no. 12. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 54663 
v. 22, no. 13. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 24, 1903. 54664 

Vogue company, New York, N. Y. 
B 41598-41601, Dec. 24, 1902. 

Warbler (The). Sept., Oct., 1903. 54665 

The Mayflower publishing company, 
Floral Park, N. Y. B 51219, Apr. 11, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Washington (The) mirror, v. 16, no. 1. 

Aus. 29, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

54666 
v. 16, no. 2. Sept, 5, 1903. 2 c, 

Sept. 5, 1903 54667 

— v. 16, no. 3. Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 12, 1903. 54668 

v. 1JB, no. 4. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 19, 1903. 54669 

v. 16, no. 5. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 54670 

i^merican newspaper syndicate, 
Washington, D. C. B 57444-57448, 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

W T ellspring (The) for voung people, v. 

60, no. 36. Sept. o, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 

20, 1903. 54671 
v. 60, no. 37. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 1, 1903. 54672 
v. 60, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 1, 1903. 54673 
v. 60, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 18, 1903. 54674 

The Congregational sunday-school 
and publishing society, Boston, Mass. 
B 40279-40282, Dec. 13, 1902. 



Western electrician, v. 33, no. 10. Sept. 
5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 54675 



— v. 33, no. 11. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

— v. 33, no. 12. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

— v. 33, no. 13. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 



Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

54676 
Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

54677 
Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

54678 



Electrician publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 41 461-41464, Dec. 22, 1902. 

Wochenblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung 
[weekly], folio, New York. v. 69, no" 
36. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

54679 

v. 69, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 54680 

v. 69, no. 38. Sept, 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 17, 1903. 54681 

v. 69, no. 39. Sept, 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 24, 1903. 54682 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New 
York. B 44375-44378, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Woman's home companion, v. 30, no. 10. 
Oct., 1903. 54683 

The Crow r ell publishing company, 
Springfield, Ohio. B 45462, Jan. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 24, 1903. 



Word and works. 
1903. 



Au^., 
54684 



Word and works publishing com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. B 55695, July 10, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 



v. 32, no. 4. Oct., 1903. 



54685 



Word and works publishing com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. B 57984, Sept. 14, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

World's (The) work. v. 6, no. 6. Oct., 
1903. 54686 

Doubledav, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. B 54874. June 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 



Writer (The^ 
1903. 



16, 



no. 9. Sept. 
5468 1 ; 



William H. Hills, Boston, Mass. B 
58066, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Young people's weekly, v. 17, no. 36. 

Sept, 5, 1903. 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

54688 
v. 17, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 10, 1903. 54689 
v. 17, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 54690 



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V. 35, No. 40 



PERIODICALS 



541 



Young people's weekly — Continued. 
v. 17, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 54691 

David C. Cook publishing company, 
Elgin, 111. B 40488-40491, Dec. 15, 
1902. 



Youth's (The) companion, v. 
36. Sept. 3, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 



/ / , no. 

1, 1903. 

54692 



Sept 



Youth's (The) companion 

v. 77, no. 37. Sept. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 

v. 77, no. 38 

Sept. 15,1903. 
v. 77, no. 39. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 

Perry Mason company 

B 41070-41079, Dec. 19, 



jept. 



— Contin 

10, 1903. 

17, 190: 

24, 1903. 

-, Boston, 

1902. 



iied. 
2 c. 

54693 

I; 2 c. 
54694 

2c. 

54695 

Mass. 



Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 16,832 



7730—03- 



117 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after tbe first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Jos. Aibl verlag, Miinchen. Germany, ('las* C, 
XXc. no. 54247. Sept. 5, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 5. 1903." 



Aibl (Jos. ) verlag, Miinchen, 
Germany. 
Concert D moll; fur violine mit beglei- 
tung des orchesters, componirt von 
Richard Strauss: op. 8; Lento ma non 
troppo; fur cello mit pianofortebeglei- 
tung von Jacques v. Lier. Miinchen, 
JosrAibl verlag. 54696 

C 54247, Sept. 5,1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 
Stimmungsbilder; fur klavier componirt 
von Richard Strauss: op. 9, verb no. 
3053; no. 4 a, Traumerei; fur cello mit 
pianofortebegleitung, von Jacques v. 
Lier. Miinchen, Jos. Aibl verlag. 

54697 
C54373,Sept.lO, 1903; 2c.Sept. 10,1903. 
Ambrose Abbott & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Blessed of the Lord be His land; anthem 
for festival and general use; composed 
by P. A. Whitehead. The ' 'Ambrose " 
edition of church music no. 72. Lon- 
don, Ambrose Abbott & co. 54698 
C 53746, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Hear, O Lord, when I cry; anthem for 
general and Lent use; adapted to the 
adagio of Beethoven's sonata: op. 27, 
by H. T. ; for soprano, alto, tenor, bass. 
The "Ambrose" edition of church mu- 
sic no. 71 . London, Ambrose Abbott 
& co. 54699 

C 53745, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Anderson (Anthony), Spo- 
kane, Wash. 
We love to sing of thee, sweet land of 
liberty; song by Anthony Anderson. 

54700 
C 51644, July 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Balmer oc Weber music house 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Mother's present; beautiful ballad adapted 
for school entertainments, composed 
bv Father Aug. Forster. 54701 



C 54406, Sept. 10, 
1903. 



1903; 2 c. Sept. 10 



Balmer & Weber music house 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Union labor; 8-hour march, composed by 
Father Aug. Forster for piano. 54702 
C 54405, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Basler (Horace R.), Sheri- 
danville, Pa. 
Claude Duval; march two step, com- 
posed bv Horace R. Basler for piano. 

54703 
C 54357, Sept.9, 1903; 2 c.Sept.9,1903. 

Bellmann & Thinner, Dres- 

den-Potschappei, 

Germany. 

Borussia-marsch; komponiert von C. 

Teike, fur pianoforte. Dresden-Pot- 

schappel, Bellmann & Thinner. 54704 

C 54246,Sept.5,1903; 2 c.Sept.5,1903. 

Kaiser parole marsch; komponiert von C. 
Teike, fiir pianoforte. Dresden- 

Potschappel, Bellmann & Thinner. 

54705 
C54245,Sept.5,1903; 2 c.Sept. 5,1903. 

Benjamin (Anton J.), Ham- 
burg, Germany. 
Kleinen (Die) zwillinge; (Little twins) 
sechs ganz leichte klavierstuckchen, 
Der diskant im umfang, von fiinf tonen, 
komponiert von W. Aletter: op. 330; 
heft I. Gavotte; A. Zweihandige 
ausgabe. Hamburg, Anton J. Benja- 
min. 54706 
C53777,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

heft 2, Menuet; A. Zweihandige aus- 
gabe. Hamburg, Anton J. Benjamin. 

54707 
C 53778, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

New York, 



Bloom (Sol), 

N. Y. 
Good morning, glory; words and music 
bv Heelan and Helf. 54708 

C53803,Aug.27,1903;2c.Ang.27,1903. 

119 749 



750 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



C 54915, Sept. 18, 1903; 



1903. 



ept. 10, 



Six bagatelles; pour piano, par N. von 

YVilm. no. 1; Capriccietto. Leipzig, 

Bos worth & co. 54719 

C 54916, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903. 



Bloom (Sol), New York, 
X. Y. 
New York forever! words by Nicholas 
Biddle; music by Ben M. Jerome. 

54709 
C 53804, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Bolan (John J.), Orange, 
X. J. 
Seton Hall; march and two step, com- 
posed by John J. Bolan for piano. 

54710 
C 53796, Aug. 27, 1 903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Boosey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Invitation to arise; song, words by St. 
John Lucas; music by Graham Peel. 
London, Boosey & co. 54711 i 

C 54289, Sept's, 1903; 2c. Sept, 8,1903. I 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Festgeschenk (Ein) fur die jugend; (A 
present for the young) 5 leichte instruc- 
tive vortragsstiicke im umfange von 5 
tonen, fur clavier zu 2 hiinden; compo- 
niert von Franz J. Liftl: op. 95, no. 1; 
Das Schaukelpf erd (The rocking horse ) . 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 54712 

C54918, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 1 0, 1903. 

no. 2; Der kukuk (The cuckoo). 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 54713 

C54919,Sept,18,1903;2c.Sept.l0,1903. 

no. 3; Der Hanswurst (Punch and 

Judy). Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

54714 
C54920, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

no. 4; Frage und antwortspiel; 

(Question and answer game.) Leip- 
zig, Bosworth & co. 54715 

C 54921, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

no. 5; Bebes schlummerliedchen; 

(Baby's cradle song.) Leipzig, Bos- 
worth & co. 54716 

C 54922, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Festival march; (Fest marsch) by Os- 
borne Edmundson, piano 4 ms. Leip- 
zig, Bosworth & co. 54717 
C 54148, Sept. 3,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Neue sonatinen, von Oscar Beringer. no. 
I; Sonatine pastorale. Leipzig, Bos- 
worth & co. 54718 



Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Six bagatelles; pour piano, par X. von 
Wilm. no. 2; Piece lyrique. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 54720 

C 54917, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Punfte (Der) mai; gesang auf den tod des 
Kaisers Xapoleon, von Hector Berlioz; 
poeme de P. de Beranger; deutsch 
revidiert von Felix Weingartner; Eng- 
lish translation b} r Percy Pinkerton; 
klavierauszug mit text von Otto Taub- 
mann. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 

54721 
C 54384, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

York, X. Y. 

Armins kampfruf; fur vierstimmigen 

mannerchor, soli und orchester- oder 

klavierbegleitung, komponiert von 

AVilh. Rudnick: op. 120; text von A. 

Volger; klavierauszug, 4 chorstimmen. 

Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 54722 

C 54254, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. pt.5,1903. 

Brewer (Eleanor E. ), White 
Sulphur Springs, Mont. 
Louisiana purchase; march and two step, 
by Grace E. Brewer, for piano. 54723 
C53051, Aug.13,1903; 2c.Sept.8,1903. 

Brown (W. H.), Medford, 

Mass. 

O, take me back to Dixie; words and 

music by Franklin E. Parker and 

Claude Weber. 54724 

C52067, July 27,1903; 2c. Aug.26,1903. 

Brown ( W. H. ) & Parker ( F. 
E. ) , Medford, Mass. , and 
Boston, Mass. 
O, take me back to Dixie; words and 
music by Franklin E. Parker and 
Claude Weber. 54725 

C53563,Aug.24,1903; 2c. Aug.26,1903. 
Pride of my heart and home; or, You can 
guess the rest; words and music by 
Franklin E. Parker and Claude Weber. 

54726 
C 53238, Aug. 18, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1 903. 

Bungert (August), Dresden, 

Germany. 

Faust; dichtung von Goethe; musik von 

August Bungert: op. 58; Beschwdrung 

der Helena; 2 teil, I akt. Leipzig, 

C. F. Leede. 54727 

C 53773, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Der bettler; I. teil. Leipzig, C. F. 

Leede. 54728 

C 53762, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 



120 



No. 40 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Bungert (August), Dresden, 

Germany. 

Faust; dichtung von Goethe; rausik von 

August Buugert: op. 58; Es war ein 

konigin Thule; I teil. Leipzig, C. F. 

ede. 54729 

C 53767, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Flohlied; I teil. Leipzig, C. F. 

Leede. 54730 

C53766,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Der Florentiner gartner; 2 teil. lakt. 

Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 54731 

: 11 i,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Die Florentiner gartnerinnen; 2 teil. 

I akt. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 54732 
C53769,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

klavierauszug von Conrad Ulbricht; 

teil I. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 54733 
C51229,July 11,1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Lied dee turmwachters Lynkens; 2 

teil. 5 akt. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 

54734 
C 53774. Aug.27, 1903; 2c. Aug.27,1903. 



— Mephistosstandchen; I teil. 
zig, C. F. Leede. 



Leip- 
54735 



C 53768, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

— Rattenlied; I teil. Leipzig, C. F. 
Leede. 54736 

C 53765, Aim. 27,1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

— Soldatenchor; I teil. Leipzig, 
C. F. Leede. 54737 

C53763.Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27.1903. 

— Tanz unter der Linde; I teil. 
Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 54738 

C53764, Aug.27, 1903; 2c. Aug.27,1903. 



Leipzig, 
54739 
,1903. 



— Tarantella; 2 teil, I akt. 
C. F. Leede. 

53772. Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 



— Der trunkene; 2 teil. I akt. Leip- 
zig, O. F. Leede. 54740 
C 53771. Aug.27.1903;2c.Aug.27 ; 1903. 



— Vor dem tor: I. 
C. F. Leede. 

C 53761, Aug. 27, 190? 



teil 



Leipzig, 
54741 
c.Aug. 27, 1903. 



F3urnet I William), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
William Burnet's easv music lessons. 

54742 
C 54182, Aug. 26, 1 903 : 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Caswell (M. Frances), Lud- 
ington, Mich. 
Bachelor maids; two step, byM. Frances 
Caswell, for piano. 54743 

C53805,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 



Chappell A: co., London, 

England. 

Soul's blossom; song, words by Robert 

Underwood .Johnson; music by hi/a 

Lehmann. no. 2 in F. London, 

Chappell & co. 54744 

C54290,Sept.8, L903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903, 

Dean | Frank i & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
For better or for worse; words and music 
by Harry Daeiv. London, Frank 

Dean & co. 54745 

C 54314, Sept. S, 1903;2 c.Sept. 8, 1903. 

De Greville (Staunton). Tus- 

kegee, Ala. 

Broken (The) engagement: Bong, words 

and music by Staunton De Greville. 

54746 
C 48435, May 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, I'm:-]. 

Happy valley; song, wordsand music by 

Staunton De Greville. 54747 

C 48434, May 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Demets (E. ), Paris. France. 

Oeuvres pour grand orgue on piano a 

pedales par Achille Philip; Prelude et 

fugue. Paris, E. Demets. 54748 

C 53784, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Pieces pour grand orgue ou piano a pe- 
dales, par M . Blaz v ; Allegretto. Paris, 
E. Demets. 54749 

C 53780, Aug. 27, 1903; 2c. Aug. 27, 1903. 
Andante. Paris, E. Demets. 54750 

C 53779, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 
Cantabile. Paris. E. Demets. 54751 

C 53781, Aug.27,1903; 2c. Aug.27,1908. 
Finale. Paris, E. Demets. 54752 

C 53782, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Marche. Paris, E. Demets. 

54753 

C 537S3, Aug. 27. 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Dilthey (FredC), Rockville 

Center, L. I., N. Y. 

Comfort dwells in that royal name: words 

and music bv Fred C. Dilthev; arr. by 

Theo. Ehrlich. 54754 

C53837,Aug.28,1903;2c.Aug.28,1903. 

Ditson (Oliver) company. 
Boston, Mass. 
King Olaf; cantata for soli and chorus: 
words by Henry Wadsworth Longfel- 
low; music by Carl Busch; vocal score 
with piano ace. 54755 

C 54340, Sept. 8,1903; 2 c. Sept. S. 1903. 

Nazarene (The!; cantata for soli, chorus 
and organ; text from the scriptures; 
music bv C. B. Rutenber; vocal sere. 

54756 
C54339,Sept.8,190S; 2 c.Sept. 8, 1903, 



121 



752 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Eisoldt & Rohkramer, Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Lyrische weisen; drei clavierstiicke von 
E. Wooge: op. 11, no. I; Romanze. 
Berlin, Eisoldt & Rohkramer. 54757 
C 54374, Sent. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Zwei weihnachtslieder; (Two Christmas 
songs) mit clavierbegleitung; ein oder 
zweistimmig zu singen von E. Wooge: 
op. 12, no. I; Weihnachtslied. Ber- 
lin, Eisoldt & Rohkramer. 54758 
C 54375, Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 
1903. 

no. 2; Christnacht, Berlin, Ei- 
soldt & Rokhamer. 54759 
C54376,Sept.l0,1903;2c.Sept.l0,1903. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 
Aubade Japonaise; pour piano par Aime 
Lachaume. Paris, Enoch & cie. 

54760 
C 54239, Sept. 5, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Avril; poesie de Marcel de Germiny; 

musique de Aime Lachaume. Paris, 

Enoch & cie. 54761 

C 54238, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Baiser (Un); poesie de Marcel de Ger- 
miny ; musique de Aime Lachaume. 
Paris, Enoch & cie. 54762 

C 54242, Sept, 5, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Chagrin d'amour; valse tres lente par 

Rodolphe Berger; pour piano seul. 

Paris, Enoch & cie. 54763 

C 54237, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 5, 1903. 

Dernier rayon; valse chantee; poesie de 

Pierre Meurray; musique de Leo 

Pouget; piano et chant. Paris, 

Enoch & cie. 54764 

C 54236, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5,1903. 

Gavotte; pour piano par Charles Cuvillier. 

Paris, Enoch & cie. 54765 

C 54240, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Gavotte badine; pour piano par Aime 
Lachaume. Paris, Enoch & cie. 

54766 
C 54235, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Jardin d'amour; poesie de Marcel de Ger- 

minv; musique de Aime Lachaume. 

Paris, Enoch & cie. 54767 

C 54241, Sept.5, 1903; 2 c. Sept.5, 1903. 

Enoch and sons, London, 

England. 

Hoping; song, words by Frederic E. 

Weatherly; music by Claud Powell. 

London, Enoch and sons. 54768 

C54396, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 



Enoch and sons, London, 

England. 

Lad and lass; song, words by C. Ken- 

nett Burrow; music by Claud Powell. 

London, Enoch and sons. 54769 

C 54394, Sept, 1 0, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1 903. 

Tell me a tale! song, words by Karine 

Somers; music by Reginald Somer- 

ville; no. 2 in G. London, Enoch 

and sons. 54770 

C 54243, Sept.5, 1903; 2 c. Sept.5, 1903. 

Two forest songs; The slender beech and 
the sapling oak; The bonny forest bram- 
ble; words by Thomas Love Peacock; 
music by Claud Powell. London, 
Enoch and sons. 54771 

C54395,Sept. 10, 1903; 2c. Sept, 10,1903. 

Erickson (John T. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Jorden ar Herrens. Ps. 24: 1-5: 9-10; 
musik af John T. Erickson. 54772 

C 54157, Sept, 3, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 

Evans (W. A. ), Boston, Mass. 
Blue bell march; for the piano by A. 
Fieldhouse. 54773 

C 53713, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Aug.26, 1903. 

polka; for the piano by A. Field- 
house. 54774 
C 53711, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

schottische; for the piano bv A. 

Fieldhouse. 54775 

C 53712, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

A. Field- 
54776 
C 53714, Aug.26, 1903; 2c. Aug.26, 1903. 

Brownie's jubilee march; for piano, four 

hands, by A. Fieldhouse. 54777 

C53715, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

Country dance; (Landler) by Carl Heins^ 
op. 175; edited bv J. Bailev, for piano. 

54778 
C 53723, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

Crescent reverie; for piano, four hands, 

by A. Fieldhouse. 54779 

C 53716, Aug. 26, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Croaking of the frogs; by Alfred Field- 
house, for piano. 54780 
C 53718, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

Flash light march; for piano, four hands, 

by E.Fulton. 54781 

C53721,Aug.26,1903;2c.Aug.26,1903. 

Ivv leaf schottische; for piano, four 

hands, by \V. F. Miller. 54782 

C 537 19, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 



— waltz; for the piano by 
house. 



122 



V. 36, No. 40 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



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Evans (W. A..), Boston, Mass. 
Junetide morceau; by A. Fieldhouse, for 
piano. 54783 

C53717, Aug. 26, 1 903 ; 2 c. A ug. 26, 1903. 

Murmuring pines; reverie byCarl Deman- 

gate, for piano. 54784 

053709, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

My lady's minuet; selections by O. R. 
Blum, for piano. 54785 

1^3725, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Parisian march and two step; by Car 

Demangate, for piano. 54786 

C 53707, Aug.26,1903; 2c.Aug.26,1903. 

Passion (The) flower waltz; for piano, 

four hands, by W. F. Miller. 54787 

C 53720, Aug. 26, 1903; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Village (The) belle; polka by Carl j 
Demangate, for piano. 54788 

C53710,Aug.26,1903;2c.Aug.26,1903. 

Virginia rose; by Carl Gansehals; edited 
and revised by J. H. Riplev, for piano. 

54789 
C 53724, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 26, 1903. 

Waltz of the Orioles; for piano, four 

hands, by Carl Demangate. 54790 

C 53708, Aug. 26, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903 . 

Youth's dream; by Th. Espen; revised 
and fingered by J. H. Ripley, for piano. 

54791 
C 53722, Aug. 26, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Feldman(B.) &co., London, 
England. 
Anglo-Saxon (The) language; song writ- 
ten and composed by E. W. Rogers; 
arr. by John Xeat. London, B. 

Felclman & co. 54792 

C 54295, Sept. 8,1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Fischer (J.) & brother, New 
York, X. Y. 
Album leaf; (Feuilled' album) by Charles 
Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinnhold, for 
violin and piano. 54793 

C 53809, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. \ 

Boatman's song; (Barcarolle) by Charles i 
Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinnhold. 
for violin and piano. 54794 

C 5381 7, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. ; 

Cantica Sion; a collection of Latin and i 

English hymns and motets for female ! 

voices, compiled by G. Burton. Fisch- \ 

er's edition, no. 2317. 54795 j 

C53806, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. i 

Come unto me; St. Matthew xi, 28-30; 
duet for contralto and baritone, with 
cello or violin obligato ad lib., by Ru- 
dolf Sinnhold. 54796 
C 54272, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. | 



Fischer (J.) & brother, New 
York, X. V. 
Cradle song; (Berceuse) byCharles Dan- 
cla; edited by Rudolf Sinnhold forvio- 

lin and piano. 54797 

C53815,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Dainty butterfly; intermezzo-characteris- 
tique, by M. Loesch; band arrs 
Qient. 54798 

054271, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, L903. 

Evening's dream; (Un reve du soir) by 
Charles Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinn- 
hold, for violin and piano. 54799 
C 5381 1 , Aug. 27,1 903 ; 2 c. A ug. 27,1 903. 

Fountain (The); (La fontaine) by 
Charles Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinn- 
hold, for violin and piano. 54800 
C 53812, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Fragment of a sonata; (Fragment de 
sonate) by Charles Dancla; edited by 
Rudolf Sinnhold, for violin and piano. 

54801 
C 53810, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Minuet; (Menuet) by Charles Dancla; 

edited by Rudolf Sinnhold, for violin 

and piano. 54802 

C53813,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Nocturnal song; (Petite nocturne) by 
Charles Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinn- 
hold, for violin and piano. 54803 
C 53816, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Novellette; by Charles Dancla; edited by 
Rudolf Sinnhold, for violin and piano. 

54804 
C 53807, Aug.27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Romance; by Charles Dancla; edited by 
Rudolf Sinnhold, for violin and piano. 

54805 
C 538 14, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Short lyric air; (Cavatina) by Charles 

Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinnhold, 

for violin and piano. 54806 

C53818,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Slow waltz; (Valse lente) by Charles 

Dancla; edited by Rudolf Sinnhold, 

for violin and piano. 54807 

C 53808, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Foerster (Ad. M.), Pittsburg, 
Pa. 
Two anthems; Lead us heavenly Father; 
The spring-tide hour; by Adolph M. 
Foerster: op. 58. 54808 

C 54257, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
I forgot to take the missis; song, by Harry 
Castling. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 54809 

( '54303. Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, L903. 



12; 



754 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
I know you love me true; song, written 
and composed by Harry Castling and 
A. J. Mills. London, Francis, Dav 
& Hunter. 54310 

C 54307, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Isn't it a cruel world; song, written by 
F. Clifford Hams; composed by Jas. 
W. Tate. London. Francis, Dav & 
Hunter. 54811 

C54311, Sept, 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8,1903. 

My latchkey; song, written by Harry 
Adams; composed by Ernee AVoodville. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 

548^2 
C 54308, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Sailing home; song, written and composed 

by A. J. Mills and Bennett Scott. 

London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 54813 

C 54306, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

So long as I know what you're doing; 
song written and composed by Frank 
Leo. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. 54814 
C 54312. Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

There she was again; song, written and 
composed by A. J. Mills and Bennett 
Scott. London, Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter. 54815 

C 54305, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

To sin is but human; written and com- 
posed by Harry Castling. London, 
Francis,' Day & Hunter. 54816 

C 54302, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Two short speeches; song, written and 

composed by E. W. Rogers. London, 

Francis, Day 0c Hunter. 54817 

C 54309, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Valse chic; by Paul Rembrandt for piano. 
London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 

54818 
C 54310, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

We're making up for lost time now ; song, 

written and composed by Murray and 

Everard. London, Francis, Dav £ 

Hunter. 54819 

C54313, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Yes, yes, yes; song, written and com- 
posed by C. J. Taylor. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 54820 
C 54304, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Grant, Berard & Bouvier, 
Fall River, Mass. 
Foolish dreams; words by Alexander 
Grant; music by H. J. B." Berard. 

54821 
C 54324, Sept, 8,1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



Grasmuk & Schott, New 
York, N. Y. 
Fille (La) du regiment; selection by 
Donizetti; band arrangement. 54822 
C 53851, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 28, 1903. 

Linta; concert waltz, by Carl Sohst; band 

arrangement. 54823 

C 53849, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 28, 1903. 

Mazeppa: overture by Franz Mahl; band 

arrangement, 54824 

C 53850, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Xabucco; selection, by Verdi; arr. by F. 

Mahl; band arrangement, 54825 

C 53852, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Our love to thee; serenade by W. Perlitz: 

op. 52; band arrangement. 54826 

^ C 53848, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Stradella; selection by Flotow; band ar- 
rangement. 54827 
C 53853, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

When we think of home; brass quartet, 
by W. Perlitz: op. 50; band arrange- 
ment. 54828 
C 53847, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 28, 1903. 

Gries (C. A.), Hannover, 

Germany. 

10 handgelenk-studien; far die rechte 

und linkehand unter beriicksichtigung 

kleiner hande, von Felix Berger: op. 27. 

Hannover, C. A. Gries. 54829 

C 54253, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Groom (Wm. E. ), Sharon, 

Pa. 

Maggie, my true love; waltz song and 

chorus; words and music by W. E. 

Groom. 54830 

C 51076, July 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Hachette & co., Paris, France. 

Loin de toi; (Man schwebt dahin) valse 

de P. Lincke, pour piano; edition Pari- 

sienne. Paris, Hachette &cie. 54831 

C 54291, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Mon bijou; (Mein juwel) valse de P. 
Lincke, pour piano; edition Parisienne. 
Paris, Hachette & cie. 54832 

C 54292, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg. Germany. 
Paraphrase, liber Robert Radecke's lied 
"Aus der jugendzeit;" von Carl Friede- 
mann: op. 146; ansgabe fur pianoforte 
zu2hiin<len. Magdeburg, Heinrichs- 
hofen's verlag. 54833 
C 54244, Sept, 5,1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 



124 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Henkel (J. A.),Collegeville, 
End. 
Lord, God of hosts; words byX. Jaeger; 
music by J. A. Henkel. 54834 

C 54315, Sept. 8,1903: 2c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Hennaman (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
High-fiver march; band arrangement by 
Wm.'H. Sewell. 54835 

C 5431 7. Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 

Variations Japonaises; de Paul Vidal; 

transcription pour deux pianos a quatre 

mains, par Louis Changeart. Paris, 

Heugel & cie. 54836 

C 54293, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Hill (Harrison) publishing 

co., London, England. 

My Juliet; a Shakespearean coon song, 

" Oh! aint you comin out my Juliet" ; 

humorous song written and composed 

by Harrison Hill. London, Harrison 

Hill publishing co. 54837 

C 54248, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 5, 1903. 

Hug (Gebruder) & co., 

Leipzig, German}-. 

AY eg (Der) zumgluck; gedicht von Anna 

Ritter; componirt von Gottfried An- 

gerer: op. 117. A, fiir mannerchor; 

partitur. Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & 

CO. 54838 

C 54250, Sept. 5, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

B, fur gemischten chor; partitur. 

Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & co. 54839 

C 54251, Sept. 5, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

C, fiir frauenchor, dreistimmig; 

partitur. Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & 
co. 54840 

C 54252, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Hull (S. G. ), Sumpterville, 
Fla. 
New (The) Yankee Dude'll Do; song and 
chorus; words and music by S. G. Hull. 

54841 
C 54355, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Love song of Marco Polo to Beatrice; 

daughter of the doge of Venice; words 

by Henry Cleveland Wood; music by 

Pietro Mascagni. 54842 

C 54188, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1 903. 

Jamieson (L>. Burns), Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 
Pax vobiscum; vesper hymn; words by 
Sarah F. Adams; music by D. Burns 
Jamieson. London, Novello and 

company, limited. 54843 

C 53754, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 



Jenkins' (J. \Y. ) song music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Flower (The) gardener; waltzes by Theo. 
H. Northrup, for piano. 54844 

C54190,Aug.28,1903;2c.Aug.28,1903. 

Kahnt (C. F.) , nachfolger, 
Leipzig, ( rermany. 
Drei gedichte von Emil Claar; fiir cine 
singstimme mitklavierbegleitung; kom- 
poniert von Sigd. Glanz: op. 17, no. 1. 
Zu sagen dir, dass ich dich liebe; hoch. 
Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 

54845 
C 53437, Aug. 22, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 0, 1903. 

no. 2. Suss ist dein auge; hoch. 

Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 

54846 
C 5343S, Aug. 22, 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept . 10, 1 903. 

no/3; Ich wollt' ich konnte sein die 

ruhe; hoch. Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, 
nachfolger. 54847 

C 53439, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 10, 1903. 
Fontaine (La) ; capriccio fiir clavier kom- 
poniert von Sigd. Glanz: op. 10. 
Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 

54848 
C 53435, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c.Sept, 10, 1903. 
Mem kirchhof; gedicht von Eugenie Gal- 
li; fur eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, komponiert von Sigd. Glanz: 
op. 8; hoch. Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, 
nachfolger. 54849 

C 53433, Aug. 22, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 
Wenn der vogel naschen will; gedicht 
von R. Baumbach; fiir eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung, komponiert von 
Sigd. Glanz: op. 9; hoch. Leipzig, 

C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 54850 

C 53434, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 10, 1903. 
Winter stimmung; lied mit worten fiir 
violoncello mit klavierbegleitung kom- 
poniert von Sigd. Glanz: op. 15. 
Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 

54851 
C53436,Aug.22,1903;2c.Sept.lO,1903. 

Leon (Yincent), Brooklvn. 
N. Y. 
Military echoes; arr. by Yincent Leon 
for mandolin. 54852 

C 54364, Sept. 9, 1903; 2c.Sept.9,1903. 
Overture " William Tell;" arr. by Yin- 
cent Leon for mandolin. 54853 
C 54365, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 
Leuckart (F. E. C. ), ( Con- 
stant n Sander) Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Dreiunddreissig choral vorspiele fiir orgel, 
Fughetten; zum gebruch beim gottes- 
diensi sowie beim unterricht in lehrer- 
bildungsanstalten von Karl KLiihn: op. 
60. Leipzig, F. E. ('. Leuckart 
(Constantin Sander). 54854 
C 53776, Aug.27,1903; 2c. Aug.27, 1903. 



125 



756 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Luekhardt' s musik - verlag 
(R. Lebrecht), Stutt- 
gart, Germany. 
Xeue gesange; fur m.'innerchor von Wil- 
helm Sturm : op. 132; Drei manner- 
chore no. I Lenzsturm; ged. v. E. 
Meyer. -54855 

C 54249, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5,1903. 

Lvon and Healv, Chicago, 
111.' 
Ashland club quadrille; by Geo. D. Bar- 
nard, for orchestra. 54856 
C 54346, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Dance of the Hindoos; characteristic 
piece, by S. E. Morris, for orchestra. 

54857 
C 54349, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Hyde Park lancers; by Geo. D. Barnard, 

for orchestra. 54858 

C 54341, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Linnet and lark polka; duet for flute and 

clarinet or 2 B flat clarinets, by F. H. 

Losey, for orchestra. 54859 

C 54350, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

My sweetheart; song schottische, by P. J. 

Jersey, for cornet and p^ano. 54860 

C 54347, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Playmate concert waltz; by P. J. Jersey, 

for cornet and piano. 54861 

C 54352, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Princess Marjorie waltzes; by C. W. Ben- 
net, for orchestra. 54862 
C 54343, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Ray (A) of melancholy: song by P. J. 

Jersey, for cornet and piano. 54863 

C 54348, Sept.8,1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Spirit of youth march; by Marcia Kelley; 
arr. by Geo. L. Sanford, for band. 

54864 
C 54344. Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

march and two step, by Marchia 

Kelley, for piano. 54865 

C 54345, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sweetly be thy dreams: a tone picture by 

Geo. Voelker, for orchestra. 54833 

C54342, Sent. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Two of us; cornet solo or duet, by ('lias. 

H. Cramer: arr. by W. E. Strong, for 

orchestra. 54867 

C54351, Sept.8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

McKinley music company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Celestial (The) city; song, words by 

Claire L. Ryder; music by Fred L. 

Ryder. 54868 

C 54331 . Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

1 



McKinley music company. 

Chicago, 111. 

If thou wilt be mine own; words by 

Thomas H. Fletcher: music bv Fred 

L. Ryder. * 54869 

C 54330, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

; Mocking bird; with variations, for the 

•piano, by Frederic Lewis. 54870 

' C 54325, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Nearer my God to Thee; with concert 

variations for the piano, by Frederic 

Lewis. 54871 

C 54326, Sept. 8,1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Old black Joe: with beautiful variations 
for the piano, bv Frederic Lewis. 

54872 
C 54328, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept.8, 1903. 

Rosemont lancers; by L.Raymond: quad- 
rilles and contra dances for piano. 

54873 
C54935, Sept.17,1903; 2c. Sept.8,1903. 

Royal league lancers; by D. S. McCosh, 

for piano. 54874 

C 54332, Sept. S, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Way down south in Dixie; walk around, 

by Frederic Lorin for piano. 84875 

C 54327, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

We won't go home 'till morning; march 
two-step, bv Frederic Lorin for piano. 

54876 
C 54329, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8.1903. 

Mansfield (Dudley), San Fran- 
cisco. Cal. 
Perpetual (The) banjo school no. 8: by 
D. Mansfield. 5487*7 

C 5431 8. Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8,1903. 

Mashaw (Francis H. ), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Port of the homeland: words and music 
by Francis H. Mashaw. 54878 

C53792, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1^03. 

Melanson (Louis X.), Bos- 
ton, Ma>-. 
Souvenirs (\vy beaux jours; words and 
music by Samuel E. Melanson. 54879 
054361, Sept. 9. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9,1903. 

Molineux (George), New 
York, X. Y. 
Lerman's graded method for piano; arr. 
in all the keys, major and minor con- 
secutively in progressive form, by J. 
W.Lerman: pt. I; elementary. 54880 
C 53823, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Postlude in G; by Frank C. Harrington 

for organ. 54881 

C53828,Aug.28,1903; 2c.Sept.5,1903. 



V. 36, No. 40 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Molineux (George), New 
York. N. Y. 
Processional; by Francis J. Barrett for 
organ. 54882 

C 53835, Aug. 28, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5,1903. 

Service prelude in B flat: by Geo. Rosen- 

krana for organ. 54883 

C 53830, Ang. 28, 1903; 2 c.Sept.5,1903. 

Wandering; by J. W. Lerman for organ. 

54884 
C53831, Ang. 28,1903; 2c. Sept. 5. 1903. 
Moore (Arthur C. ), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Tickled to death; march and two-step for 
banjo, bv Percv M. Jaques for piano. 

54885 
C 54369, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 
Mustel ptre et tils, Paris, 
France. 
Ariette; oeuvre originale pour orgue- 
Mustel par Joseph Bizet: op. 18. 
Paris, Mustel pere & tils. 54886 

C 54294, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Nichols (Robert), Sorner- 
ville, Mass. 
Plantation love song; words by Helen 
Goad; music bv Robert Nichols. 

54887 
C 51002, JulyS, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Atonement (The); a sacred cantata for 
soli and chorus; words written by Alice 
Parsons; music composed by S. Cole- 
ridge-Taylor: op. 53. Novello's origi- 
nal octavo edition. London, Novello 
& co., limited. 54888 

C 53748, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 
Behold the Lamb of God; hymn, words 
by Matthew Bridges; music by J. 
Stainer. Novello's parish choir-book 
no. 640. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 54889 

C 53756, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27. 1903. 
Crossing the bar; hymn, words by Alfred, 
Lord Tennyson; music by C. H. H. 
Parry. Novello's parish choir book, 
no. 637. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 54890 

C 53749, Aug. 27. 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 
Eton school songs; words by G. M. 
Young; music by Arthur Goodhart. 
no. 11. The song of the mile. Lon- 
don, Novello & co., limited. 54891 
C 53751, Aug. 27, 1903; 2c. Aug. 27, 1903. 
Funeral march: from the music to Grania 
and Diarmid, by Edward Elgar: organ 
transcriptions by A. Herbert Brewer, 
no. 2. London. Novello & co., lim- 
ited. 54892 
C 54301. Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



Novello A CO., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Gavotte and musette; composed by Th. 
Wendt: op. 16, no. 2; cello and b 

London. Novello & CO., limited. 54893 

C 54393, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 



— Viola. 
limited. 



London, Novello <y. CO., 
54894 



C 54392, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903. 

Violino primo. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 54895 

C 54390, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Violino secondo. London, No- 
vello & co., limited. 54896 
C 54391, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Kyrie; composed by John E, "West, for 

soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Novello's 

parish choir book, no. 642. London, 

Novello & co., limited. 54897 

C 53747, Aug. 27, 1903 : 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Night-whispers; (Nachtgeschwatz) part- 
song for S. S. A. T. B. B.; English 
words trans, from the German of Franz 
Ewers, by Paul England; music com- 
posed by W. Von Moellendorff: op. 16, 
no. 2. Novello's part-song book, sec- 
ond series, no. 926. London, Novello 
& co., limited. 54898 

C 53755, Aug. 27, 1903; 2c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Quartet in A minor; composed by J. B. 

McEwen: viola. London. Novello 

& co., limited. 54899 

C 53757, Aug. 27, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 27,1903. 

violino primo. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 54900 

C 53758. Aug. 27, 1903; 2c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

violino secondo. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 54901 

C 53759, Ang. 27, 1903; 2c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

violoncello. London. Novello & 

co., limited. 54902 

C53760,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Romance (A); song words written by 
Frances Haydn: music composed by 
H. Waldo Warner. London, No- 
vello & co., limited. 54903 
C53753,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Valse melancolique; composed by Th. 

Wendt: op. 16, no. 3: cello e basso. 

London, Novello & CO., limited. 54904 

C54389,Sept. 10,1903; 2c.Sept. 10,1903. 






127 



758 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



— violino primo. 

& co., limited. 



Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Yalse melancolique; composed by Th. 
Wendt: op. 16, no. 3; viola. Lon- 
don, Novello & co., limited. 54905 
C 54388, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

London, Novello 
54906 

C 54386, Sept, 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

violino secondo. London, Novel- 
lo & co., limited. 54907 
C54387,Sept,10,1903;2e.Sept.l0,1903. 

Voces clamantium; (The voices of them 
that cry) motet for soli, & chorus by 
O. Hubert H. Parry. Novello' s origi- 
nal octavo edition. London, Novel- 
lo & co., limited. 54908 
C 53750, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Young cupid; song, words written by 
Frances Haydn; music composed by 
H. Waldo Warner. London, Novel- 
lo & co., limited. 54909 
C 53752, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Polla (W. C.) co., Chicago, 
111. 
Gondolier (The); intermezzo by W. C. 
Powell for piano. 54910 

C 53799, Aug.10, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. ] 0, 1903. 

Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
American beauty waltz; by Frederick N. 
Shackley for piano. 54911 

C 53845, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Charge of the Uhlans; by Carl Bohm: 

op. 213; edited by P. W. Orem for 

piano. 54912 

C51715,July 20,1903; 2 c. Sept. 5. 1903. 

Come dance with me; by Hans Sonner: 

op. 29 for piano. 54913 

C 51886, July 24,1903; 2 c. Sept. 5,1903. 

Commonwealth (The); by F. Newell for 

piano. 54914 

C53844,Aug.28,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Drink to me only with thine eves; edited 

by W. J. Baltzell for piano.' 54915 

C 51710, July 20,1903; 2 c. Sept.5,1903. 

Farewell (A) ; by Frank H. Brackett for 
piano. 54916 



C 53247, Aug. 18, 1903; 



Sept. 5, 190:: 



Frivolous fancies; by W. F. Sudds for 

piano. 54917 

C 53246, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept.5,1903. 

Hungarian love song; by Joseph L. 

Roeckel; edited by YV. j. Baltzell for 

piano. 54918 

C51711,July20,1903;2c.Sept.5,1903. 



Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Hungarian rhapsody; by H. Engelmann: 
op. 602 for piano." 54919 

C51721, July 20, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5,1903. 

j Jolly chums; by W. F. Sudds: op. 293 

for piano. 54920 

C 51 723, July 20,1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Laughing waters; bv H. Engelmann: op. 

640 for piano. 54921 

C 51720, July 20,1903; 2 c. Sept.5,1903. 

Little (The) guards; by C. G. Sommer 

for piano. 54922 

C51943,July 24,1903; 2 c. Sept. 5,1903. 

\ Modern style dance; by E. Antreas: op. 
31 ; edited by W. P. Mero for piano. 

54923 
C 51719, July 20,1903; 2 c.Sept. 5,1903. 

My lady dancers; by Frank H. Brackett 

for piano. 54924 

C 51728, July 20,1903; 2 c. Sept. 5,1903. 

On the race track; by Carl W. Kern: op. 

183 for piano. 54925 

C 53842, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

i Osmanli; by J. F. Zimmermann for 

piano. 54926 

C51718,July20, 1903; 2c. Sept.5,1903. 

Polka characteristique; by Francis Popy; 
edited by W. P. Mero for piano. 

54927 
C51716, July 20, 1903; 2c.Sept.5, 1903. 

Pomponnette; by Aug. Durand; edited 
bv P. W. Orem: op. 80 for piano. 

54928 

C 53841 , Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Ride (A) on the rocking horse; by W. 

Kienzl; edited by P. W. Orem for 

piano. 54929 

C 51712, July 20, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 5, 1903. 

Royal bengal march, by H. Engelmann: 

op. 627 for piano. 54930 

C 53256, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 5, 1903. 

Springtime; by Carl W. Kern: op. 184 

for piano. 54931 

C 53843, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Sunflower dance; no. 1, for piano, 4 
hands, by W. E. MacClymont: op. li. 

54932 
C 53245, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 5, 1903. 

Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Under the trees; by Frederic A. Frank- 
lin: op. 26, for piano. 54933 
C 51722, July 20,1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



12S 



V. 36, No. 40 



MUSICAL Compositions 



759 



Punch (Patrick), Maynard, 

Mas-. 
She would send with it her heart: song 
and chorus: words and music by Pat- 
rick Punch. "54934 
C 54302. Sept. 9, 1908: 2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Rogers bros. musit publish- 
ing co.. New York, N. Y. 
American beauty: words and music bv 
Max Hoffman. 54935 

C 54464, Sept.10, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

By the Sycamore tree; words by Geo. V. 
Hobart; music bv Max Hoffmann. 

54936 
C54285, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Coster's i^The) holiday; words by Geo. 
V. Hobart; music bv Max Hoffmann. 

54937 
C 54284, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 cSept. 5, 1903. 

You dream of me, dear; lullaby, words by 
George V. Hobart: music by M. Mel- 
ville Ellis. 54938 
C 54286, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Rohlfing Sons music co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Thou art my all; (Uu bist mein alles) 

music bv Louis Campbell-Tipton; no. 1; 

original* kev in D. 54939 

C 54414. Sept, 10, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 10. 1903. 

nc. 2 in F. 54940 

C 5441 5, Sept. 10, 1903 ;2c. Sept, 10, 1903. 

Schirmer (G. ), Xew York, 

N. Y. 

Mastersongs by great composers; Carl 

Loewe, six ballads; edition for high 

voices. Theo. Baker, tr. (Schirmers 

Librarv of musical classics, v. 719.) 

54941 
A 67014, Aug. 25, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

six songs, edition for high voice. 

Theo. Baker, tr. (Schirmers Library 

of musical classics, v. 717. ) 54942 

A67013,Aug.25,1903;2c.Aug.25,1903. 

Schmidt (Arthur P.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
King (The) of love, my Shepherd is; 
trio by Ch. Gounod; arr. by Frank 
Lvnes. Octavo series, women's voices, 
no. 260. 54943 

C 53862, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903 . 

Solveig's song; trio by Edward Grieg; 

arr. by Frank Lynes. Octavo series, 

women's voices, no. 259. 54944 

C53861,Aug.28,1903;2c.Aug.28,1903. 

Schneider ( H . ) , Alameda, 
Cal. 
Long ago down in the old home; song, 
words by A. Monos; music by S. Dhent. 

54945 
C 54323, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c.Sept.8, 1903. 

1 



Seholz (Aug.), Charleston, 
Mo. 

My Anna: words and music bv Aug. 

Seholz. ' 54946 

C 53798, Aug.27,1903; 2c. Aug.27,1903. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & co.. 

New York, N. Y. 

Simple little Susie Simpkins; words by 

Andrew B. Sterling; music bv Silvio 

Hein. ' 54947 

C 54259, Sept. 5, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 190:5. 

Shepard (F. S.), Peoria, 111. 

Fountain (The) of healing; words by 

Laurene Highfield; music by Fred S. 

Shepard. 54948 

C54261, Sept. 5, 1903; 2c.Sept. 5, 1903. 

Go forward; words by Laurene Highfield; 

music by F. S. Shepard. 54949 

C 54263, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Holy Spirit, I implore thee; words by 
E. A. Hoffman; music bv F. S. Shepard. 

54950 
C 54262, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

It was Jesus; words by James Rowe; 

music by F. S. Shepard. 54951 

C 54264, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Siegel's (C. F. W. ) musikalien- 
handlung (R. Linnemann) 
Leipzig, Germany. 
Kompositionen fur miinnerchor, von Ot- 
tomar Neubner: op. 96; Yier chore 
no. 1; Trost; ged. v. Th. Souchay. 
Leipzig, C. F. AY. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung (R. Linnemann ). 54952 
C 54297, Sept. 8, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

no. 2; Zwei herzen voll treue; ged. 

v. A. A. Naaff. Leipzig, C. F. W. 
Siegel's musikalienhaiullung (R. Linne- 
mann). 54953 
C 54298, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

no. 3; Das roslein; ged. v. A. VV. 

Contessa. Leipzig, 0. F. W. Siegel's 
musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann). 

54954 
C 54299, Sept.8,1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

no. 4; Mailiedchen; ged. von Jul. 

Sturm. Leipzig, C. F. AY. Siegel's 
musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann). 

54955 

C 54300, Sept.8,1903; 2 c. Sept.8,1903. 

Konzert-fantasie; fur orgel, komponiert 
von C. Ad. Lorenz: op. 66. Leipzig, 
C. F. W. Siegel's musikalienhandlung 
(R. Linnemann). 54956 



C 53790, Aug.27,1903; 2c. Aug.27,1903. 



29 



760 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Siegel's (C. F. W. ) musikalien- 
handlung ( R. Linnemann ) , 
Leipzig, Germany. 
Toccata und fuge; fur orgel, komponiert 
von C. Ad. Lorenz: op. 62. Leipzig, 
C. F. W. Siegel's musikalienhandlung 
(R. Linnemann). 54957 

C53789,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

Vierlieder; fiirdrei frauenstimmen, chor 
oder solo, komponiert von Max Meyer- 
Olbersleben: op. 76, no. 1; Ostermor- 
gen; ged. von Julius Lohmeyer. 
Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung (R. Linnemann). 54958 
C 53785, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

no. 2; Die verlassene; ged. von Carl 

Siebel. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's 
musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann). 

54959 
C53786,Aug.27,1903;2c.Aug.27,1903. 

no. 3; Veilchentod; ged. von Hans 

Brand. Leipzig. C. F. W. Siegel's 
musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann). 

54960 
C 53787, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

no. 4; Sonniger tag. Leipzig, 

C. F. W: Siegel's musikalienhandlung 

(R. Linnemann). 54961 

C 53788, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug; 27, 1903. 

Skoog (A. L. ), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Jag vet en liten afskild vra; musik af 
A. L. Skoog. 54962 

C 54158, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Slothower (Elmer George), 
Garrett, Wyo. 
Old (The) familiar song; song by Elmer 
George Slothower. ' 54963 

C47742, May 13,1903; 2 c.Aug. 21, 1903. 

Spangenberg (C. F. ), Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 
Columbine waltz; arr. by Mrs. C. F. 
Spangenberg for piano. 54964 

C 54195, Sept. 4, 1903; 2c. Aug.24,1903. 

Spaulding (Geo. L. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Globe (The) trotters; march composed 
by Geo. L. Spaulding for piano. 54965 
*C 47840, May 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sprague (Ward), Syracuse, 
N. Y. 
Belle (The) of Syracuse; song, music by 
Ward Sprague! 54966 

C 48731, May 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Mark Stern edition; banjo folio no. I, arr. 
by Brooks and Denton. 54967 

*C 54366, Sept, 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 



Thies (Georg), Darmstadt, 
Germany. 
Bunte blatter; leichte, fortschreitende 
vortragsstiicke; (Light progressive 
pieces of execution) in der 1 lage fur 
violine mit begleitung des pianoforte, 
von Bruno Oelsner: op. 20; no. 1, C 
* dur, A Her arifaiig ist schwer; (Begin- 
nings are always difficult.) Darm- 
stadt, Georg Thies, musikverlag. 

54968 
C54377,Sept.l0,1903;2c.Sept,10,1903. 

no. 2. G dur Gebet; (Prayer.) 

Darmstadt, Georg Thies, musikverlag. 

54969 
C 54378, Sept. 10, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

no. 3. Enoll, Derentschluss; (The 

resolution.) Darmstadt, Georg Thies, 
musikverlag. 54970 

C 54379, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
19 3. 

no. 4. E dur, Ein trauru ; ( A dream . ) 

Darmstadt, Georg Thies, musikverlag. 

54971 
C 54380, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 
1903. 

no. 5. D dur, Hansel und Gretel; 

(Hansel and Gretel.) Darmstadt, 
Georg Thies, musikverlag. 54972 

C 54381, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

no. 6. D noil, Trotzkopf ; (Obstinate 

little thing. ) Darmstadt, Georg Thies, 
musikverlag. 54973 

C 54382, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

no. 7. D dur, Dererste walzer; (The 

first waltz.) Darmstadt, Georg 

Thies. musikverlag. 54974 

C 54383, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

United publishers' corpora- 
tion, New York, X. Y. 
Boat song; words by Marion Dana; music 
by Angelo De Prosse. 54975 

C54170,Sept.3, 1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

Cradle song; bv Frances C. Robinson: op. 

32 for piano." 54976 

C 54172, Sept. 3,1903; 2c. Sept.4, 1903. 

How beauteous were the works divine; 
sacred song, bv Alexander Dixie. 

54977 
C 54169, Sept, 3,1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 



Love thought; nocture, 
knap for piano. 
C54171, Sept. 3,1903; 



bv Nellie Bel- 

54978 

2 c. Sept, 4,1903. 



130 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Tin 



Vanderslool music co., Wil- 

liainsport, Pa. 

Nyla, my Algerine; words by Vincent 

Hi-van; music by Byrd Dougherty; arr. 

by Lee Oreao Smith. "54979 

C54400,Sep1 10,1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Scout (The); oiareh and two step by J. J. 

Geyer for piano. 54980 

6 54401, Sept. 10,1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Vandersloot (The) teaching edition grade 

1. no. J. " Choral " for piano by Henri 

Weil. * 54981 

C54402,Sept. 10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 2. A summer day; for piano, by 

Henri Weil. 54982 

C 54418, Sept. 10,1903; 2c.Sept.4,1903. 

no. 3. The sandman's song; for 

piano by Henri Weil. 54983 

C 54419, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 4. Heroes march; for piano by 

Henri Weil. 54984 

C 54420, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 4,1903. 

no. 5. Flying clouds; for piano, by 

Henri Weil. ' 54985 

C 54421, Sept. 10,1903; 2 c.Sept. 4,1903. 

no. 6. A song to spring: for piano, 

by Henri Weil. 54986 

C 54422, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 4,1903. 

no. 7. .Mazurka; for piano bv Henri 

Weil. ' 54987 

C 54423, Sept.10,1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

no. 8. Sunbeam valse; for piano, by 

Henri Weil. 54988 

C 54424, Sept. 10, 1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 9. Song of the brook; for piano 

by Henri Weil. 54989 

C 54425, Sept. 10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 10. Song of the mill-wheel; for 

piano, by Henri Weil. 54990 

C 54426, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 11. A rainv dav; for piano bv 

Henri Weil. 54991 

C54427,Sept.l0,1903; 2 c.Sept. 4,1903. 

no. 12. Song without words; for 

piano by Henri Weil. 54992 

C 54428,Sept. 10,1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

no. 13. Christmas dav; for piano 

by Henri Weil. 54993 

C 54429, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

no. 14. Mother love; for piano bv 

Henri Weil. 54994 

C 54430, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

grade 2, no. 1. Evening prayer; for 

piano, by Henri Weil. 54995 

C 54431, Sept.10,1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 



Vanderslool music co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. 

r andersloot (The) teaching edition grade 

2, no. 2. A frolic: for piano by Henri 

Weil. ' 54996 

C54432,Sept.l0,1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

— no.3. Asadtale; for piano, by Henri 
Weil. ' 54997 

C 54433, Sept 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 4. Polka; for piano, by Henri 
Weil. 54998 

C54434, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 5. Borderland; for piano, by 
Henri Weil. 54999 

C54435, Sept. 10, 1903;2c.Sept.4,1903. 

— no. 6. Hunting song; for piano, bv 
Henri Weil. 55000 

C54436, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 7. Elve valse; forpiano, bv Henri 
Weil. * 55001 

C 54437, Sept. 10,1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 8. Scherzo; for piano, bv Henri 
Weil. ' 55002 

C 54438, Sept. 10,1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

— no. 9. Romping on the play ground; 
for piano, by Henri Weil. 55003 

054439, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c.Sept.4,1903. 

— no. 10. Old Scotland; for piano, by 
Henri Weil. 55004 

C 54440, Sept, 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept.4, 1 903. 

— no. 11. The surprise party; for 
piano, by Henri Weil. 55005 

C 54441, Sept, 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept.4, 1903. 

— no. 12. Gavotte; for piano, by 
Henri Weil. 55006 

C 54442, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 13. A Chinese serenade; for 
piano, by Henri Weil. 55007 

C54443, Sept. 10,1903; 2c. Sept.4,1903. 

— no. 14. Butterflies; for piano, by 
Henri Weil. 55008 

C 54444, Sept. 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4,1903. 

— grade 3, no. 1. Nocturne; for 
piano, by Henri Weil. 55009 

C54445, Sept.10,1903: 2c. Sept. 4,1903. 

— no. 2. Grandma's minuet; forpiano, 
by Henri Weil. 55010 

C54446,Sept.lO,1903;2c. Sept. 4,1903. 

— no. 3. In the garden; for piano by 
Henri Weil. 55011 

C54447,Sept. 10,1903; 2c. Sept.4,1903. 

— no. 4. At twilight; for piano by 
Henri Weil. 55012 

C 54448,Sept. 10,1903; 2 c.Sept. 4, 1903. 



131 



762 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



C 54449, Sept. 10,190? 



— no. 7. 
Weil. 



Vandersloot music co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. 

Vandersloot (The) teaching edition grade 

3, no. 5. Mazurka; for piano, by 

Henri Weil. 55013 

2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

— no. 6. Flying leaves; for piano bv 

Henri Weil. * 55014 

C 54450, Sept. 10, 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1 903. 

Prelude; for piano by Henri 
55015 
C 54451, Sept. 10,1903; 2c.Sept.4,1903. 

no. 8. The wanderer; for piano bv 

Henri Weil. 55016 

C 54452, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 9. Fairies wedding; march, for 

piano by Henri Weil. 55017 

C 54453, Sept, 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 10, A Spanish serenade; for 

piano, by Henri Weil. 55018 

C 54454, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 11, Witchery valse; for piano, 

by Henri Weil. 55019 

"C 54455, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 12, Polonaise; for piano, bv Henri 

Weil. ' 55020 

C 54456, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 13, Tarantelle; for piano, bv 

Henri Weil. 55021 

C 54457, Sept.10,1903; 2c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

no. 14, Rustic dance; for piano, by 

Henri Weil. 55022 

C 54403, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Weekes & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Weary of earth; sacred song with violin 
and organ obligato ad lib. ; words by 
S. J. Stone; music by W. Herbert 
Hickox. Weekes & co., London. 

England. 55023 

C 54287, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept.8, 1903. 

Weinberger (Josef) , Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Xeugierigen (Die) frauen; (Le donne 
curiose) klavierauszug mit text, von 
Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari. Leipzig, Jo- 
sef Weinberger. 55024 
C 53775, Aug.27,1903; 2c. Aug.27,1903. 

Welcker (H.), Berkelev, 
Cal. 
Roosevelt march, by H. Welcker. 55025 
C 35983, Sept. 29, 1902 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 
Waltz of the nightingales; for pianoforte, 
by A. W. Holt. 55026 

C 54370, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 



Whitney- Warner publishing 
co., Detroit, Mich. 
All heroes don't goto war; song, bvChas. 
W. Doty. " 55027 

C 54319, Sept. 8, 1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

If I had you; words bv Jas. O'Dea; music 
by Robt. J. Adams. 55028 

C 50095, June 24, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Lips; words bv Eddie Dustin; music by 

Xeil Moret. ' 55029 

C 48939, June3,1903;2c.Sept.5, 1903. 

Williams (Joseph), limited, 
London, England. 
Brer Rabbit and Uncle Remus; a comic 
opera for young people; libretto by 
Walter Parke; music by Florian Pascal ; 
vocal score. London, Joseph Wil- 
liams, limited. 55030 
C54372,Sept.l0,1903;2c.Sept,10,1903. 

Gray (The) dove's answer; song, words 
by F. E. Weatherly; music by Edith 
M. Bogle. London, Joseph Wil- 
liams, limited. 55031 
C54371,Sept,10,1903;2c.Sept.l0,1903. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Babes (The) in Toy land; march and two 

step, by Victor Herbert; arr. by Hild- 

ing Anderson, for piano. 55032 

C 538 19, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 27, 1903. 

Fiancee (La); waltzes, composed and 
arr. for orchestra bv Wm. H. Tvers. 

* 55033 
C 53854, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Fun after school; march and two-step 

by Ulysses J. Alsdorf; arr. for band by 

James M. Fulton. 55034 

C 53857, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 28, 1903. 

Palmetto; danse Mexicane, by Howard 

Whitnev; arr. for band by James M. 

Fulton." 55035 

C 53858, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

While the moon shines bright; song for 
cornet, bv Maurice Stonehill; arr. for 
military band, bv W. C. O'Hare. 

55036 
C 53856, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

trombone, by Maurice Stonehill; arr. 

for military* band, by W. C. O'Hare. 

55037 
C 53855, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1 903. 

Woolhouse (Charles), Lon- 
don, England. 
Spring (A) song; poem by Edgar Gal- 
"leon; music by Frederick C. Nicholls. 
London, Charles Woolhouse. 55038 
C 54234, Sept.5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



132 



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763 



Woolverton (A. B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Jolly elks: -'Hello Bill"; song and 
chorus for male voices; words and 
music by A. B. Woolverton. 55039 

C54462,Sept.l0 } 1903;2c.Sept.l0,1903. 

Wvllie (Wm. A.), Toronto. 
Canada. 
Off duty; march-two step; by W. A. 
Wvllie. 55040 

C 54233, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 4,1903. 



Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr. ), 
Leipzig, Germany. 
(! grandi studi artistici; <li bravura, per 
flauto da Leonardo de Lorenzo. Leip- 
zig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 55041 

C54296,Sept.8,1903;2e.Sept.8,1903. 

Zobel (Edgar II.) Ripon, 
Wis. 
Graduate (The) two step; by Edgar II. 
Zobel, for piano. 55042 

C54416, Sept. 10, 1903; 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. 



Number of Musical compositions since Jan. 1, 1903 



15,115 



7730—0: 



133 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPHS: FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full, would read. "Copyright by Alfred Bartlett, Boston. Mass. Class F, XXc. no. 
_. July 27, 1903: 2 copies received June 4. 1903." 



Bartlett ( Alfred ) , Boston , 

Mass. 

Cock eating corn. (F 15092, July 27, 1903; 



c. June 4, 1903. ) 



55043 



Bovce ( W. D. ) co., Chicago, 
111. 
Impending (An) catastrophe. (F 15495, 
Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903.) 

55044 
Lever (The) that helps to equalize bar- 
graining conditions. (F 15585, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 55045 

Proposed enforcement of the new anti- 
trust law gives trust magnate a night- 
mare. (F 13145, Mar. 6, 1903; 2 c. 
May 14, 1903.) 55046 

Watch-dog (A) that doesn't suit Wall 
street. (F 15494, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 26, 1903.) 55047 

Why we are the greatest manufacturing 
nation in the world. ( F 15586, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 55048 

Butterick publishing co., ltd., 
New York. X. Y. 



Babyhood 
Childhood 
Girlhood. 
Motherhood 



(F 15652, Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55049 
(F 15653, Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55050 
(F 15654, Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55051 

12, 1903.) 

55052 



(F 15655, Sept. 



2 c. each Sept. 12, 1903. 

Carraine (Eugene), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Rah-Rah. (F 15646, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 55053 

Franklin (J. D.), Xew York. 
N. Y. 
Sweetest (The) flower. (F 15706, Sept. 
4, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903.) 55054 

i; 



Frohn (John Charles), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Auto (The) girl. (F 15598, Sept. 5, 1903. ) 

55055 
Skating (The) girl. (F 15599, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55056 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1903. 

Hearst (W. P.), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Adventures (The) of Leon in his wonder- 
ful flying machine; how he saved his 
dear friends Alphonse and Gaston from 
destruction; a tale of startling experi- 
ences in four parts; pt. 2. (F 15613, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55057 

pt. 3. (F 15662, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903.) 55058 

Collision (A) between two Mt. Ararat 
flving-machines. (F 15659, Sept. 14, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55059 

Foxy grandpa and smart Uncle Alex, see- 
ing that the boys would not go to 
school, thev took the school to the 
boys. (F 15614, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
8,1903.) 55060 

Foxy grandpa and smart Uncle Alex, they 
really enjoyed the bath which the boys 
prepared. "(F 15661, Sept, 14, in- 2 
c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55061 

Grooming for the campaign. (F 15609, 
Sept. 8,' 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55062 

Happv Hooligan takes his little nephews 
to the sea shore, with his dog Flit 
15616, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) 

55063 

Katzenjammer (The) kids go to school. 
(F 15612, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 C. Sept. 8, 
1903.) 55064 

Love (The) of Lulu and Leander. (F 
15660, Sept. 14. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. ) 

55065 
k 635 



636 



CATALOG CTE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hearst (W. R), New York, 
N. Y. 
Married life as seen from the inside. (F 
15642, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55068 

Married life as seen from the inside; 

Hubby hangs a picture. ( F 15607, Sept. 

8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55067 

Married life as seen from the inside; of 
course it was all his fault. (F 15553, 
Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug, 28, 1903.) 

55G68 

Mr. Jack! (F 15666, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 55069 

Mt. Ararat school opens. (F 15615, Sept. 
8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 55070 

New (The) candy maker. (F 15600, 
Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c* Sept, 5, 1903.) 55071 

Nightmare (A). (F 15641, Sept. 10, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55072 



Hirt (C. J.), Brooklyn. 
X. Y. 

Adam's troubles raising Cain, Adam's 
bull. Sept. 13, 1903. (F 15678, Sept. 
14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55084 

I Brainy Bowers takes his discharge from 
the military prison. Sept. 13, 1903. 
(F 15677, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903.) 55085 

Brainv Bowers works them both. (F 
15625, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) 

55086 

[ Hi and Si haye some fun at the pho- 
tographer's. Sept. 13, 1903. (F 15674. 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 

55087 

How Hank, the trapper, shot a stewed 
rabbit. Sept, 13, 1903. (F 15675, Sept, 
14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55088 



Public (The) schools open, 
proudest day. (F 15665, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903.) 



\merica'« I Little (The) piggies are caught. Sept. 

Sept 14 ! 13, 1903. (F 15676, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 

55073 ; c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55089 



Eailroad (A) director in stripes, an un- 
pleasant picture, but it is needed. (F | 
15618, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) j 

55074 ' 

Soit'nly! Happy Hooligan would mind ' 
the basket, and bis three little nephews 
and his dog Flip were there, and his 
brother Gloomy Grus dropped in. (F 
15663, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903.) 55075 

Special privileges. (F 15610, Sept. 8, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) ~55076 

Speech (A) by the school trustee. (F 
15611, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 

55077 

Standing off the gamekeeper. (F 15608, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55078 

Strange (The) adventures of Pussy Pump- 
kin and her chum Toodles. (F 15664, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 14, 1903.) 

55079 

Strange (The) adventures of Pussy Pump- 
kin and her chum Toodles. (F 15617, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) 55080 

This Oliver Twist helps himself. (F 
15601, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903 ) 

55081 

Where are they now? ( F 15637, Sept. 9, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 55082 

Hirt (C. J.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Adam's troubles raising Cain — Adam's 
it! (F 15627, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
8, 1903.) 55083 



Willie Cute gets the coal man in trouble. 
Sept, 13, 1903. (F 15679, Sept. 14, 



190> 



c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



55090 



Willie Cute starts to get rich. (F 15626, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55091 
Imperial illustrating co., 
New York, X. Y. 
Drecoll (The) gown. (F 15552, Aug. 21. 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903.) 55092 

Jayne (Dr. D.) &son, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
"We are seven." (F 15606, Sept. 8, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 55093 

Kelley-How-Thompson co. , 
Duluth, Minn. 
Ship on time. (F 15236, Aug. 6, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 18, 1903.) 55094 

Life publishing company, 
New York, X. Y. 
In the country. Gabberley: Since I 
bought my place here, property in the 
neighborhood has depreciated terribly. 
She: That's natural. (F 15681, Sept. 
14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55095 

Serenata. D. Cupid: op. 1010. (F 15680, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 

55098 

Studies in expression. (F 15602, Sept, 
5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903.) 55097 

Lincoln publishing co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Leo XIII. (F 15206, Aug. 4, 1903; 2 c. 
July 29, 1903. ) 55098 



136 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



637 



Sept. 8, 
55102 



MeClure (T. C.), New York. 
N. Y. 
Billy Bounce starts a show and raises the 
"dough." I F 15633, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c 
Sept. 8, 1903. ) 55099 

How would you like to be John! (F 
15829, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55100 
How would you like to be John? Sept. 

13, 1903. *(F15;>72. Sept. 14. 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 14. 1903. ) 55101 

Lariat Pete takes the nephew in hand. 
(F 15632. Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c 
1903. ) 

Mrs. Giraffe beats the Monkeyville rail- 
road. (F 15631, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
8, 1903.) 55103 

Prof. Hvpnotiser becomes an editor. (F 
15630; Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55104 

Simon saws wood for his pa. (F 15628, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. ) 55105 

Teasers ( The) . Bobby sees stars instead 
of fish. (F 15634, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 8, 1903.) 55106 

Teasers (The). Bobbv makes a goose of 
himself. Sept. 13, 1903. (F 15671, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 

55107 

Uncle Pike takes the kids to the countv 
fair. Sept. 13, 1903. (F 15668, Sept. 

14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903.) 55108 

McXab pictorial co., Pater- 
son, X. J. 
Paterson, N. J. (F 15531, Sept. 1, 1903; 



c. Sept. 14, 1903. ) 



55109 



Markendorff (George), New 
York, N. Y. 
Another windy day. (F 15623, Sept. 8, 
1903.) 55110 

Me and ma. (F 15605, Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55111 

"She's a jolly good fellow." (F 15621, 

Sept, 8, 1903.) 55112 

When the gentle breezes are blowing. 
(F 15622, "Sept. 8, 1903.) 55113 

2 c. each Sept. 8, 1903. 

Mitchell (John J.) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

American fashions. Supplement to the 

Sartorial art journal. A. August, 1903. 

Fall and winter, 1903-04. (F 14661, 

June 27, 1903. ) 55114 



Moran (The Misses), New 
York, X. V. 

Lares et Penates Domus. (F I I I I."., Sept 
20, 11)02; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1902. | 55116 

Mountjoy (John C. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Study (A) of dentition and feel of verte- 
brates. (F 15415, June 27, 1903.) 

55117 

Study (A) of the bills and feet of birds. 
(F 15414, June 27, 1903.) 55118 

To topography of birds. Morphology of 
arthropoda. (F 15413, June 27. L903.) 

55119 

2 c. each Aug. 3, 1903. 

Xew York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Buster Brown, only this and nothing 
more. (F 15592, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903. 55120 

Buster Brown's dream. (F 15643, Sept, 
10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55121 

Brownies (The) in the Philippines. (F 
15590, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55122 

Brownies in the Philippines. (F 15644, 
Sept, 10, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. ) 55123 

Small potatoes. (F 15591, Sept, 4, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55124 

Tommy Dodds (The) new automobile. 
(F 15645, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903.) 55125 

Offertory calendar co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Offertorv (The) calendar. 1904. (F 
15705,' Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 

55126 
Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 
One hundred prominent people of Massa- 
chusetts. ( F 15624, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 



1903. 



55127 



E.), 



Sept. 

Robertson ( Harvey 
Evanston, 111. 
Venus, Cabanei. ( F 15640, Sept. 10, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55128 

Smith (Wilbur F.),Philadel- 

• phia, Pa. 
Symbolic cross hatchings. (F 15222, 
Julv 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1903.) 

55129 

Staley (J. Joseph), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Pius X (Pope). (F 15651, Sept. 3, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 55130 



— B. August, 1903. Fall and winter, 
1903-04. (F 14662, June 27, 1903. ) 

55115 
2 c. each Aug. 21, 1903. 

137 



Steinberg (Henry), Wash- 
ington. D. C. 
Doubting, a fac-simile. (F 15658, Sept. 

55131 



14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. ) 



638 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Whitney (Richard Merrill), 
Spearfish, S. Dak. 
New science hall, Spearfish state normal 
school. (F 15577, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 15, 1903.) 55132 

Windsor music co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Princess Pocahontas. (F 15467, June 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903.) 55133 



Wolff (Louis) & co., London, 
England. 
Rivals (The) and the parson's daughter. 
(F 15657. Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14. 
1903.) 55134 

Trials (The) of a tyro. (F 15593, Sept. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 55135 



Number of Engravings, cuts, and prints since Jan. 1, 1903 4,055 



CLASS G, CHRO.MOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: •'Copyright bv American lithographic company, New York. 
N. Y. Class G, XXc. no. 5492, Sept. 10, 1903: 2 copies received Sept. 10, 1903." 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New Y~ork, N. Y. 
Bright Eves. (G 5492, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 
c. Sept, 10, 1903.) 55136 

Campell, Metzger & Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
Music. (G 5485, Sept. 8, 1903.) 55137 

Tiff (The). (G 5486, Sept. 8. 1903.) 

55138 
2 c. each Sept. 8, 1903. 

Courier company, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Goose picnic. (G 5495, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55139 

Mother Goose running. (G 5497, Sept. 
11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55140 

Mother Goose walking. (G 5496, Sept. 
11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55141 

Shunk (Harry C.) (G5348, Aug. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903.) 55142 

Trust (The) parade. (G 5347, Aug. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903.) 55143 

Washburn and Lane. (G 5349, Aim-. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903.) 55144 

Hackett (Jas. K.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Trapper whittling. (G 5440, Aug. 29, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903.) 55145 

Metropolitan printing co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Hurdler (The). (G 5493, Sept, 10, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55146 

Schluter (Richard V.), 
Rutherford, N. J. 
Reliance, defender of the America's cup. 
(G 5350, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1903.) 55147 



Steelier lithographic com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. 
I 2 quince, 1 "apricot, plate 3. (G 5390, 
Aug. 25, 1903.) 55148 

! 2 strawberries, 2 blackberries, plate 12. 
(G 5400, Aug. 25, 1903.) ' 55149 

i 3 apples, plate 2. (G 5389, Aug. 25, 
1903.) 55150 

i 4 apples, plate 1. (G 5388, Aug. 25, 
1903.) 55151 

i 4 cherries, plate 5. (G 5392, Aug. 25. 
1903.) 55152 



4 currants. 
1903.) 

4 gooseberries 
25, 1903. ) 

4 grapes. 
1903. ) 

4 peaches 
1903.) 

4 pears, plate 4. 
1903. ) 

plate 6 



plate 10 
plate 11 
plate 9. 
plate 7 



(G 5397, Aug. 25. 
55153 



(G 5398, Aug. 
55154 

(G5396, Aug. 25, 
55155 



(G 5394, Aug. 25. 
55156 



Aug. 25, 
55157 



4 plums 
1903. ) 



4 plums and prunes 
Aug. 25, 1903. ) 

4 raspberries 
25, 1903.) 

1 c. each Au 
Sept, 5, 1903. 



(G 5391, 
(G 5393 
plate 8. 
plate 12. 

5, 1903; 1 c. each 



Aug. 25, 
55158 

(G 5395, 
55159 



G 5399, Aug. 
55160 



Strobridge lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Character, Rosalind. 26x34. (N. Y. 



no. 10544.) (G 5257 
c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 



Aug. 3, 1903; 2 
55161 



188 



V. 37, No. 40 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



639 



Sfcrobridge Lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Deny it: (N. Y. 10528.) 3 sheet. (G 
5203, Julv 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55162 

Donkey laughing. (N. Y. no. 1048-O 

\ sheet. (G 4885, June 12, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 10. 1903.) 55163 

Draught, h sheet. (N. Y. no. 10559.) 
(G5298, Auo-. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55164 

Draught. 8 sheet. (N. Y. no. 10539.) (G 

5305, Ana-. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55165 

Good-bye. (N. Y. no. 10485.) * sheet. 

(G 4886, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903.) 55166 

Pleads. (N. Y. 10529.) h sheet, (G 

5211, Julv 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 

55167 

Portrait. (N. Y. no. 10486.) 3 sheet, 
(G4887, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903.) 55168 

Portrait. 26x34. (N. Y. no. 10540.) 
(G5254, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 e. Sept, 8, 
1903.) 55169 

Portrait & descriptive. 3 sheet, (N. Y. 
no. 10567. ) (G 5300, Aug. 10, 1903 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 55170 

Tiger. 3 sheet, (N. Y. no. 10531.) (G 
5246. Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 

55171 

Trial. (N. Y. 10530.) * sheet, (G 

5212, Julv 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55172 

True girl. (N. Y. no. 10560.) I- sheet, 

(G 5354, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 

1903.) 55173 

Welcome. 1 sheet, (N. Y. no. 10534.) 
(G5249, Auo-. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1903.) 55174 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Be careful or vou' 11 break vour breakfast, 
no. 6958. (G 5488, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903.) 55175 



United states lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Beresford (Harry) portrait, qo. 6852. 



Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c 



Sept. 8, 
55176 



(G 5487 
1903.) 

Car! City Hall! Alderman, marriage. 
no. 6956. (G 5506, Sept, 12, L903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903.) 55177 

Ensemble, no. 7068. (G 5512, Sept. 14, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903.) 55178 

Frustrated. no. 7132. (G 5511, Sept. 
14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55179 

Is it true what the afternoon papers say? 
no. 6959. (G 5489, Sept. 8, 1903; 2*c. 
Sept, 8, 1903. ) 55180 

Jane and Alan. no. 7202. (G 5509, 
Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55181 

Leoni (Pubv). no. 6910. (G 5482, 
Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903.) 

55182 

"Let's all peep." no. 6726. (G 5484, 
Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903.) 

55183 



Red (The) wins. no. 7158. 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11 , 

Revnard (Ed. F.) no. 6940. 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 



(G5494, 
1903. ) 

55184 

(G5510, 
1903.) 
55185 

There will be no wedding to-night, no. 
7015. (G 5508, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903.) 55186 

Van Osten (Bob), character, no. 6911. 
(G 5483, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55187 

AVaklron (Georgia) as Nell. no. 7255. 
(G 5507, Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 
1903.) 55188 

Walker (Geo. H.) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. 
(G 5514, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 14, 
1903.) 55189 



Number of Chromos and lithographs since Jan. 1, 190; 



1,633 



131) 



640 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Class h, photographs 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetic-ally by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copvright bv American mutoscope and biograph CO., New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc. no. 35646, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 12, 1903." 



American mutoscope and 

biograph co., Xew York, 

X. Y. 

Armenian ( The) archbishop, Rome. ( H 

35646, Sept 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55190 

Arrest of a shoplifter. ( H 35649, Sept, 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55191 

Baby (The). (Ff 35396, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 
c/Sept. 4, 1903.) 55192 

Bathing in Samoa. (H 35641, Sept. 12, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55193 

Brothers of the Misericordia, Rome. (H 

35647, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. ) 

55194 

Capuchin monks, Rome. (H 35634, Sept. 

12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55195 

Central Park after dark. ( H 35648, Sept, 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903.) 55196 

Chorus (The) girl and the Salvation 
army lassie. (H 35630, Sept, 12, 1903; 
2 c. "Sept. 12, 1903.) 55197 

Corpus Christi procession, Orvieto. ( H 
35635, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55198 

False (A) alarm in the dressing room. 
(H 35627, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55199 

Finish of yacht race, Aug. 25th. (Ff 
35397, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903.) 

55200 

From show girl to burlesque queen. (Ff 
35629, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903. ) 55201 

In the dressing room. (Ff 35628. Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55202 

Jockeying and start of yacht, Aug. 25th. 
(H 35392, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1903.) 55203 

Ladv Bountiful visits the Murphvs on 
wash day. (H 35395, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 4, 1903.) 55204 

Leo (H. H. Pope) in chair. (H 35645, 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55205 

Minister's (The) hat, (Ff 35626, Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55206 

On the benches in the park. (Ff 35640, 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55207 



American mutoscope and 

biograph co., Xew York, 

X. Y. 

Panorama from the tower of Brooklyn 

bridge. (H 35636, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. 

Sept. 12, 1903.) 55208 

Panorama of excursion boats. (Ff 35650, 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55209 

Panoramic view of Xiagara Falls. (Ff 
35638, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55210 

Parade of eagles, Xew York. (Ff 35631, 
Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903.) 

55211 

Polo game, mvopia versus Dedham. (Ff 

35632, Sept 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55212 

Poor girl, it was a hot night and mos- 
quitoes were thick. (Ff 35642, Sept, 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55213 

Pope in his carriage. (Ff 35643, Sept. 
12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55214 

Pope passing through upper Loggie. (Ff 

35633, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 'Sept. 12, 
1903.) 55215 

Sand (The) babv. (H 35394, Sept. 4, 
1903; 2 c. Sept/4, 1903.) 55216 

Sand (The) fort. (H 35393, Sept. 4, 1903; 
2 c. Sept 4, 1903.) 55217 

Sea gulls in Central Park. (H 35639, 
Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55218 
Start of race, Reliance ahead. (Ff 35651, 
Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. ) 

55219 

U. S. battleship Oregon. ( H 35637, Sept 

12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55220 

Vatican (The) guards, Rome. (Ff 35614, 
Sept, 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55221 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, Xew York, X. Y. 

Domestic doings of a Swiss country fam- 
ilv, washing-dav. 36. (Ff 35252, Sept. 
1," 1903. ) 55222 

Fortress (A) conquered by time and 
nature, ruins of Unspunnen. 32. (H 
35250, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 55223 

Home (The) of the Swiss bears, Berne, 
ancient and modern. 97. (Ff 35247, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55224 



140 



No. 40 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



<" I 



American Bten oscopic com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. 
Lnterlachen and the swift-running Aar, 
watched over bv snowv Jungfrau. 31. 
(H 35255, Sept/l, 1903.) 55225 

Lucerne, beloved by travellers, shady 
quay and picturesque cathedral. 24. 
(H 35256, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55226 

Neighborly (A) "good-morning." 53. 
I II 35246, Sept. 1, 1903. 55227 

Outlook (The) of Pilate's ghost mountain 
wall, 14.000 ft. high, from Pilatus. 30. 
(H 35249, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55228 

Over quaint old Lucerne and east to tne 
lofty ridge of the Rigi. 23. | H 35254, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55229 

Picturesque procession on Corpus Christi 
day, approaching cathedral of Lucerne. 
25.' (H 35251. Sept. 1, 1903.) 55230 

Triumph ( A ) of artistic engineering, beau- 
tiful rock-arches of the famous Axen- 
strasse. 21. (H 35253. Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55231 

Two routes to the sky, old bridlepath and 
new cog railway up Pilatus. 29. ( H 
35245, Sept. 1, i903.) 55232 

Typical (A) Swiss village church and 
country belles in quaint old costumes. 
49. (H 35248, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55233 

Where the Aar slips through a crevice in 
the cliffs. (H 35257, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55234 
2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 

Bergman (John), Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Xew Pennsylvania capitol, Harrisburg, 
Pa. (H 35379. Sept. 4. 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
21,1903.) 55235 

Bolles (Charles E.), Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 
Reliance, no. 1816. (H 35489, Sept. 10. 
1903.) 55236 

no. 1 818. ( H 35490, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55237 
2 c. each Sept. 10, 1903. 

Burton (Jame?), Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Constitution, no. 40. (H 35497, Sept. 
10,1903.) 55238 

In dry dock, Reliance, Xo. 5. (H 35499, 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 55239 

In dry dock, Shamrock 3. Xo. 1. (H 
35500, Sept. 10, 1903.) 55240 

no. 2. (H 35501, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55241 

no. 3. iH 35502. Sept. 10, 1903. 

55242 

no. 4. (H 35503, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55243 

1L1 



Burton (James), New York, 
N. V. 
In dry dork. Shamrock .:. no. 5. !l 
35504, Sept. 10. 1' 55244 

no. (). (H 35505, Sept. 10. 1903. | 

55245 



Reliance, no. 41. 
1903.) 



.11 35506, Sept. L0, 
55246 



no. 42. 

no. 43. 

no. 44. 

no. 45. 

no. 46. 

no. 47. 

no. 48. 

Reliance & 



35514, Sept. 10. 1903. ) 

— no. 2 

— no. 3 

4 



I H 35507, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55247 
(H 35508, Sept. 10, 1903. | 

55248 
(H 35509. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55249 
(H 35510. Sept. 10. 19 

55250 
iH 35511, Sept. 10. 1903. - 

55251 
(H 35512, Sept. ]0. 1903. 

55252 
(H 35513, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55253 
Shamrock 3. no. 1. ■ H 

55254 



no. 



no. o. 



(H 35515, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55255 
(H 35516, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55256 
(H 35517, Sept. 10. 1903.. 

55257 
(H 35518, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

5525S 
(H 35519, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55259 
(H 35520, Sept. 10. 1903. | 

55260 
(H 35521, Sept. 10, 1903. 

55261 
( IT 35522, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55262 
(H 35523, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55263 
(H 35524, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55264 
(H 35525, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55265 

(H 35526, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55266 

(H 35527, Sept. 10. 1903.) 

55267 

.H 35528, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55268 

Reliance, Constitution & Columbia, no. 

4. (H 35498, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55269 



no. 


8. 


no. 


9. 


no. 


10. 


no. 


11. 


no. 


12. 


no. 


13. 


no. 


14. 


no. 


15. 



Shamrock 3 


no. 5. (H 35529. 


Sept. 10, 


1903.) 




55270 


no. 6. 


(H 35530, Sept. 10, 


1903. i 

55271 


no. 7. 


[H 35531, Sept. 10, 


55272 


no. 8. 


( H : ; ^532. Sept. 10, 


55273 



042 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Barton (James), New York, 
N. Y. 

Shamrock 3. no. 9. (H 35533, Sept. 10, 
1903. ) 55274 
no. 10. (H 35491, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55275 
no. 11. (H 35492. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55276 
no. 12. (H 35493. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55277 
no. 13. (H 35494. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55278 
no. 14. (H 35495. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55279 
no. 15. (H 35496. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55280 
2 e. each Sept. 10, 1903. 

Crocker (W. B.), New 
York. N. Y. 
Love-forty. (H 35335. Sept. 2. 1903.) 

55281 
Whistling girl and snow-white sheep. 
(H 35334. Sept. 2, 1903.) 55282 

2 c. each Aug. 27, 1903. 

Davenport (Frederic S. ), 

Bangor, Me. 

Entrance to new harbor, Cottage City, 



Mass. (H 35614. Sept. 11, 1903; 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 



55283 



Davidson (David), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Old IroD Sides. 440. (H 355v»2. Sept. 
11, 1903.) 55297 

Pine (The) drive. 429. (H 35596. Sent. 
11,1903.) 55298 



i Pool (The). 53. 
1903.) 

Prize (The) pair. 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 



(H 35605, Sept. 11, 
55299 



Davidson (David), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Afternoon. 56. (H 35608, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55284 

Apple blossoms. 443. (H 35590, Sept. 
11, 1903.) 55285 

At sunset. 54. (H 35606. Sept. 11, 
1903. I 55286 

Birch (The) drive. 896. (H 35600, 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 55287 

Buttonwood (The) tree. 858. ( H 35599, 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 55288 

Favorite (The) spot. 841. (H 35602. 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 55289 

Locust (The) drive. 861. (H 35601, 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 55290 

Lovers brook. 452. (H 35595, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55291 

Lovers retreat. 883. (H 35591, Sept. 
11, 1903.) 55292 

Lovers seat. 430. (H 35593, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55293 

Midsummer. 55. (H 35607, Sept. 11, 
1903i. 55294 

Monarch elm. 451. (H 35597, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55295 

Old friends. 820. (H 35598, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55296 

142 



8100. (H 35589, 
55300 

Eepose on the Pawtuxet banks. 411. 
(H 35604, Sept. 11, 1903.) 55301 

Spray (The). 414. (H 35603, Sept. 11. 
1903.) 55302 

Twilight. 445. (H 35594, Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55303 

2 c. each Sept. 11, 1903. 

Davis & Sanford, New Y^ork, 
N. Y. 
Fife i William), jr. (H 34910, Aug. 21, 
1903; 1 c. Aug. 21, 1903: 1 c. Aug. 28. 
1903.) 55304 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany. Detroit, Mich. 
Arlington National cemeterv: 010717. 
(H 34922, Aug. 21, 1903: 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1903. ) 55305 

Avalon, Santa Catalina island. 010721. 
(H 34926, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1903. ) 55306 

Baltimore, Md., from Federal hall. 

010716. i H 34921, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. 

Aug. 21, 1903.) 55307 

Cettvsburu- battlefield. 010720. (H 

34925, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. ) 

55308 
010261. (H 34920, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 

c. Aug. 21, 1903.) 55309 

Horseshoe curve, near Maria furnace, Pa. 
010719. (H 34924, Aug. 21, 1903: 2 c. 
Aug. 21, 1903.) 55310 

Horseshoe curve up Jack's mountain, Pa. 

010260. (H 34919. Aug. 21. 1903: 2 c. 

Aug. 21, 1903.) 55311 

North from High rock, near Pen Mar 

park. (H 34923, Aug. 21, 1903: 2 c. 

Aug. 21, 1903.) 55312 

Reliance and Shamrock III before the 

start. Aug. 27, '03. 021779. (H 35562, 

Sept. 10, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55313 
Reliance and Shamrock III cominu fof 

the line. Ana-. 22. '03. 021765. (H 

35552. Sept. 10, 1903: 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. | 

55314 
Reliance and Shamrock III coming for 

the line. Aug. 27. '03. 021780. (H 

35563, Sept. 10,1903; 2 c. Sept. 10,1903.) 

55315 



V. 37, No. 40 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



643 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Reliance and Shamrock III maneuvering 
for the start. Ann-. 22, '03. 021763. 
II 35550, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
190:'.. 55316 

Reliance and Shamrock III maneuvering 

for the start. Aug. 25, '03. 021770. 

II 35554, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903.) 55317 

Reliance and Shamrock III nearing fin- 
ish. Aug. 25, '03. 021775. (H 85559, 
Sept. 10, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55318 

Reliance and Shamrock III tacking just 
after start. Aug. 27, '03. 021783. (H 
35566, Sept. 10. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55319 

Reliance at the finish. Aug. 27, '03. 
021784. ( H 35567, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 55320 

Reliance at the start. Aug. 27, '03. 
021781. ( H 35564, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 55321 

Reliance before the start. Aug. 22, '03. 
062039. (H 35674, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 



Sept. 14, 1903. 
Reliance before the start. 



55322 
Aug. 25, '03. 



021; 



(H 35556, Sept. 10. 1903; 2 c. 
55323 



Sept. 10, 1903.) 

Reliance coming for the line. Aug. 20, 
'03. 021761. (H 35548, Sept. 10, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55324 

Reliance coming for the line. Aug. 25, 
'03. 021773. (H 35557, Sept. 10, 1903, 
2 c. Sept. 10. 1903.) 55325 

Reliance crossing the finish line. Aug. 
25, '03. 021776. (H 35560, Sept. 10, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55326 

Reliance in drv dock, at Erie basin. Aug. 
17. '03. 021753. (H 35540. Sept. 10, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55327 

021754. (H 35541, Sept. 10, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55328 

021755. (H 35542. Sept. 10, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55329 

Shamrock III at finish. Aug. 25, '03. 
021777. (H 35561, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 55330 

Shamrock III at the finish. Aug. 22. '03. 
021768. (H 35553, Sept. 10, 1903: 2 c. 
sept. 10, 1903.) 55331 

Shamrock III before the start. Aug. 
20, '03. 021760. (ft 35547, Sept. 10, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55332 

Shamrock III before the start. Aug. 
22. '03. 021764. (H 35551, Sept. 10, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55333 

14 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany. Detroit, .Mich. 
Shamrock HI before the start. Aug. 
25, '03. D21771. ill 35555, Sept. It), 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 10. bin:;.) 55334 

Shamrock III in drv dock, at Erie basin. 
Auir. 17, '03. 02175.). | II 35543, 5 

10, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55335 

- — 021757. (H 35544, Sept. 10, 1903: 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55336 

021758. (H 35545, Sept. 10, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 190:;. ) 55337 

021759. (H 35546, Sept. 10, L903; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55338 

Shamrock III just after start. Aug. 27, 
1903. 021782. (H 35565, Sept. 10, 
1903: 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55339 

Shamrock III just before finish. Aug. 
25.1903. 021774. (H 35558, Sept. 10, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55340 

Start (The), Reliance and Shamrock III. 
021762. (H 35549, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55341 

Str. Richard Peck. 021748. (H 35539, 
Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55342 

Tow boat Edwin J. Berwin. 021746. 
(H 35538, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1903.) 55343 

Donahue (Wm, P.), Kansas 
City, Alo. 
He is my neighbor. (H 35434, Sept. 8, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 55344 

Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange. X. J. 
Baby class at lunch. ( H 35376, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 55345 

Babv (The) review. (H 35328, Sept. 1, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 55346 

Cameron (Miss Jessie) champion child 
sword dancer. (H 35622, Sept. 11, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55347 

Dogherty (Miss Jessie) champion female 
highland fling dancer. (H 35623, Sept. 

11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55348 

Maypole dance. (H 35329. Sept. 1, 1903; 
2'c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 55349 

New York Caledonian club's parade. 
(H 35620, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11. 
1903.) 55350 

Old fashioned Scottish reel. (H 35621, 
Sept. 11, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 

55351 

Orphans in the surf. ( II 35375, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 55352 



(U4 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES: 



Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 
Rube and Fender.^ (H 35326, Sept. 1, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 55353 

Throwing the sixteen pound hammer. 
(H 35624, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903.) 55354 

Tub race. (H 35325, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55355 

Turning the tables. (H 35327, Sept. 1, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903.) 55356 

Guild (Jonathan Francis), 
Dedham, Mass. 
Fairbanks (Miss Rebecca) in her home. 
(H 35463, Sept. 4, 1903.) 55357 

outdoors with dog at her feet. ( H 

35465, Sept. 4, 1903. ) 55358 

outdoors with hand on dog's head. 

(H 35464, Sept. 4, 1903.) 55359 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1903. 



Hinman (Frank B.) , Denver, 

Colo. 

Posing. (H 34163, Aug. 6, 1903.) 55360 

Sleeping (The) beauty of the Rockies. 
(H 34165, Aug. 6, 1903.) 55361 

What ver doin. (H 34164, Aug. 6, 1903. ) 

55362 
1 c. each Aug. 6, 1903; 1 c. each 
Sept. 3, 1903. 

Ironmonger (Charles F.), 
Avalon, Cal. 
World's (The) record black sea bass, 
weight 425 lbs., time 41 min. ; caught 
by Edward Llewyllen, 24 strand line, 
Arthur Wood, boatman. (H 35425, 
Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903.) 55363 

Johnson (Knute), Chicago, 
111. 
Intruders. (H 35613, Sept, 11, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1903.) 55364 

Johnson company, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Ballerina. (H 35483, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 9, 1903.) 55365 

Kiser bros. , Warrendale, 
Oreg. 
Crater Lake from Castle Crest, no. 5. 
(H 35446, Sept. 8, 1903.) 55366 

no. 7. (H 35448, Sept, 8, 1903.) 

55367 

Crater Lake from Mt. Scott, no. 1. (H 

35453, Sept. 8, 1903. ) 55368 

no. 2. (H 35154, Sent. 8, 1903.) 

55369 
Crater Lake, lookino- east from Victor 

Rock. no. 6. (H 35447, Sept. 8, 1903.) Prairie (U. S. S.) 

55370 Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

i 144 



Kiser bros., Warrendale, 
Oreg. 

Crater Lake, looking NW. from Victor 
Rock. no. 8. (H 35449, Sept, 8, 1903. ) 

55371 

Crater Lake party at Klamath Agency. 

(H 35441, Sept. 8, 1903.) 55372 

Crater Lake, showing the Watchman, 
Glacier Peak. Lloa Rock, and Wizard 
Island, no. 3. (H 35455, Sept. 8, 
1903.) 55373 

Mt. St. Helens, from lava fields. (H 
35443, Sept. 8, 1903.) 55374 

South Sister, from Deer Butte. (H 
35445, Sept. 8, 1903. ) 

Three sisters, from Deer Butte 
Sept. 8, 1903. ) 
2 c. each Sept. 8, 1903. 

Krebaum ( Chas. A . ) 
Crosse, Wis. 
McMillan building, La Crosse, Wis. 
35661, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept 



55375 

(H 35444, 
55376 



La 



(H 
14, 



1903. ) 55377 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Interior Chicago coliseum garden. (H 
35436, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55378 
Loeffler (A.), Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
Algonquin, no. 773. (H 35580, Sept. 
10,1903.) 55379 

Baltimore ( U. S. S. ) no. 768. (H 35577, 
Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55380 

Bathing at South Beach, Staten Island, 
no. 755. (H 35570, Sept, 10, 1903.) 

55381 



Chase, no. 777. 

1903. ) 
Dexter, no. 774. 

1903.) 
Kearsarge (U. S. S. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 



(H 35584. Sept. 10, 
55382 

(H 35581, Sept. 10, 

55383 

no. 765. ( H 35574, 

55384 



Lower New York and Brooklyn bridge, 
no. 753. (H 35568, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55385 



no. 794. (H 35587, 
55386 



Mayflower (U.S. S 
Sept. 10, 1903.) 

Narrows (The), entrance to New York 
bay. no. 761. (H 35573, Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55387 

New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. no. 
759. (H 35572, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55388 

Onondaga, no. 792. (H 35585, Sept. 10, 



1903. ) 

Panther (U. S. S.1 
Sept. 10, 1903. ) 



no. 793. 



55389 

(H 35576, 
55390 

( H 35586, 
55391 



V. 



No. 4v> 



PHOTOGRAPHS 






Loeffler (A.), Tompkins- Purely (James Edward), Bos 

ville, N. V. ton, Mass. 

Beminole. no. 772. (H 35579, Sept. LO, , Savage (M. J.) no. 4. | II 35670. Sep1 
L903.) 55392 



South Beach, Staten Island, N. Y. no. 
754. (H 35569, Sept. 10, 1903.) 55893 

Tuscarora. no. 775. (H 35582. Sept. 10, 

1003.) 55394 

View from the Hills of Staten Island, 
X. Y. no. 758. (H 35571, Sept. 10, 
1903.) 55395 

View showing secondary battery on 



no. .66. 



U. s. s. Alabama 

Sept. 10, 1903.) 

Windom. no. 776. 
1903. ) 

Yankee (U. S. S. ) 
Sept. 10, 1903. ) 
2 c. each Sept. 10, 1903. 

McCanless bros., Asheville 
X. C. 
Harvesting in Washington. (H 35437 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) 



(H3557^, 
55396 



(H 35583. Sept. 10, 
55397 

no. 769. (H 35578, 
55398 



55400 



Maurer (Oscar), San Fran- 
cisco. Cal. 
MacDowell (Edward). (H 35467, Sept. 
8, 1903; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1903.) 55401 

Melies (George), Paris, France. 

Fairyland; or, The kingdom of the fairies, j 
(H 35378, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4. | 
1903.) 55402 

Fairyland (The); or, The kingdom of | 
the fairies. (Le rovaume des fees.) j 
(H 35851, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, j 
1903.) 55403 



Sept. 3, 1903; 
55404 



Prince (The). (H 35344 
2 c. Sept. 3, 1903.) 

Orvis (William Henry), Madi- 
son, Wis. 
Regimental flags, 1st Wisconsin volun- 
teer cavalry, civil war. ( H 35673, Sept. 
14,1903.) 55405 

Regimental flags, 13th Wisconsin volun- 
teer infantry, civil war. (H 35672, 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 55406 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1903. 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Horse over hurdle. (H 35536, Sept. 10, 
1903.) 55407 

Horse over hurdle; an easy jump. (H 
35537, Sept. 10, 1903. ) 55408 

2 c. each Sept. 10, 1903. 

Purdy (James Edward), Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Savage (M. J.) no. 3. (H 35669, Sept. 
14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 55409 | 

145 



14, 1003; 2c. Sept. 14. L903.) 55410 
no. 5. (H 35671, Sept. 14, 1905; 2 

C Sept. 14, 1903.) 55411 

Smathers (E. E. ) no. 2. (II 35438, 

Sept. 8. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, L903.) 55412 
no. 3. (II 35430. Sept. 8, L903; 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1903. i 55413 
no. 4. (H 35440, Sept. 8, 1003; 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1003.) 55414 

Pustet (Fr.) & co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Pius X (Our holy father, his holiness 
Pope). (H 35668, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 55415 

Rau (William H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Beautiful grove of stately palm — the 
characteristic tree of the east, Alexan- 
dria, Egypt. X 5089. (H 35779, Sept. 
18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 55416 

Beautiful interior of mosque Mohammed 
Ali, the mausoleum of the orient's most 
remarkable man of the last century, 
Cairo, Egypt. X 5096. (H 35787, 
Sept. 18, i903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

55417 

Bird's eye view of Cairo from the citadel, 
the castle of the Xile, Egypt. X 5103. 
(H 35820, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 
1903.) 55418 

Caravan returning to Cairo from the 
desert, pvramids in distance, Egypt. 
X 5115. *(H 35829, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903.) 55419 

Challenger (The) Shamrock III crossing 
the starting line first race series for 
America's cup, 1903. X 5227. (H 
35471, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. ) 

55420 

Court of mosque El-Axhar, now univer- 
sity of Cairo, center of scientific' life of 
the East, 10,000 students, Egypt. X 
5109. (H 35824, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903.) 55421 

Erin (The) and excursion boats in the 
run home yacht races for America's 
cup, 1903, off Sandy Hook. X 5234. 
(H 35480, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 
1903.) 

Excursion (The) fleet at the finish line, 
race for America's cup, 1903. X 5233. 
(H 35477, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1003. ) 55423 

Ezbekiyeh (The) palm gardens, fashion- 
able promenade for veiled wives of 
Arabians, Cairo, Egypt. X 5116. (H 
35831, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1903.) 55424 



c. Sept. 9, 
55422 



646 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Rau (William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Far faraed tombs of Kaliph Mohammedan 
rulers, successors to the prophet, Cairo. 
Egypt. X 5108. (H 35817, Sept. 19, 
1908; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 55425 

Filling; their goat skins, water carriers of 
Cairo, Egypt, X 5119. (H 35834, 
Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 

55426 

Fountain of ablution in the alabaster 
mosque of Mohammed Ali. Cairo, 
Egypt. X 5097. ( H 35788, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903.) 55427 

Fountain of ablution in the superb mosque 
of Sultan Hasan, Cairo, Egvpt. X 5099. 
(H 35789, Sept, 18, 1903; '2 c Sept. 18, 
1903.) 55428 

Harbor of Alexandria and the great pal- 
ace of Ras-et-Tin, Egvpt. X 5083. 
(H 35791, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903. ) 55429 

In a typical silk bazaar of Alexandria, 
Egvpt. X 5088. (H 35780, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 55430 

In Gizeh the great modern museum of 
Egyptian antiquities, Cairo, Egvpt, 
X 5107. (H 35822, Sept. 19, 1903; *2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903.) 55431 

Khedivial palace, Cairo, Egypt, X 5107. 
(H 35823, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1903.) 55432 

Lipton (Sir Thomas), a prince of sports- 
men on board the "Erin." X 5230. 
(H 35476, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1903. ) 55433 

London rifle brigade going to church in 
Cairo, Egypt," X 5101. (H 35818, 

Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 

55434 

Mahmoodish canal connecting the Nile 

with Alexandria, Egypt. 250,000 men 

one year to dig. X 5090. (H 35782, 

Sept." 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903.) 

55435 

Mosque Mohammed Ali, its lofty and 

graceful minarets are a landmark to 

Cairo, Egypt. X 5095. (H 35786, 

Sept. 18. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

55436 

Mosque of Sultan Hasan, the finest exist- 
ing example of Byzantine Arabian ar- 
chitecture, Cairo, Egvpt. X 5098. (H 
35790, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 55437 

Museum (The) of Gizeh, interior Cairo, 
Egvpt. X5105. (H 35815, Sept. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903.) 55438 



Ran ( William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
New (The) museum of Gizeh located 
across the Nile from old Cairo, Egvpt. 
X 5104. (H 35816, Sept. 19, 1903; 2. 
c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 55439 

Oriental life surrounding new library of 
Cairo, Egvpt. X 5114. (H 35830, 
Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903.) 

55440 

Oriental types before Savoy hotel, one of 
Cairo's fine hostelries, Egvpt. X 5110. 
(H 35826, Sept. 19, 1908;" 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1903.) 55441 

Panorama, Cairo from the citadel toward 
the pyramids, Egypt. X 5102. ( H 
35821," Sept, 19, 1903; .2 c. Sept, 19, 
1903.) 55442 

Place de 1' opera and equestrian statue of 
Ibrahim pasha, Cairo, Egvpt. X 5111 . 
(H 35825, Sept, 19, 1903; "2 c. Sept. 19, 
1903.) 55443 

Plow (The) of the pharaoh's fellah till- 
ing soil in Khedive's gardens, Cairo, 
Egvpt. X 5119. (H 35833, Sept, 19, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 55444 

Praver niche in mosque Sultan Hasan, 
Cairo, Egvpt. X5100. (H 35819, Sept. 
19, 1903; "2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 55445 

"Reliance" leading "Shamrock ffl " 
before start of second race cup, series 
of 1903. X 5231. ( H 35475, Sept. 9, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 55446 

"Reliance," proud defender of America's 
cup, crossing line, winner of second 
race, cup series 1903. X 5232. (H 
35478, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. ) 

55447 

Reliance (The), successful cup defender 
of 1903, highest developed type of the 
sailing craft (sail area, 16,169 sq. feet.) 
X 5223. (H 35468, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903.) 55448 

Remeasuring the Shamrock HI in the 
Erie basin after first race for cup, series 
1903. X 5228. ( H 35474, Sept. 9, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 9, 1903.) 55449 

Roosevelt ( President) and Mrs. Roosevelt 
and party aboard the "Mayflower," 
review of war fleet, Ovster Bay, Aug. 
17,1903. X 5237. (H 35481, Sept. 9, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 55450 

Roosevelt (Pres. ), Admiral Dewey, ami 
Secy. Navy Moody, reviewing war fleet 
from the "Mayflower," Ovster Bay, 
Aug. 17, 1903." X5236. (H 35482, 
Sept, 9, 1903; 2 c. Sent. 9, 1903.) 

55451 



116 



V. 37, No. 40 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



647 



Ran (William EL), Philadel- 

phia, Pa. 

Roosevelt (Pres.) saluting the passing 

war ships, review of war Seel at Oyster 

Bay, Aug. 17, 1903. X 5235. ' (II 

35479, Sept. 9, L903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 

55452 

Sakiyeh (A), an Egyptian irrigation 

wheel Cairo. X oil?'. ( H 35832, Sept. 

IV), 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 55453 

Shamrock III. challenger of 1903, the 
pride and hope of Sir Thomas Lipton 
and the British Isles. X 5224. (H 
35470, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 9, 1903.) 

55454 

Shamrock III, Sir Thomas Lipton's chal- 
lenger for America's cup, gliding grace- 
fully over the sea, series of races of 
1903. X 5229. (H 35473, Sept. 9, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 55455 

Shipping in the Suez canal, Port Said, 
Egypt. X 5094. (H 35785, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 55456 

Start of the first race between " Reliance" 
and Shamrock III, challenger series of 
1903 for America's cup. x 5226. (H 
35472, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903.) 

55457 

Statue of De Lesseps on the Suez canal — 
his great creation — Port Said, Egypt. 
x 5093. (H 35783, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903.) 55458 

Street scene of Cairo, including mosque 
El Masir, Egypt, x 5113. (H 35828, 
Sept. 19, 190'3; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 

55459 

Suez Canal the commercial doorwav to 
the east— Port Said, Egypt, x 5092. 
(H 35784, Sept. 18, 1903;* 2 c. Sept, 18, 
1903.) 55460 

Tanta, a village between the arms of the 
.Nile near Alexandria, Egypt. x5091. 
(H 35781, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 55461 

Tomb mosque of Sultan Kalaun and Sul- 
tan Barkuk, Cairo, Egypt, x 5112. ( H 
35827, Sept. 19, 1903;'2c. Sept. 19,1903.) 

55462 

White (The) winged racers "Reliance" 
foreground, and Shamrock III jockey- 
ing at start of first race cup series 1903. 
x 5225. (H 35469, Sept/9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 9, 1903.) 55463 

Reichelt (Paul), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Lily pond II, Como Park. (H 35656, 
Sept. 12, 1903.) 55464 

Parterre (The), Como Park. (H 35655, 
Sept. 12, 1903.) 55465 

Pavilion at Como Park. (H 35657, Sept. 
12, 1903.) 55466 



Reichelt (Paul), 

Minn. 
St, Paul from Westside, 
12, 1903.) 

Station at Como Park. 
12, 1903.) 



St. Paul, 

(II 35(154, Sept. 
55467 

(II 35658, Sept. 
55468 



2 c. each Sept. 14, 1903. 

Reiley (Wilbur S. ), Pomona, 
Cal. 
Beauty and Beast. (H 35625, Sept. 12, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55469 

Reves (Pete V. j, Avalon, 
Cal. 
World's (The) record black sea bass, 
weight 425 lbs., caught by Edward 
Llewellen, 24 strand line, Arthur Wood, 
boatman, Catilina Island, Aug. 29, 
1903. (H 35461, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 8, 1903.) 55470 

Romans (William P.), Se- 
attle, Wash. 
Mt. Rainier and Sprav park. (H 35426, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55471 

Mt. Rainier from Sprav park (H 35427, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55472 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1903. 

Rombach & Groene, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 
Catching a foul. ( H 35429, Sept, 5, 1903. ) 

55473 

Winners (The j. (H 35428, Sept. 5, 1903. ) 

55474 
2 c. each Sept. 5, 1903. 

Roval (Thomas M.), Brook- 
lyn, X. Y. 
Dav (Edmond). A quiet smoke, no. 3. 
(H 35026, Aug. 25, 1903.) 55475 

A sailor's delight, no. 4. ( H 35027, 

Aug. 25, 1903.) 55476 

Author of shipmates, no. 1. (H 

35024, Aug. 25, 1903.) 55477 
Watching the waves, no. 2. (H 

35025, Aug. 25, 1903. ) 55478 

Day (Edmond) and Potter (Elmer Earl). 
A sailor's funnv storv. no. 5. (H 
35028, Aug. 25, 1903.) " 55479 

In the midst of a storm, no. 6. 

(H 35029, Aug. 25, 1903.) 55480 

Potter (Elmer Earl). Comfort of a pipe. 
(H 35036, Aug. 25, 1903.) 55481 

Satisfied, no. 11. (H 35034, Aug. 

25, 1903.) 55482 
The shipmate, no. 12. (H 35035, 

Aug. 25, 1903.) 55483 

Winsted (Patrice). A pleasant moment, 

no. 9. ( H 35032, Aug. 25, 1903. ) 

55484 



147 



G-±8 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Royal (Thomas M.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
"VVinsted (Patrice). A sailor's friend, no. 
10. ( H 35033, Aug. 25, 1903. ) 55435 

Thinking, no. 7. ( H 35030, Aug. | 

25, 1903.) 55486 j 

Waiting, no. 8. (H 35031, Aug. 

25, 1903.) 55487 

1 c. each Aug. 25, 1903; 1 c. each | 
Aug. 13, 1903. 

Singley (B. Lloyd), Mead- 
ville, Pa. 
Above the clouds on Mt. Hood, Oregon. 
U. S. A. no. 13562. (H 35082, Aug. ! 
27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 55488 

Appalling precipices, up among the snow- 
capped mountains in northern Oregon, j 
U. S. A. no. 13566. (H 35086, Aug. | 
27, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 1903.) 55439 | 

Ascending Mt. Hood, Oregon. TJ. S. A. 
no. 13560. (H 35080, Aug. 27, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 55490 

Beneath the seething caldron of Mt. 
Pelee, Martinique. 14326. (H 25291, 
Dec. 23, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55491 

Boundary monument on line between 
United* States and Mexico. 13513. 



(H 34856, Aug. 20, 
1903. ) 



1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 
55492 



Braving the perils of mountain climbing, 
Mt. Hood, Oregon. U. S. A. 13563. 
(H 35083, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 
1903.) 55493 

Dead Man's Island, San Pedro harbor, 
Cab, U. S. A. 13534. (H 34885, 
Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 

55494 

Felled (A) tree ready for the sawyer* to 
cut into logs, Oregon. U. S. A. no. 
13568. (H 35088, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903.) 55495 

First (A) lesson in botany, no. 11439. 
(H 35076, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1903.) 55496 

Fleeing for life, the next day after the 
eruption that destroyed Morne Rouge, 
Martinique. 14314.' (H 25279, Dec. 
23, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55497 

Glimpse (A) of the picturesque grandeur 
of the Columbia river, Oregon, U. S. A. 
no. 13558. (H 35078, Aug. 27, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 55493 

In the wonderland of the northwest, 
Oregon, U. S. A. no. 13564. ( H 35084, 
Aug. 27, 1903; 2c. Sept. 2, 1903.) 55499 

Leaving home to escape Mt, Pelee' s wrath, ! 
Martinique. 14327. (H 25292, Dec. 
23, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55500 : 



Singley (B. Llovd), Mead- 
vilie, Pa. 

Mt. Pelee in action as seen from Vive, 
Martinique. 14321. (H 25286, Dec. 
23, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55501 

Natives fascinated by the fierce and mag- 
nificent sight of a volcanic eruption, 
Gros Morne, Martinique. 14329. (H 
25294, Dec. 23, 1902; 2 c. Sept, 12, 
1903. ) 55502 

Near view of the majesty and splendor 
of Mt. Hood, Oregon* U. S. A. no. 
13561. (H 35081, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 2, 1903.) 55503 

On the Oregon "Short Line," Columbia 
river, Oregon, U. S. A. no. 13559. 
(H 35079, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1903.) 55504 

Once beautiful and verdure covered slope, 
now a scene of death and annihilation, 
Martinique. 14317. ( H 25282, Dec. 23, 
1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 55505 

One of the great trees that grow in the 
rainy northwest, showing method of 
felling, Oregon, U. S. A. no. 13567. 
(H 35087, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1903. ) 55506 

Pelee, the destrover in action, Martinique. 
14323. (H 25*288, Dec. 23, 1902; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903.) 55507 

Pitons du Carbet from Mt. Pelee's barren 
slopes, Prof. Heilprin in foreground, 
Martinique. 14319. (H 25284, Dec. 
23, 1902; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903.) 55508 

" River! O river! upon thy tide full many 
a freighted bark doth ride," Columbia 
river, Oregon, U. S. A. no. 13557. 
(H 35077, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 2, 
1903.) 55509 

Soufriere's mammoth crater, the hissing 
grumbling terror of the whole popula- 
tion, St. Vincent. 14330. (H 25295, 
Dec. 23, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 

55510 

Soufriere's steaming caldron 48 hours 
prior to a terrific eruption. 14333. 
(H 25298, Dec. 23, 1902; 2 c. Sept, 12, 
1903.) 55511 

Under the descending furv of Mt. Pelee, 
Martinique. 14324. ( H 25289, Dec. 
23, 1902; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903.) 55512 

Viewing the glorious pageantry of nature 
in the vicinity of Mt. Hood, Oregon, 
U. S. A. 135*65. (H 35085, Aug. 27, 
1903; 2 c, Sept, 2, 1903.) 55513 

We'll show 'em how to fell big trees, in 
the great Oregon forests, U. S. A. no. 
13569. (H 35089, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 2, 1903.) 55514 



US 



V. 37. No. 40 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



649 



vi Chas. E. I, New York, 
N. V. 
Chief Eagle Elk. (H 35534, Sept. lty 

55515 



Chief Flat Iron. (II 35535, 
1903. ) 


Sept. 10, 
55516 


2 c. each Sept. 10, 1903. 





Townsend (Charles E.), Oak- 
land, Cal. 
Yosemite in storm. (II 35660, Sept. 



14. 



L903; 2 c. Sept. 14, L903. 



55517 



Underwood Oc Underwood, 
Arlington, N. J. 

Al war princes on state elephants ready to 
join the great procession. Durbar, Del- 
hi, India. I H 35307, Sept. 1. 1903.) 

55518 

Arrival of H. E. the viceroy, and Lady 
Curzon, at the amphitheatre, Durbar, 
Delhi. India. ( H 35279, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55519 

Bowing in prayer toward Mecca, Moslema 
during Durbar in "Jumma," India's 
greatest mosque, Delhi, no. 1. (H 
35271, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55520 

no. 2. ( H 35272, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55521 
Cathedral ruins, main entrance, old castle 
on left, on the famous rock of Cashel, 
Ireland. (H 35259, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55522 

Chandni Chouk, east, richest street of 

the Orient, famous in the history of 

Delhi, India, no. 1. (H 35299, Sept. 



1, 1903. 



55523 



no. 2. (H 35300, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55524 

Charming Enniskillen, west from Cole 
monument, northern Ireland. ( H 
35260, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55525 

Connaught ( T. R. H. the duke and 
duchess of) arriving at the amphithea- 
tre. Durbar, Delhi; India. (H 35301, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55526 

Curzon (H. E. Lord and Lady), on the 
gigantic "Grand Tusker," Durbar state 
entrv, Delhi, India, no. 1. (H 35305, 
Sept. 1. 1903. | 55527 

no. 2. ( H 35306, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

55528 

Devout Mohammedans prostrate at prayer 
time, court of Jumma Musjid, India's 
greatest mosque. Delhi, no. 1. (H 
35296, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55529 

no. 2. (H 35297, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55530 

Earnest crowds listening to President 
Roosevelt, court house park, Quincv, 
111. (H 35269, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55531 



Underwood a: Underwood, 
Arlington, N. .1 . 
Eight-camel (The) carriage of the Lieut. - 
governor of the Punjab, Durbar, Delhi, 
India, no. 2. (II 35308, Sept. 1, | 

55532 

Grand Durbar military pageant, from 

ampitheater over the famous Delhi 

plain. India. 1. (II 352s;;, Sept. I. 

1903. i 55533 

2. (H 35284, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55534 

3. (II 35285, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55535 

Grandeur of Ireland's coast. S. W. from 
Lookout cliff to Bishop's Island, and 
ruined oratory, Kilkee. (H 35265, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55536 

H. H. the raja of Jind, in his solid silver 
phaeton, at the amphitheatre, Durbar, 
Delhi, India. (H 35302, Sept. 1, 1903. I 

55537 

Haying in the outskirts of Bundoran, a 
popular watering place of X. W. Ire- 
land. ( H 35264," Sept. 1, 1903. ) 55538 

Honored veterans of the great mutiny 
approaching the amphitheatre, Dur- 
bar, Delhi, India, no. 1. (H 35288, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55539 

no2. (H 35289, Sept. 1,1903.) 55540 

Imperial cadet corps, at the Durbar, on 
the Delhi plain, India, no. 1. (H 
35303, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55541 

no. 2. (H 35304, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55542 

India's gorgeous princes honoring their 

emperor, grand state entrv. Durbar, 

Delhi, no. 1. (H 35273, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

55543 
no. 2. (H 35274, 



no. 3. 



no. 4. 



no. 6. 



(H 35275, 
(H 35276, 
(H 35277, 
( H 35278, 



Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55544 
Sept. 1,1903.) 

55545 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55546 
Sept. 1. 1903. ) 

55547 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55548 

Infantry of Patiala and arch of Bahawal- 

pur camp, at the great Durbar, Delhi, 

India, no. 2. (H 35311, Sept.1,1903.) 

55549 

Interior of cathedral, from the or«:an loft 

to main altar, Queenstown, Ireland. 

(H 35298, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55550 

Irish (An) maiden and a modern harp, 
in a home in Dublin, Ireland. (H 
35262, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55551 

Leo XIII (Pope) the "beloved," near 
the closeof his long and glorious reign. 
(H 35266, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55552 



7730—03- 



14:9 



650 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 
Arlington, N. J. 
Library, showing portrait of Lady Ken- 
mare, Lord Kenmare's mansion, Kil- 
larnev, Ireland. (H 35263, Sept. 1, 
1903.) 55553 

Lodge at entrance to the beautiful estate 
of Lord Kenmare, Killarnev, Ireland. 
(H 35261, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55554 

Long may it thrive! President Roosevelt 
plants a tree near San Jose, Cal. (H 
35268, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55555 



Market-day in Kanturk, country-men of 
county Cork, Ireland. ( H 35258, Sept, 
1, 1903.) 55556 



Underwood & Underwood, 
Arlington, X. J. 
Trinity college, (right,) and bank of Ire- 
land, old Parliament House, (left) X. 
Dublin, Ireland, no. 1. (H 35294, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55573 

no. 2. (H 35295, Sept. 1,1903.) 55574 

Unique features of the great Durbar 
parade, Delhi, India, no. 2. (H 35309, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55575 

2 c. each Sept. 1, 1903. 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Attempted (The) murder and rescue. (H 
35433, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903.) 

55576 
Multitudes from all the world watching | j) g rea ding sign. (H 35432 Sept 8 



the grandest pageant of history, Dur- 
bar, Delhi, India, no. 1. (H 35290, 
Sept. 1, 1903. ) 55557 

2. (H 35291, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55558 

3. (H 35292, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 55559 

4. (H 35293, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 55560 

Natives of Kabul, Afghanistan, in the 
Cashmere camp at the Durbar, Delhi, 
India, no. 2. ( H 35314, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

55561 

no. 3. (H 35315, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55562 

Roosevelt (President), speaking from the 

rose embowered stand at Pasadena, 

Cal. (H 35267, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55563 

Roosevelt (President) speaking on the 
countrv's currency laws, at Quincv, 111. 
(H 35270, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55564 

Shan chiefs from Burmah, clad in gold 
and rubies, in the Durbar amphitheatre, 
Delhi, India. (H 35310, Sept. 1, 1903. ) 

55565 

Soldier-lined (The) route of the Durbar 
procession, encircling the great Junnna 
Musjid, Delhi, India, no. 2. ( H 35312, 
Sept. 1, 1903.) 55566 

no. 3. (H 35313, Sept. 1,1903.) 55567 

Spectators and troops lining the route of 
the great Durbar procession, Delhi, 
India, no. 1. ( H 35286, Sept. 1, 1903.) 

55£63 

2. (H 35287, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55569 

Splendors of India, elephants and body 
guard of H. H. the raja of Sirmur, 
Durbar, Delhi, no. 1. ( H 35280, Sept. 
1, 1903.) 55570 

2. (H 35281, Sept. 1, 1903.) 55571 

no. 3. (H 35282, Sept, 1, 1903.) 



1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903.) 



55577 



55572 



Dogs rescuing girl from railroad track. 
(H 35430, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1903.) 55578 

Girl in wagon pulled bv dogs. (H 35431, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. ) 55579 

Milkmaid and farm boys. (H 35488, 
Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 

55580 

Reading letter. (H 35487, Sept. 10, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1903.) 55581 

Verrill (Alpheus Hyatt), 
New Haven, Conn. 
Ninth regiment monument, Bayview 
park, New Haven, Conn. (H 34000, 
July 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. ) 

55582 

"Warwick (William G.), 
Whatcom, Wash. 
Mt. Baker, summer clouds. (H 35663, 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 55583 



Pole 158 ft. long. (H 35664. 
1903. ) 
2 c. each Sept. 14, 1903. 



Sept. 14, 
55584 



St. 



Wasserman ( Michel ) , 
Louis, Mo. 
1803 Ratification of the Louisiana pur- 
chase treaty between the French Re- 
public and the United States. ( H 35484, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 

55585 

Whiting (R. R. ), Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
General view from Prospect point, Ni- 
agara Falls, X. Y., U. S. A. 856. (H 
34916, Aug. 21, 1903.) 55586 

Niagara Falls from Goat Island, N. Y., 
U. S. A. 795. (H 34915, Aug. 21, 
1903. ) 55587 



150 



V. 37, No. 40 



FINE ARTS 



651 



Whiting (R R.), Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 
Whirlpool rapids, Niagara Falls, N: V.. 
T. s. A. 796. (H 34<»14, Aug. 21, 
1903.) 55588 

2 e. each Sept. 2, 1903. 

Whiting brothers, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 
What makes the lamb love Mary so? 



2744. (H3491' 
Sept. 2, 11)03.) 



Aug. 21, 1903; 2 



55589 



Williams (Jno.), New York, 
N. V. 
"Alma Mater," showing hack view of 
statue — female figure seated in chair. 
(II 35388, Sept. 4, L903.) 55590 

Alma Mater, showing front view of 
statue — female figure seated in chair. 
[U :^:\*i, Sept. 4, 1903.) 55591 

2 c. each Sept. 4, L903. 



Number of Photographs since Jan. 1, 1903 10,930 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, wonld read. " (.'ODvrierht by American show print co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Cla>s I. XXc. no. 7714. Aug. 28, 1903: 1 photograph received Aug. 28, 1908." 



American show print co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sandy Bottom. Drawing on which is 

pictured a southerner with uplifted 

hand holding a dagger. (I 7714, Aug. 

28, 1903. ) 55592 

Two little vagrants. Poster on which is 
pictured a male and female character; 
the female is in gvpsv costume holding 
a hottle. (I 7707^ Aug. 28, 1903. ) 

.55593 
1 photo, each Aug. 28, 1903. 

Apel (Frederick EL), Athol 
Springs, X. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham), portrait; arr. on an 
oval tablet; on one side, representation 
of a man splitting rails. (I 8025, Sept. 
22, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 22, 1903.) 

55594 
Baliin (Hugo), New York, 
N. Y. 
Laurinda; water-color painting of a head; 



(I 8020, Sept. 22, 
22, 1903. ) 55595 



size, 12 x 12 inches 
1903; 1 photo. Sept 

Barnes -Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showini: a lady and maid re- 
moving bed quilts. (1*8008, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 55596 

Illustration showing four voung ladies. 
(I 8005, Sept. 21, 1903.) * 55597 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a boy about twelve vears of a^e. (I 
8014, Sept. 21, 1903. ) " 55598 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a lad v in modern street dress. (18009, 
Sept/ 21, 1903.) 55599 

1 



Barnes - Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing full length figure of 

a ladv in street dress, wearing a skirt 

with full drapery. (I 8006, Sept. 21, 

1903.) 55600 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a man in full front view; he wears a 
short top coat. (18015, Sept. 21,1903. ) 

55601 

Illustration showing full length figures of 
two ladies and a half length figure of a 
third. (18010, Sept. 21, 1903.) 55602 

Illustration showing full length figures of 
two voung ladies. (I 8007, Sept. 21, 
1903.') 55603 

Illustration showing half length figure of 
a man seated in an arm chair. (I 8016, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 55604 

Illustration showing head and shoulders 
of two ladies facing one another. (I 
8012, Sept. 21,1903.) 55605 

i Illustration showing three boys standing 
at a street corner. (I 8013, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 55C06 

; Illustration showing three ladies in their 
dressing room. (I 8011, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 55607 

1 photo, each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Bartlett (M. A.), Brookline, 
Mass. 
Balm of hurt minds; a Bleeping girl re- 
clining upon her side on a hank. (I 
8103, Sept. 26, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 26, 
1903.) 55608 

51 



652 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 
France. 
Adam et Eve, chasses du paradis; la pre- 
miere unit d'angoisse: nude figure of 
Adam seated, no. 8949. ( 1 7817, Sept. 
5, 1908. ) • 55609 

Angelus (L'); three figures standing in a 

boat in a praying attitude, no. 8956. 

(I 7811, Sept 5, 1903.) 55610 

Aphrodite ; nude female figure rising from 
the crest of a wave. no. 8955. ( 1 7812, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55611 

Apres le combat, cerfs; scene in moun- 
tains, no. 8952. (I 7815, Sent. 5, 1903. ) 

55612 

Au mois d'Aout a 1' ombre; group of peas- 
ants resting by a roadside, no. 8964. 
(17858, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55613 

Barques echouees au couchant; group of 
fishing boats stranded on a beach, no. 
8939. (I 7831, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55614 

Bord de FAllier; landscape, on the right 
tall trees, no. 8943. (I 7823, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55615 

Calme (Le) du soir; on the left, two fe- 
male figures, no. 8977. (I 7845, Sept. 
5, 1903.) 55616 

Chant du crepuscule; scene in a room, on 
the right two women are seated close 
to one another, no. 8966. ( I 7856, Sept. 
5, 1903.) 55617 

Clair de lune en rade d' Amsterdam; 
beach scene, group of fishing folk on a 
beach, no. 8996. (I 7840, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55618 

Clair de lune sur les cotes de Hollande; 
marine scene, no. 8997. ( I 7839, Sept. 
5, 1903.) 55619 

Convalescent (Le); figure of a man with 
a black beard . no. 8946. ( I 7820, Sept. 
5, 1903.) 55620 

Dans la rosee; country scene, two cows 
in the foreground, no. 8970. (17851, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55621 

Dans les pres fleuris; three young women 
on the bank of a stream, no. 8968. (I 
7854, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55622 

Depart (Le); full length female figure 
wearing dark gown with short sleeves, 
large hat. no. 8961. (I 7852, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55623 

Drapeau (Le); military scene, a lieuten- 
ant carries a French flag. no. 8958. 
(I 7810, Sept, 5, 1903.) 55624 

Embarquement avant le grain: marine 
scene, fishing boat containing six men. 
no. 8969. (I 7853, Sept. 5, 1903.) 

55625 



Braun, Clement c\: cie, Paris, 
France. 
Etude; bust female figure dressed in rich 
ancient costume, no. 8976. (1 7806, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55626 

Etude; half length female figure wearing 
a dark gauze dress, no. 8938. (I 7S32. 
Sept. 5, 1903. ) 55627 

Ferry (Jules) approuvant les projets de 
reconstruction de la Sorbonne; scene 
in a room, five men are seated, no. 
8972. (I 7849, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55628 

Fin (La) du jour aux Andelys; to the 
right and left of picture are tall and 
slim trees, no. 8933. (I 7838, Sept. 5, 
1903. ) 55629 

Fin d'une belle journee d' Octobre, plage 
de Tillers sur mer; beach scene, no. 
8935. (1 7835, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55630 

Jeune f emme ; f f emale figure seated , wear- 
ing a light dress, no. 8947. (I 7819, 
Sept, 5, 1903. ) 55631 

Marchand (Le) d'estampes; figure of a 
man wearing beard, cloak over his 
shoulders, no. 8944. (I 7822, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55632 

Marecage (Le); rustic scene, sheep and 
cattle. no. 8980. (I 7842, Sept. 5, 
1903. ) 55633 

Marie a Nazareth; religious scene, Joseph 
standing beside a carpenter bench, no. 
8930. (I 7827, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55634 

Marie au pied de la croix; religious scene, 
female figure kneeling, no. 8929. (I 

7828, Sept, 5, 1903.) 55635 

Marie revient du Calvaire; religious scene, 
female figure praving. no. 8928. (I 

7829, Sept, 5, 1903. ) 55636 

Marne (La); scene in the country, a 
woman stands with a baby in her arms, 
no. 8973. ( I 7848, Sept. 5, 1903. ) 55637 

Moutons a la mare; rustic scene, a shep- 
herd with a stick in his left hand. no. 
8967. (I 7855, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55638 

Nocturne; seated female figure, nude to 
waist. no. 8932. (I 7825, Sept. 5, 
1903. ) 55639 

Nuit d'et'' aux environs de Toulon; large 
rocks and small beach, no. -8975. (I 
7846, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55640 

Pecheurs chalutiers du Treport; fisher- 
men in large boat, no. 8963. (I 7860, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) ' 55641 

Petit (Le) bolero; full face bust figure of 
a voting girl. no. 8979. (I 7843, Sept. 
5,' 19030 55642 



152 



V. 37, t 



FINE A ins 



053 



Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 
France. 
Reine S. M. la de (jrece; portrait of the 
queen of Greece, wearing a light dress, 
no. 8957. (I 7809, Sept. 5, I 

55643 
Religieuse; bust full face figure of a wo- 
man dressed in black, uo. 8934. (I 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55644 

Bentree des peeheurs la unit, c3tes de 
Hollande; marine scene at night, no. 
8948. (I 7S1S. Sept. 5, 1903. I 55645 

Retour (Le) <le Tobie: beside a small 
white house sits an old man. no. 8978. 
(I 7844. Sept. 5, '903.) 55646 

Retour (Le) du troupeau; rustic scene, 
cows and sheep, no. 8951. (I 7807, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55647 

Rieuses (Les) ; three women around a 
table. no. 8945. (I 7821, Sept. 5, 
1903.) 55648 

Roosevelt (Le President); portrait, no. 
8960. (I 7808, Sept. 5, 1903. ) 55649 

Rose d'amour; bust figure of a young 
woman, with bare left shoulder, hold- 
ing a rose. no. 8954. (1 7813, Sept, 5, 
1903.) 55650 

Sanglier se frottant aux arbres au sortir 
del'eau; woodland scene, no. 8953. 
(I 7814, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55651 

Saulaie (Une), effet du soir; landscape, 
on the right a group of short thick 
trees, no. 8942. (I 7837, Sept, 5, 
1903.) 55652 

Seance (One) agitee; scene in a room 
containing a long table; around the 
table, ten men. no. 8981. (I 7841, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55653 

Seance (La) interrompue; scene in a 
studio, two clergymen before a paint- 
ing, no. 8941. (I 7824, Sept. 5. 1903. ) 

55654 

Sermon (Le) de dimanche proehain; 
figure of a clergyman seated, no. 8940. 
(I 7830, Sept, 5, 1903.) 55655 

Soir (Le) dans les marais de Lacanau; 

shepherd standing on stilts, no. 8962. 
(I 7859, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55656 

Soir (Vn) d'ete; hunting scene, no. 8950. 
(I 7816, Sept. 5, 1903.") 55657 

Soir (Le); group of four cows coming 
down a stream, no. 8957. (I 7805, 
Sept. 5, 1903.) 55658 

Soleil couchant sur l'Atlantique; marine 
scene, a vessel with sails set. no. 8936. 
(I 7834, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55659 

Sortie (La) du chenil; a pack of hunting- 
dogs; one dog in the foreground, no. 
8965. (I 7857, Sept. 5, 1903.) 55660 

1 



Braun, Clemenl & cie. Paris. 
France. 
fauivau £chapp6; a bull with it-- head 
turned towards an old barn. no. 8974. 
(I 7847, Sept. 5, L903.) 55661 

Viatique (Le); religious scene, on the 
left a sick nun is seated. no. 8971. 
(I 7850, Sept. 5, L903.) 55662 

Vierge (La) et l'enfant; seated figure of 
a madonna, holding infant Jesus. 
no. 8937. (1 7833, Sept. 5. 1903. i 

55663 

Vue de Medinet E] Fayoum, Haute 

Egypte; group of Oriental figures, no. 

8931. (I 7826, Sept. 5, 1903. ) 55664 

1 photo, each Sept. 5, 1903. 

Brown shoe co., St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Fun and f folic; country street, showing 
church and general store. (I 8019, 
Sept. 22, 1903.) 55665 

Our Presidents and their home; front 
view of White House in center. (I 
8018, Sept. 22, 1903.) 55666 

1 photo, each Sept. 22, 1903. 

Dunsmore (John Ward), 
New York, N. Y. 
Anxious (An) moment, the proposal; an 
old fashioned English garden. (I 
8004, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 55667 

Duchesse (La) de Polignac a A T ersailles; 
scene in the gardens at Versailles. (I 
8003, Sept. 21, 1903.) 55668 

1 photo, each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Embrey (William Edward), 
Saratoga Springs, X. Y. 
Within the borders of his paradise: paint- 
ing in water colors representing a nude 
pickaninny. (I 8042, Sept. 24, 1903; 1 
photo. Sept. 24, 1903.) 55669 

Fishel. Adler & Schwartz, 
Xew York, X. Y. 
Bird charmer; scene on a Grecian bal- 
cony overlooking a bay. (I 8021, Sept. 
23,1903.) 55670 

Lost: street scene before a store, a child 
is lost. (18023, Sept. 23, 1903.) 

55671 

j Pompeian bazaar; the interior of a Pom- 

peian bric-a-brac shop. (I 8022, Sept. 

23, 1903.) 55672 

1 photo, each Sept. 23, 1903. 

( roetz brewing co., St. Joseph, 
Mo. / 
. Jerrv's smile: a negro grasping in his right 
hand a gobbler. (1 8040, Julv is. 1903; 
1 photo. July 18, 1903.) 55673 

53 



654 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hyatt ( Anna V.) , Cambridge, 
Mass. 
End of the day's work; pair of work horses 
unhitched from cart. (I 8044, Sept. 24, 
1903.) 55674 

Steep (A) grade; pair of heavy cart horses, 
holding back a load. (I 8043, Sept. 24, 
1903.) 55675 

1 photo, each Sept. 24, 1903. 
Kirk (H. B.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Old (The) monk; attired in the usual 
garments of his order. (I 8041, July 
18, 1903; 1 photo. July 18, 1903. ) 55676 

Link (William), Newark, 
N. J. 
Japanese girl; face of a Japanese girl ap- 
pears backed by a parasol. (I 8001, 
Sept, 21, 1903.) * 55677 

Violets; face and naked shoulder of a girl 
with flowing parted hair. (I 8000, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 55678 

1 photo, each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Morse brothers, Canton, 
Mass. 
Colored mammy; with short skirt and 
apron, and hands folded in front. (I 
8017, Sept. 22, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 22, 
1903.) 55679 

Nash (Agnes C. j, Boston, 
Mass. 
Leo XIII; small bust, height lOi inches; 
width of shoulder 7 inches. ( I 8024, 
Sept. 23, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 23, 1903.) 

55680 
Ottmann (J.) lithographing 
co., New York, N. Y. 
Conlidential. a young woman holding her 
hand to her mouth in the act of telling 
something confidential. (I 7929, Sept, 
11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903.) 55681 
Poore (H. R.), Orange, N. J. 
Making a fool of him; oblong painting of 
little boy in blouse suit and large hound. 
(1 7979, "Sept. 17, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 17, 
1903.) 55682 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Christ crucified; a large company of peo- 
ple gathered outside of the walls of an 
oriential city. (I 8037, Sept. 24, 1903.) 

55683 
Christ risen; two women in kneeling posi- 
tions on the ground. (I 8038, Sept, 24, 
1903. ) 55684 

Christ's trial before Pilate; in the center 
of an oriental court, with his hands back 
of him and chained. (1 8036, Sept. 24, 
1903. ) 55685 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 

Jesus teaches humility; standing in a 
roadway which leads through a beautiful 
country. (I 8034, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 

55686 

Jesus transfigured; scene on top of a 
mountain; three men are seen in 
kneeling attitudes. (I 8029, Sept. 24, 
1903.) 55687 

Jesus visits Tyre and Sidon; the interior 
of an oriental house. (I 8027, Sept. 
24, 1903.) 55688 

Mission (The) of the seventy; in the 
foreground can be seen standing in a 
road before a stone wall a man. (I 
8030, Sept. 24, 1903.) 55689 

Passover (The) ; a large company of peo- 
ple inclining around an oriental table. 
(I 8035, Sept, 24, 1903.) 55690 

Peter confesses the Christ; a company of 
people evidently listening to a man. 
(I 8028, Sept, 24, 1903.) 55691 

Prayer and promise; interior of an orien- 
tal house, in the back of the room is 
seen a woman kneeling. (I 8031, 
Sept. 24, 1903. ) 55692 

Prodigal (The) son; in a pathway can be 
seen an old man who has his arms 
clasped around the neck of a young 
man. (I 8033, Sept, 24, 1903.) *55693 

Watchfulness; an open oriental court, 
standing before a closed door are four 
men, two of whom are carrying lan- 
terns. (I 8032, Sept, 24, 1903.*) 55694 

Wherefore God also hath highly exalted 
Him, and given Him a name which is 
above everv name. (I 8039, Sept, 24, 
1903.) 55695 

2 c. each Sept, 24, 1903. 
Sheahen (John H.), High- 
land Park, 111. 

Marquette mission church; old log church 

which stood at Highland Park, 111. (I 

8002, Sept, 21, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 21, 

1903. ) 55696 

Terrv-Acklev co., New York, 

N. Y. 

There's many a slip; ideal head and neck 
of a woman, full face, with the head 
slightlv turned to one side. (I 7999, 
Sept, 19, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 19, 1903.) 

55697 
Tvler (James G. ), New York, 
N. Y. 

Going to win'ard; American yacht " Re- 
liance" in windward work with 
"Shamrock" poking her nose into the 
picture. (I 798H, Sept. 18, 1903; 1 



photo. Sept. 18, 1903.) 



55698 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 2,667 



154 



INDEX TO No. 640 



This index contains in one alphabet, in addition to the names of copyright proprietors, die name 
al*0 of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic compositions: the titles of Dramatic compositions 
and the titles of anonymous Books proper. 



Aibl (J.) verlag. Musical comp.: 54696. 
Adams [R. ) & co. 

Citator. Minn. ed. 54419. 

Mo. ed. 54420. 

Advance pub. co. Advance. 54308. 
Ainger(A.) Crabbe. 53702. 
Ainslee mag. co. Ainslees. 54313. 
Alger (H.) Forging ahead. 53703. 
Alger (P. R. ), sec. & treas. McLean 

(R.) Bluejacket's manual. 53977. 
Alia mistake. 54202. 
Alliance pub. co. Arena. 54347. 
Altemus(H.) Wiggin (K. I).) Half-a- 
dozen housekeepers. 54184. 
Ambrose, Abbott & co. Musical comp. : 

54698. 
Araer. Baptist pub. soc. 

Hill (G. L. ) According to the pat- 
tern. 53900. 
Tomlinson (E. T.) Winner. 
54144-50. 
American Bell tel. co. Cat. 53792. 
Amer. Berkshire assn. Record. 53708. 
Amer. echo pub. co. Amer. echo. 

54319. 
Amer. field pub. co. Amer. field. 54321. 
Amer. inventor pub. co. Amer. in- 
ventor. 54325. 
Amer. litho. co. Chromos and lithos. : 

55136. 
Amer. medical assoc. Jour. 54517. 
Amer. medicine pub. co. Amer. medi- 
cine. 54335. 
Amer. muto. & biograph co. Photo- 
graphs: 55190. 
Amer. newspaper synd. Washington 

mirror. 54666. 
Amer. queen. 54342. 
Amer. show print co. Fine arts: 55592. 
Amer. soc. of civil eng. Proceedings. 

54343. 
Amer. stereoscopic co. Photographs: 

55222. 
Amer. tract soc. 

Creegan (C. C. ) Pioneer mission- 
aries. 53804. 
Foster (F. H.) Teaching of Jesus. 

53838. 
Hunter (J. D.) John Mark. 53914. 
Anderson (A.) Musical comp. : 54700. 
Apel (F. H.) Fine arts: 55594. 



Apostleship of praver. 
Calendar. 54394. 
League leaflets. 54533. 
Messenger. 54560. 
Appleton (D. ) & co. 

Barbour (R. H.) Weatherby's 

inning. 53721. 
Barnes (J.) Giant of three wars. 

53722. 
Boone (H. B. ) Career triumphant. 

53771. 
Bryant (W. C.) Poetical works. 

53779. 
Butter worth (H.) Brother Jona- 
than. 53783. 
Cuyas ( A. ) Appletons new Spanish- 

Eng. & Eng. -Spanish diet, 53806. 

Three Graces. 53929. 

Jordan (D. S.) Animal structures. 

53933. 



Macaulav (T. B. V Essays. 53972. 
Ant 
'54104/ 



Spears (J. R. 



ithony Wayne. 



Stoddard (W. 0.) Spy of York- 
town. 54115. 
Stringer (A. J. A.) Silver poppy. 

54122. 
Sweetser (K. D.) Mickv of the 

allev. 54125. 
Taggart (M. A.) At Aunt Anna's. 

54128. 
Whitcomb (M ) Suggestions to 
teachers. 54178. 
Arkell co. Just fun. 54528. 
Armstrong (W. C. ) Lundv family. 

53716. 
Automobile topics. Speed. 54107. 
Babyhood pub. co. Babvhood. 54361. 
Bacon (E. H.) & co. Nissen (H.) Ra- 
tional home gym. 54016. 
Balfour ( A. J .) 'Economic notes. 53718. 
Ballin (H.) Fine arts: 55595. 
Bahner& Weber music house co. Mu- 
sical comp.: 54701. 
Bangs (J. K.) and Penfield (R. C.) 

Lady Teazle. 54214. 
Bankers' pub. co. Bankers' mag. 54363. 
Banks A co. Wells (E. H.) N. V. ry. 

law. 54172. 
Bannerman (H.) Story of little black 
Quibba. 53720. 



II 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Baptist young people's union of Anier. 
Baptist unions. 54364. 
Junior Baptist union. 54526. 
Barbour (R. H.) Weatherby's inning. 

53721. 
Barker (E. L. ) Lyceumite. 54544. 
Barnes (A. S. ) & eo. Merwin (S.) His 

little world.' 53990. 
Barnes (J. ) Giant of three wars. 53722. 
Barnes-Crosby co. Fine arts: 55596. 
Barr (A. E.) Thyra Varrick. 53723. 
Bartlett (A.) Engravings, etc.: 55043. 
Bartlett (M. A.) Fine arts: 55608. 
Basler(H. R.) Musical conip. : 54703. 
Bates (A.) Drama. 53731. 
Bates & Guild co. Architectural rev. 

54345. 
Baum (L. F.) 

Enchanted island of Yew. 53733. 
Wizard of Oz. 54230. 
Beach (D. N.) Annie Laurie mine. 

53734. 
Beaman & Smith co. Cat. 53755. 
Becker (H. C.) Elem. of Ger. 53756. 
Bell (J.J.) Laughing drops. 53758. 
Bellmann & Thinner. Musical comp. : 

54704. 
Benjamin (A. J.) Musical comp. : 54706. 
Benton (C. M.) Benton's mo. quot. 

guide. 54369. 

Red bk. of statistics. 54055. 
Benziger bros. Benzigers mag. 54368. 
Bergman (J.) Photographs: 55235. 
Bible looking glass. 53759. 
Bible stuclv pub. co. Bible study union. 

53760. 
Biddle (S. M.) ]few doctor. 53764. 
Bilello (T. W.) Capital and labor. 

54205. 
Black (J. A.) Awheel in Ireland. 

53766. 
Black pub. co. Dry goods guide. 54441. 
Blakiston's (P.) son & co. 

Knight (C. H. ) Diseases of the nose. 

53946. 
Swanzy (H. R.) Haaid bk. of the 
diseases of the eye. 54123. 
Blanchard (A. E. ) " Gentle pioneer. 

53768. 
Bland ( E. N. ) Literary sense. 53769. 
Bloom (S.) Musical comp. : 54708. 
Boabdil. 54203. 
Board of trustees of 111. state hist. lib. 

Illinois state historical library. Collec- 
tions. 53916. 
Bolan (J. J.) Musical comp. : 54710. 
Bolles (A. S.) Money. 53770. 
Bolles (C. E.) Photographs: 55236. 
Book keeper pub. co. Book keeper. 

54371. 
Boone (H. B. ) Career triumphant, 

53771. 
Boosey & co. Musical comp.: 54711. 
Boston book co. Green bag. 54480. 
Boston herald co. McCluskey's musings. 

53974. 



Bosworth & co. Musical comp. : 54712. 

Bowles (J. B.) Record-herald's an- 
swers. 54048. 

Bovce (W. D. ) co. Engravings, etc.: 
55044. 

Boyd's direct, of Salem. 53/72. 

Brackett (J. R. ) Supervision. 53773. 

Brando w (A. S.) Men of tomorrow. 
54558. 

Brady (C. T). 

Doctor of philosophy. 53774. 
In the war with Mexico. 53775. 

Braun, Clement & cie. Fine arts: 55609. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. Musical comp.: 
54721. 

Brewer (E. E.) Musical comp.: 54723. 

Bristol, Va.-Tenn. direct, 53777. 

Brooklyn life pub. co. Brooklvn life. 
54384. 

Broadwav wkly. co. Broakwav 
54379. 

Brown (W 

Brown (W 



klv. 



H.) Musical comp.: 54724. 
H.) & Parker (F.E.) Musi- 
cal comp. : 54725. 
Brown shoe co. Fine arts: 55665. 
Browne (F. J.) Graded mental arith. 

53778. 
Browning, King & co. Brownings mag. 

54388. 
Bryant ( W. C. ) Poetical works. 53779. 
Buckingham (C. C. ) Ginseng culture. 

54474. 
Buena Vista plantation co. Buena Vista 

rep. 54390. 
Bungert(A.) Musical comp. : 54727. 
Burdick(W.L.) Topical outlines. 53781. 
Burkhard (J. P. ) corporation. Field and 

stream. 54464. 
Burnet (W.) Musical comp. : 54742. 
Burnham (C. L.) Jewel. 53782. 
Burnside(R, H.) Sergeant Kitty. 54224. 
Burroughs (G.) & De Blois (G. L.) 

Prices. 54043. 
Burton (J.) Photographs: 55238. 
Bush (W. P. D.) Kentucky. Court of 

appeals. Reports. 53937. 
Buster Brown. 54204. 
Butterick pub. co., ltd. 

Butterick fashions. 54391. 
Delineator. 54440. 
Espejo de la moda, 54452. 
Miroir des modes. 54563. 
For Engravings, etc., see 55049. 
Butter worth (H.) Brother Jonathan. 

53783. 
Buvers ref. co. 

" Buyers ref. 54392. 
List of buyers. 54538. 
Bye (Dr. D. M. ) co. Message of hope. 

53991. 
Byron (G. G.N.) Shorterpoems. 53784. 
Cabot ( R. C. ) Ph vsical diagnosis. 53785. 
Cain (N. ) Fairies' circus. 53786. 
Calendar. 53787. 
Callanan (L. J.) Callanans mo. 54393. 



IN DFX TO Xd. 640 



HI 



Camera craft pub. CO. Camera craft. 
54395. 

Campbell (J. M.) Typical elders. 53788. 
Campbell, Metzgar & Jacobson. Chro- 
mos and lithos. : 55137. 

C. and i . co. < )aks. 54574. 

Capital & labor. 54205. 

Gapps(E.) Introd. of comedy. 53789. 

Carey (T. J.) & co. Carey (T.J.) Pun 

book. 53790. 
Carnell (J.R.) Mod. bus. arith. 53791. 
Carnell&Hoit. Carnell (J. K.) Mod. 

bus. arith. 53791. 
Carraine (E.) Engravings, etc.: 55053. 
Caswell (M. F.) Musical comp. : 54743. 
Catalogue. 53792. 
Catholic news pub. co. Catholic news. 

54396. 
Century co. 

Century mag. 54400. 
St. Nicholas! 54618. 
Chappell & co. Musical comp. : 54744. 
Chappie pub. co. 

National mag. 54567. 
Rural Amer. 54617. 
Chase (O. N.) Twentieth cent. cal. 

54161. 
Christian pub. co. 

Combs ( G. H. ) Christin mod. Eng. 

lit. 53801. 
Hunt (W. R.) Chinese storv-teller. 
53913. 
Church standard co. Church standard. 

54411. 
Churchman co. Churchman. 54415. 
Clark (A. S.) Hist, of the Miss, valley. 

54105. 
Clark (T. M.) Care of a house. 53796. 
Class jour. co. Automobile. 54351. 
Cleveland press. Patton(J. M.) Anaes- 
thesia & anaesthetics. 54035. 
Clifford (W. K.) Miss Williamson. 

53798. 
Clothes keep. 53799. 
Club woman. 54206. 
Coal trade co. Coal trade bul. 54421. 
Coates (H. T. ) & co. House & garden. 

54490. 
Cobra. 54207. 
Coleman (A. I. DuP. ) Monna Vanna. 

54219. 
Collier (P. F.) & son. Colliers wklv. 

54423. 
Combs (G.H.) Christ. 53801. 
Commercial adv. assn. Commercial adv. 

54427. 
Commercial elec. supply co. Fixture 

dept. 53836. 
Comrade pub. co. Comrade. 54431. 
Congregational sy. s. & pub. soc. 
Congregationalist. 54432. 
Wellspring. 54671. 
Consolidated retail booksellers. Thwing 

(E.) Red-keggers. 54143. 
Cook (C. C.) Erdman (F.) What is 

the Lord's coming? 53832. 



Co«»k (D. C.) pub. co. 
Boys world. 54:5,4. 
Girls companion. 54 175. 
Young peoples wklv. 54688. 
Cooke i E. V.) Football girl. 53812. 
Cosmopolitan mag. co. Cosmopolitan. 

54436. 
Counter pub. co. store life. 54640. 
Courier co. Chroraosand lithos.: 55139. 
Creegan (C. C. ) Pioneer missionaries. 

53804. 
Crocker (W. II.) Photographs: 55281. 
Crockett (S. R. ) In a Carlist camp. 

53805. 
Crofut & Knapp co. Hatman. 54487. 
Crossett & Bates. Pediatrics. 54593. 
Crowell (T. Y.) & co. 

Franklin (B.) Autobiography. 

53842. 
Hvde (W. DeW.) New ethics. 

'53915. 
Watrous (G. A.) Elizabethan dra- 
matists. 54167. 
Crowell pub. co. Woman's home com- 
panion. 54683. 
Curtice (J. F. ) Are vou fully protected. 

53715. 
Curtis pub. co. 

Lewis (A. H.) Boss. 53953. 
Sat. eve. post. 54620. 
Cushman (L. N.) 

Fashion world. 54462. 
Popular fashions. 54602. 
Cuvas (A.) Appleton's new Span. -Eng. 

& Eng. -Span. diet. 53806. 
Cyclopedic digest for 111. 53807. 
Dailv storv pub. co. 

Codv"(W. F.) Kate Cedar's vow. 

53800. 
Eddy (J.) His father's sin. 53827. 
Lancaster. Incorrigible angel. 53949. 
Rider (H. P.) Linda's venture. 

54061. 
Marble (PI) Scientific lover. 53985. 
Sweet (A. C. ) When Edward was 

gone. 54124. 
Ten story book. 54647. 
Whitehurst (I. C. ) Greater love. 
54180. 
Darden (W. E.) Texas school jour. 

54648. 
Daring ( Hope), pseud. See Johnson (A.) 
Davenport ( F. S.) Photographs: 55283. 
Davidson (D.) Photographs: 55284. 
Davis (F. W. ) Woman in red. 53810. 
Davis & Sanford. Photographs: 55304. 
Dean (F. ) & co. Musical com]).: 54745. 
De Greville (S.) Musical com]).: 5474(5. 
Deland (E. D.) Three girls. 53811. 
Demets (E.) Musical coin]..: 5474S. 
Denison (T. S.) 

All a mistake. 54202. 

Club woman. 54200. 

Designs of monogams. 53S12. 

Detroit photo, co. Photographs: 55305. 

Dewey (J.) Studies. 53s 1 4. 



IV 



CALATOGUE OF TILTE ENTRIES 



Dillingham (G. W. ) co. Jackson (C. R.) 

Third degree 53926. 
Dilthey (F. C. ) Musical comp. : 54754. 
Dinsmore (C. A.) Aids to the study of 

Dante. 53816. 
Disconsolate (The) monarch. 54208. 
Distinctive printing. 53817. 
Ditrichstein (L. ) What's the matter 

with Susan? 54229. 
Ditson (0. ) Musical comp. : 54755. 
Dodd, Mead & co. 

Douglas (A. M.) Little girl in old 

St." Louis. 53821. 
Ontario. 54265. 

Oregon and "Washington. 54266. 
Palestine. 54267. 
Paris and vicinity. 54268. 
Pennsylvania. 54270. 
Pittsburg and vicinity. 54273. 
Porto Rico. 54274. 
St. Louis. 54276. 
South Carolina. 54282. 
Texas. 54285. 
Donham (G. M.) Maine reg., state 
year-bk. & legislative manual. 53979. 
Donohue (W. P.) Photographs: 55344. 
Dorsev ( G. A. ) Indians. " 53820. 
Dorsev (W. R.) Banknotes. 53719. 
Doubledav, Page & co. 
Country life. 54438. 
Hobson (A.) In old Alabama. 

53904. 
Moody (H. W.) Child's letters to 

her husband. 53997. 
Xorris(F.) Deal in wheat. 54018. 
Pettingill (L. ) Toilers of the home. 

54039. 
World's work. 54686. 
Douglas (A. M.) Little girl. 53821. 
Dovle (A. C. ) Adventures of Gerard. 

53822. 
Druggist's blue bk. 53824. 
Dudley (W. L.) Story. 53825. 
Dunsmore (J. W.) Fine arts: 55667. 
Dutton (F. R. ) What accountancy 

teaches. 54174. 
Eaton & Mains. Hopkins (I. P.) Wing- 
town parson's linen duster. 53906. 
Ebel(0.) Metronome. 53826. 
Eddv (M. B. G.) Christian science 

herald. 54406. 
Edesin (T. A.) Photographs: 55345. 
Edison elec. illuminating co. Brooklvn 

Edison. 54383. 
Edson (J. M.) Wiseman. 54193. 
Eisoldt & Rohkramer. Musical comp.: 
54757. 

Impressions quar. 

co. Electrical rev. 

Western electrician. 



dz co. 



pub. 



Elder (P.) 

54500. 
Electrical rev 

54442. 
Electrician pub. co. 

54675. 

Electrotherapeutics. 53829. 
Elite stvles co. Elite styles. 54446. 
Elliott (W. ) Life of Jesus Christ. 53830. 



Embrey (W. E.) Fine arts: 55669. 
Empire state express. 54209. 
Engineering & mining jour. 54447. 
Ennis (J. S. ) CobraT 54207. 

Live-ever-more. 54215. 
Enoch & cie. Musical comp. : 54760. 
Enoch .& sons. Musical comp. : 54768. 
Erdman (F. ) What is the Lord's com- 
ing? 53832. 
Erickson (J. T. ) Musical comp. : 54772. 
Ess ess pub. co. Smart set. 54638. 
Eternal feminine. 54210. 
Evans (W. A.) Musical comp.: 54773. 
Farm-poultry pub. co. Farm-poultry. 

54460. 
Fashion pub. co. Fashions. 54463. 
Feldman (B. ) & co. Musical comp.: 

54792. 
Few miniatures. 53833. 
Fischer (J.) & bro. Musical comp.: 

54793. 
Fishel, Adler & Schwartz. Fine arts. 

55670. 
Fiske & co. Cumulative index-digest. 

54439. 
Fixture dept. 53836. 
Flovd ( S. ) Limerick ( V. ) Tale of dame. 

53959. 
Foerster (A. 31. ) Musical comp. : 5480S. 
Forbes & co. Architecture. 54346. 
Foreign com. guide. 53837. 
Foreign story syndicate co. 

Nion (F. de) . Proposal. 54015. 
Taber (S. H.) Among the ruins. 
54127. 
Forest & stream pub. co. Forest & stream. 

54465. 
Forman (A.) Harrell (A. E.) Horse- 
sense. 53890. 
Foster ( F. H. ) Teaching of Jesus. 53838. 
Foster (W. T.) Weather bulletin. 54169. 
Fox (J.) Little shepherd of Kingdom 

Come. 53839. 
Fox (R. K. ) National police gaz. 54569. 
Francis, Dav & Hunter. Musical comp. : 

54809. 
Franklin (B.) Autobiography. 53842. 
Franklin (J. D.) Love. 53843. 

For Engravings, etc., see 55054. 
Fritz (T.F.) Mahatma, 54547. 
Frohn (J. C. ) Engravings, etc.: 55055. 
Funk and Wagnalls co. Campbell (J. 

M. ) Typical elders. 53788. 
Furniture people. See Johnson (A.) 

53931. 
Gain & loss exhibit sheets. 53845. 
Gear (A. S.) "Tokalon." 54228. 
German-Amer. surgical co. of X. Y. 

Druggists' blue book. 53824. 
German press & plate co. Offener 

schreibebrief. 54020. 
Gestefeld ( W. X.) Exodus. 54456. 
Girl from Missouri. 54211. 
Goetz brewing co. Fine arts: 55673. 
Golden rule co. Christian endeavor 

world. 54402. 



INDEX TO NO. li-IO 



Bottschalck (O. II. von). Innocent in- 
dustries. 53886. 
Governments of the world. 53887. 
Errant, Berard & Bouvier, Musical 

comp. : 54821. 
Erasinuk & Schott. Musical comp.: 

54822. 
Gregg (J. RJ 

Raymond (F. E.) Prog, studies in 

Eng. 54047. 
So Relle (R, P.) Comp. Words. 
54101. 
ferregory ( W. R.) co. Bakers rev. 54362. 
Dries C. A. | Musical comp.: 54829. 
Erisinger (J.S.) R. I. advertiser. 54607. 
Broom (W. E.) Musical comp.: 54830. 
Guild (J. F. ) Photographs: 55357. 
Haberdasher co. 

Clothes. 53799. 
Wedding book. 54171. 
Hachette & co. Musical comp. : 54831. 
Hackett (J. K.) Chromos and lithos. : 

55145. 
Halbe (M.) Strom. 54226. 
Halcomb ( YV\ ) On a sleeper. 54221. 
Hales (L.&G.) Merrie Xmas. 53989. 
Hall (E. H.) Text-bk. 53889. 
Hall (Frank Chauncev). Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 54246. 
Hand-book. See Palmer (H. C.) 54029. 
Harper & bros. 

Harper's bazar. 54481. 

Harpers mo. mag. 54482. 

Harpers wkly. 54483. 

Monna Vanna. 54219. 

Onoto Watanna. Heart of Hvacinth. 

54026. 
Smith (G.) Stories of Peter and 
Ellen. 54094. 
Harrington (F. M. ) Poetical adviser. 

53891. 
Harris (J. C.) Wallv Wanderoon. 53892. 
Harris (W. T.) Optimist. 54580. 
Harrison (J. S.) Platonism. 53893. 
Hazlett (T.J.) City & county direct. 

53894. 
Healey (H. G.) Oval-rhomboidal 

method. 53895. 
Health pub. co. Health. 54488. 
Hearst (W. R.) 

Abbott (V. ) Matrimonial mistakes. 

53698. 
Allen (G. ) Fra Benedetto's medal. 

53704. 
Bathon (W.) As the angels may. 

53732. 
Begs to be hanged. 53757. 
Bierce(A.) infant. 53765. 
Cheops. 53794. 
Craziest race. 53803. 
Dix(D.) Give the girls. 53818. 

Studies. 53819/ 

Fitzgerald (O. P.) Foreignizing. 

53835. 
Girl who can swim. 53883. 
How to make. 53908. 



Hearst (W. R. )— Continued. 
How we saved. 53909. 
Logan (C. E.) Romance. 53965. 

Logan (Mrs. .]. A.) Peculations. 
53966. 

Some women. 53967. 

Vital phase. 53968. 

Minister by day. 53992. 

Mr. Vanderbilt's negro neighbor. 

53994. 
.Mrs. Phil Lydig the best 53995. 
Most courted girl. 54001 . 
Xo men wanted. 54017. 
Patterson (A.) Beauty. 540:;.",. 
Remarkable drawings. 54057. 
Richest man in Paris. 54000. 
Saltus (E.) Princess. 54066. 

Value. 54069. 

Sangster (M. E. ) Wives. 54072. 
Scream of locomotive. 54074. 
Self-supporting girl. 54079. 
Serviss (G. P. ) Destruction. 54080. 

Science knows. 54081. 

Seymour (G. F. ) Foreignizing of 

Amer. girls. 54082. 
Somerset (Lady H.) Habit of judg- 
ing. 54098. 
Spencer (M.) After many days. 

54108. 
What Lucy did. 54175. 
When a multi-millionaire. 54177. 
Why box at Casino. 54183. 
Wilcox (E. W T .) Let life. 54185. 

Suburban homes. 54186. 

Yes. 54200. 
Engravings, etc. : 55057. 
Heatherton (J. M. ) Plumbers trade jour. 

54600. 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. Musical comp. : 

54833. 
Henderson (George). United States. 
54286. 

Musical comp.: 54834. 
H.) Musical 



comp. 



Henkel (J. A.) 
Hennaman (W. 

54835. 
Henty (G. A.) 

Through three campaigns. 53896. 
With the allies. 53897. 
Heroine in rags. 54212. 
Heugel & cie. Musical comp. : 54836. 
Hicks (LP.) Builders' guide. 53898. 
Hill (G. A.) Outlines. 53899. 
Hill (G. L.) According to the pattern. 

53900. 
Hill (H.) pub. co. Musical comp.: 54837. 
Hill (J. H.) Digest of the decisions of 

Dak. 53901. 
Hill (P. M. ) Bible looking glass. 53759. 
Hill (R. T.) Geog. of Texas. 53902. 
Hill direct, co. Bristol, Va.-Tenn. direct. 

53777. 
Hills i W. H.) Writer. 54687. 
Hinman (F. B. ) Photographs: 55360. 
Hirst (B.C.) Text-bk. 53903. 
Hirt (C. J.) Engravings, etc.: 55083. 
Hobson (A. ) In old Alabama. 53904. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Holt (H.) & co. Hall (E. H.) Text 

bk. of physics. 53889. 
Home advocate. 54489. 
Hooke (C. W.) Defender of destinv. 

53905. 
Hoopes relief map & novelty nifg. co. 
Europe. 54243. » 
North America. 54258. 
South America, 54281. 
Hopkins (I. P.) Wingtown parson's 

linen duster. 53906. 
Hopkins (W. J.) Sandman. 53907. 
Hornikel (E. F.) Designs. 53812. 
Houghton, Mifflin & co. 
Atlantic mo. 54350. 
Laing ( G. J. ) Masterpieces of Latin 

lit. 53948. 
Tennyson (A.) Lord. Gareth & Ly- 

nette. 54133. 
Webster (W. F.) Elem. composi- 
tion. 54170. 
Howe(H. M.) Iron. 53910. 
Howells (W. D.) Letters home. 53911. 
Hudson (D. E. ) Ave Maria. 54357. 
Hug (G. ) & co. Musical comp.: 54838. 
Huling (C. C.) Amer. candy maker. 

53912. 
Hull (S. G.) Musical comp.: 54841. 
Hunt (W. R.) Chinese story-teller. 

53913. 
Hunter (J. D.) John Mark. 53914. 
Hyatt (A. V.) Fine arts: 55674. 
Hyde ( W. De W. ) New ethics. 53915. 
Illinois state hist. lib. Collections. 

53916. 
Illustrated cat. 53917. 
Illustrative & desc. cat. 53918. 
Ilsen & co. Musical comp. : 54842. 
Imperial illustrating co. Engravings, 

etc.: 55092. 
Interior. 54501. 

Intern, corres. schools. Text-bk. 53921. 
Intern, text-bk. co. 

Electrotherapeutics. 53829. 
Field mens instr. paper. 53834. 
I. C. S. messenger. 54494. 
Intern, corres. schools. Text-bk. on 
Spanish. 53921. 
Intern, union of steam eng. Intern. 

steam eng. 54506. 
Ironmonger (C. F. ) Photographs: 

55363. 
Jackson (C. R. ) Third degree. 53926. 
Jackson (G. E.) Big Jack. 53927. 
Little comrade. 53928. 
Three graces. 53929. 
Jacobs (G. W.) & co. Johnson (A.) 

Furniture people. - 53931. 
Jamieson ( D. B. ) Musical comp. : 54843. 
Javne (Dr. D. ) & son. Engravings, etc.: 

55093. 
Jegi (J. I.) Prac. lessons. 53930. 
Jenkins (J. VV.) sons music co. Musical 
comp. : 54844. 



Jennings & Pve. 

Kenyon ( J. B. ) Retribution. 53941. 
Sheridan (W. F. ) Sunday-night 

service. 54092. 
Whitlock ( W. F. ) Story of the book 
concerns. 54181. 

Jewelers circular pub. co. Jewelers cir- 
cular. 54507. 

Jewish comment pub. co. Jewish com- 
ment. 54511. 

Johns (H. W.) Manville co. Fire ex- 
tinguisher. 53984. 

Johnson (A.) Furniture people. 53931. 

Johnson (K.) Photographs: 55364. 

Johnson co. Photographs: 55305. 

Jones (A. G.) Solidarity. 54097. 

Jones ( ti. C. ) Elem. of inorganic chem. 
53932. 

Jordan (D. S. ) Animal structures. 
53933. 

Judd (O.) co. 

Amer. agriculturist. 54315. 
Orange Judd farmer. 54581. 

Judge co. Judge. 54522. 

Kahnt (C. F. ) nachfolger. Musical 
courp. : 54845. 

Kaler (J. O.) With Rodgers on the 
President. 53934. 

Kansas City star co. Trade in live stock. 
54155. 

Keefe-Davidson co. & West (J. B. ) Cvcl. 
digest for 111. 53807. 

Keen (J. T. ) Manual. 53936. 

Keen (W. W. ) Amer. text-bk. of surg- 
ery. 53936. 

Kellev-How-Thompson co. Engravings, 
etc.': 55094. 

Kellogg (E. L.) & co. School jour. 
54624. 

Kentucky. Court of appeals. Repts. 
53937. ' 

Kenyon (J. B.) Retribution. 53941. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann. Pucks quar. 
54604. 

Ketcham (W. E. ) Penna, state college. 
54038. 

Keyes (J. S. ) Social circle in Concord. 
Centenary. 54096. 

Keystone view co. Keystone rev. 54530. 

Kimbark (S. D.) co. Catalogue. 53942. 

Kirk (E. O. ) Good-bve, proud world. 
53945. 

Kirk (H. B. ) & co. Fine arts: 55676. 

Kiser bros. Photographs: 55366. 

Kling (B.) Capital & labor. 54205. 

Klopsch (L. ) 

Mann ( H. ) Story of the Declaration 

of independence. 53983. 
Talmage (F. De W.) Labor's even- 
ings. 54129. 

Knight (C. H.) Diseases. 53946. 

Knight, Donnellev & co. Pit & post. 
54598. 

Krans (H. S.) Irish life. 53947. 

Krebaum (C. A.) Photographs: 553/7. 

Lady of Mexico. 54213. 



INDEX TO NO. 1540 



VI] 



J.) Where love is. 
Eleanor Davton. 



Lady Teazle. 54214. 

Laing (G. J.) Masterpieces. 53948. 

Lane (J.) 

Locke (W. 

53963. 
Stephenson (N.) 
541 1L 
Lawrence [G. R.) co. Photographs: 

55378. 
Law son i V. F. ) Governments of the 

world of to-day. 53887. 
Lawyers' co-op. pub. co. 
Gen. digest. 54473. 
Hill (J. LL ) Digest of the decisions 
ni Dak. 53901. 

repts. 54531. 



& co. 



W 



Progressive med. 
) Curse of caste. 



of 



Lawyers" 
Lea brothers 
54046. 

Le Cato (N. 
53950. 

Lee (\Y. H.) Marks. 53986. 
Lee £ Shepard. 

Munn (C. C.) Hermit. 54003. 

Stratemeyer (E. ) At the fall 
Montreal. 54117. 

— Bound to be an electrician. 
54118. 

— Fighting for his own. 54119. 
Shorthand Tom. 54120. 

Young auctioneer. 54121. 

Leffler (J.) Buster Brown. 54204. 

Lehnerts (E. M. ) Jour, of geog. 54515. 

Leon (V.) Musical corap. : 54852. 

Leuekart (F. E. C. ) Musical com]).: 
54854. 

Lewis (C. B.) Bowser. 53954. 

Lewisohn (L. ) History of literature. 
53956. 

Library pub. co. Booklover's mag. 
54372. 

Life pub co. Life. 54534. 

For Engravings, etc., see 55095. 

Lincoln pub. co. Engravings, etc. : 55098. 

Link W. Fine arts: 55677. 

Lippincott (J. B. ) co. 

Annals of surgery. 54344. 
Moss (M.) Sequence in hearts. 
54000. 

Little Bo-Peep. 53961. 

Little, Brown & co. Keen (J. T. ) Man- 
ual for notaries public. 53935. 

Little chronicle pub. co. Little chroni- 
cle. 54539. 

Little Tommy Tucker. 53962. 

Live-ever-more. 54215. 

Locke (W.J.) Where love is. 53963. 

Lockhart (W. L.) & co. Illustrative & 
desc. cat, 53918. 

Lodge ( H. C. ) Story of the rev. 53964. 

Loeffler(A.) Photographs: 55379. 

London (J.) At the rainbow's end. 
53969. 

Longmans, Green & co. Balfour (A. J.) 
Economic notes. 53718. 

Luckhardt's musik-verlag. Musical 
comp. : 54855. 



Lumber rev. co. Lumber rev. only 545 13. 
Lupton (F. M.) Peoples home jour. 

54595. 
Lynde(F.) Million dollar haul. 53971. 

Lyon (J. B.) co. X. V. Supreme court 

appellaU division. Repts. 54069. 
Lyon & Healy. Musical comp.: 54856. 
MacArthur (J.) Masque of the white 

rose. 54216. 
McCail co. McCalls mag. 54545. 
McCanless bros. Photographs: 55399. 
Macaulav (T. B. ) Essays. 53972. 
MacOlintock (S.) Philippines. 53973. 
McClure (S. S.) co. 

Stiles (G. YV.) Hsiao Ching's strat- 
agem. 54113. 
McClures mag. 54546. 
McClure (T. C.) 

Clark (H. W. ) Uncle Jonquil's be- 
quest. 53795. 
Dangerfleld(C.) On fourteen trestle. 

53808. 
Edwards (R.) Dangers. 53828. 
Gordon (K.) Beauty. 53885. 
Guvol (L. H.) And a little child. 

53888. 
Morton (K.) Beauty quest. 53999. 
Richardson (A. S. ) At Sisconsett 

Point. 54059. 
For Engravings, etc., see 55099. 
I McClure, Phillips & co 

Daskam (J. D. ) Edgar. 53809. 
Doyle (A. C. ) New catacomb. 

53823. 
Les-ino- (B. ) Children of men. 
53951. 
McClurg ( A . C. ) & co. Patterson ( A. J. ) 

Spinner family. 54034. 
McConnell (S. R. & I. C.) co. Illus. cat. 
53917. 
i McCormick (C. ) Ophthalmologist. 

14579. 
Macdonald (L. ) Girl from Missouri. 

54211. 
Macfadden(B.) Physical culture. 54596. 
I McKinlev music co. Musical comp. : 

54868. " 
1 McLean (R. ) Bluejacket's manual. 

53977. 
' McLoughlin bros. 

Little Bo-Peep. 53%1. 
Little Tommy Tucker. 53962. 
Mother Goose. 54002. 
MacManus(S-) Manas the miller. 53978. 
j MacMillan co. 

Ainger (A.) Crabbe. 53702. 
Bland (E.N.) Literary sense. 53769 
Bvron (G. G. N.) Shorter poems. 

"53784. 
Brackett (J. R. ) Supervision & educ. 

in charity. 53773. 
Clark (T. M0 Careof ahouse. 53796. 
Harrison (J. S. ) Platonism in Eng. 

poetry. 53893. 
Jegi (J. I.) Prac. lessons in human 
physiology. 53930. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



MacMillan co. — Continued. 

Jones (H. C. ) Elem. of inorganic 

chem. 53932. 
Krans (H. S. ) Irish life. 53947. 
Makin (R.L.) Beaten path. 53980. 
Smith (W. R.) South Carolina. 
54095. 
McNab pictorial co. Engravings, etc. : 

55109. 
Maeterlinck (M.) Monua Vanna. 54219. 
Mail & express co. Mail & express. 

54548. 
Maine register. 53979. 
Makin (R.L.) Beaten path. 53980. 
Mal-assimilation. 54134. 
Mann ( H. ) Story of the Declaration of 

independence. 53983. 
Mansfield ( 1). ) Musical comp. : 54877. 
Manual of statistics co. Manual of stat. 

54552. 
Manville fire extinguisher. 53984. 
Marble (S.) Heroine in rags. 54212. 
Markendorff (G. ) Engravings, etc.: 

55110. 

Marshall & Bruce co. Tennessee. Gen. 

assembly. Revised road laws. 54132. 

Mashaw (T. H.) Musical comp.: 54878. 

Mason (P.) co. Youth's companion. 

54692. 
Masque of white rose. 54216. 
Master steam boilermakers pub. assoc. 

Motive power. 54565. 
Matthewman (L. deV.) Rips & raps. 

53987. 
Matthews (B. ) Development of the 

drama. 53988. 
Matthews ( J. B. ) See Matthews (B. ) 
Matthews (J.N.) co. 

Buffalo, and towns of Tonawanda, 
Amherst, Cheektowaga, and West 
Seneca, 54233. 
China, Manchuria, Mongolia and 

Korea. 54236. 
Illus. Buffalo express. 54495. 
Indo-China. 54251. 
North America. 54259. 
South Africa, Transvaal colony and 
adjoining territory. 54280. 
Maurer(O-) Photographs: 55401. 
Mayflower pub. co. Warbler. 54665. 
Meigs (Charles D.) Walks (The) and 

works of the Master. 54300. 
Melanson ( L. N. ) Musical comp. : 54879. 
Melies(G t ) Photographs: 55402. 
Memory. 54217. 

Merck & co. Merck's archives. 54559. 
Merwin(S.) His little world. 53990. 
Message of hope. 53991. 
Methodist lay workers' institute. Indi- 
vidual soul winning. 53919. 
Metropolitan mag. co. 

Howells (YV. D.) Letters home. S 

53911. 
Metropolitan mag. 54561. 
Metropolitan ptg. co. Chromos and ( 
lithos. : 55146. 



MMi. state nied. soc. Jour. 54521. 

Minister of Gotham. 54218. 

Missionary soc. of St. Paul. Elliott ( W. ) 
Life of Jesus Christ, 53830. 

Mitchell (J. J.) co. 

Sartorial art jour. 54619. 

For Engravings, etc., see 55114. 

Mitchell (W. C.) Hist, of the green 
backs. 53993. 

Model boilers. 53996. 

Model heating co. Boilers. 53996. 

Modern bus. arith. See Carnell (J. R. ) 
53791. 

Mo ineux (G.) Molineux choir library. 
54564. 

For Musical comp. see 54880. 

Monna Vanna. 54219. 

Montague (W. ) Empire state express. 
54209. 

Moody (H.W.) Child's letters. 53997. 

Moody ( W. R. ) Record of christian 
work. 54605. 

Moonev (S. F. D. ) My moving tent. 
53998. 

Moore (A. C.) Musical comp.: 54885. 

Moore (C. E. ) Greenwood co., Kans. 
54248. 

Moran (The Misses). Engravings, etc.: 
55116. 

Morgan ( Mrs. E. N. ) Terence. 54227. 

Morse bros. Fine arts: 55679. 

Mo«s (M.) Sequence in hearts. 54000. 

Mother Goose melodies. 54002. 

Mountjoy ( J. C. ) Engravings, etc. : 55117. 

Munn (C. C. ) Hermit. 54003. 

Munn & co. 

America cientifica. 54314. 
Scientific Amer. 54628. 
Scientific Amer. suppl. 54632. 

Munsey (F. A.) co. 
Argosy. 54348. 
Munsey 's mag. 54566. 

Mustel pere et fils. Musical comp. : 
54886. * 

Myers (G. W.) Rational gram, school 
arith. 54004. 

Nash (A. C.) Fine arts: 55680. 

Nash (A. J. R.) Sacred chart. 54005. 

Nathan ( b\ ) 

Eternal feminine. 54210. 
Queen commands. 54223. 
Siren. 54225. 

National iron & steel pub. co. Amer. 
manufacturer & iron world. 54327. 

National soc. 1). A. R. Amer. monthly 
mag. 54340. 

National union of r'y trackmen. Track- 
man. 54658. 

Navajo school of Indian basketry. In- 
dian basket weaving. 54006. 

Nesbit (E.) See Bland (E. N.) 

New Eng. rv. pub. co. ABC Path- 
finder. 54303. 

N. Y. (State) Supreme court. Reptg. 
54009. 

N. Y. education co. Amer. educ. 54320. 



INDEX TO NO. H40 



IX 



X. Y. eve. post co. Eve. post real estate 
record. 54453. 

X. Y. herald co. 

Xew things. 54008. 

Engravings, etc.: 55120. 
X. Y. mag. of mysteries. 54573. 

N. Y. sot-, of self culture. Gordon (A.) 

Art of being agreeable. 53884. 
X. Y. times co. 

Chamberlain's resignation. 53793. 
London news. 53970. 
Alan in street. 53981. 
On London 'change. 54028. 
Tonics. 54152. 
Xew Yorker staats-zeitung. '\Yochen- 

blatt. 54679. 
Xiblack ( W. C. ) Torrens system. 54014. 
Nichols [R.) Musical eonip.: 54SS7. 
Nicholson (G. T.) Dorsev (G. A.) In- 
dians of the Southwest. " 53820. 
Nissen (H.) Rational home gymnastics. 

54016. 
Nolen (W. W.) Hill (G. A.) Outlines 

of an elem. course in chem. 53899. 
Noonan ( J. M. ) Art rev. 54349. 
N orris (F.) Deal in wheat. 54018. 
Northern Iowa land co. Souvenir views. 

54102. 
Xorthfield bank robbery. 54220. 
X'orthrup (AY. M.) Alhambra, Calif. 

54231. 
Novello & co., ltd. Musical comp. : 54888. 
Xovello Ewer & co. Church music rev. 

54410. 
Noyes (W. A.) Jour, of Araer. chem. 

soc. 54516. 
O'Connell (F. R.) Mr. Undertaker. 

54019. 
Offertory calendar co. Engravings, etc. : 

55126.' 
Oliver (J. W.) 

Old, old story. 54022. 
Way down. * 54168. 
Olympian pub. co. Olympian. 54578. 
On a sleeper. 54221 . 
Onoto Watanna. Heart of Hyacinth. 

54025. 
Orvis (W. H.) Photograpbs: 55405. 
Osborne (W. H.) Three swindlers. 

54026. 
Osborne co. Few miniatures. 53833. 
Ottmann (J. ) litho. co. Fine arts: 55681. 
Onting pub. co. Outing. 54586. 
Outlook co. Outlook. 54587. 
Packard (W.) Young ice whalers. 

54028. 
Page (L. C.) & co. Hopkins (W. J.) 

Sandman. 53907. 
Palmer (H. C.) Hand-bk. 54029. 
Paragon mo. Paragon mo. 54591. 
Parker (W. C.) All a mistake. 54202. 
Parshall (J. C.) Hist, of the Parshall 

family. 54030. 
Pattee ( F. L. ) Hist, of Amer. lit. 54031. 
Patten (J. ) Plan for increasing humidity 

of arid region. 54032. 



Patterson (A.J. | Spinner family. 54034. 
Patton (J. Mel.) Anaesthesia. 54035. 

Pa\nc | P. ) Mills of num. 54036. 
Peaceful villa. 54222. 
Pearson pub. co. Pearsons mag. 54592. 
Pease (M. A.) Art of home candy-mak- 
ing. 54l):b. 
Pease and Smith. Pease (M. A.) Artof 

home candy making. 54037. 
Pemberton (M.) Masque of white rose. 

54216. 
Penn pub. co. Alger (H.), jr. Forging 

ahead. 53703. 
Penna. state college. 54038. 
Perkins ( J. L. ) & co. Hotsolder. 54491. 
Pettengill (L. ) Toilers of the home. 

54039. 
Phelan (A. B.) Photographs: 55407. 
Phelps pub. co. 

Farm &home, eastern edition. 54458. 
Good housekeeping. 54479. 
Philadelphia com. museum. Foreign 

com. guide. 53837. 
Phin (J. ) Self education. 54637. 
Pictorial rev. co. Pictorial rev. 54597. 
Place (A. R. ) Penn. justices law rep. 

54594. 
Polla (W.C.)co. Musical comp.: 54910. 
Pollard (C. L.) Plant world. 54599. 
Poore (H. R. ) Fine arts: 55682. 
Presser (T. ) Musical comp.: 54911. 
Price list. 54042. 

Prices real estate trust stocks. 54043. 
Progressiye med. 54046. 
Pun book. See Carey (T. J.) 53790. 
Punch (P.) Musicai comp. : 54934. 
Purdy (J. E.) 

Engravings, etc. : 55127. 
Photographs: 55409. 
Purtet (F. ) & co. Photographs: 55415. 
Providence litho. co. Fine arts: 55683. 
Queen commands. 54223. 
Rand, McNally & co. United States. 

54299. 
Rathom (J. R.) 

From bonnie Scotland. 53844. 
Irishman of Chicago. 54925. 
Lithuanians. 53960. 
Our German fellow citizens. 54027. 
Rau (W. H.) Photographs: 55416. 
Ravmond ( F. E. ) Prog, studies. 54047. 
Read(0.) Clubwoman. 54206. 
Red book corporation. Red book. 54606. 
Red bk. of statistics. 54055. 
Reicheit (P.) Photographs: 55464. 
' Reiley ( W. S. ) Photographs: 55469. 
Bernhardt (J. H.) Cal. 53787. 
Reinlein (F. ) Use of gasoline. 5405(5. 
Reitemeyer ( A. F. ) Wand's city of Bay- 

onne direct. 54166. 
Remick & Schilling. Amer. negligence 

repts. 54341. 
Remnitz ( V. Y. ) Frivolous polly. 54058. 
j Revell (F. H. ) Co. 

Sangster (M. E.) Eleanor Lee. 
54071. 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Re veil (F. H.) co.— Continued. 

Sparhawk (F. C.) Honor Dalton. 

54103. 
Spofford (H. E. P.) That Bettv. 

54109. 
Steward (J. Fletcher). Lost Mara- 
mech. 54112. 
Reyes (P. V.) Photographs: 55470. 
Ridenour (C. H.) U. S. navy & marine 

corps direct, 54659. 
Rider & driver pub. co. Rider & driver. 

54608. 
Ridge (P. J.) Ridge's great west, acad- 
emy. 54062. 
Ridgway-Thaver co. Evervbodvs mag. 

54454. 
Ripley (F. H. ) Tapper (T.) Harmonic 

third reader. 54063. 
Robbins (A. L. ) Martin co. Price list. 

54042. 
Roberts (E. ) Disconsolate monarch. 

54208. 
Roberts (G. I.) & bro. Engineers' list. 

54451. 
Robertsen (H. E. ) Engravings, etc.: 

55128. 
Roe (A. P. ) Roe (E. P. ) From jest to 

earnest. 54064. 
Roe ( E. P. ) From jest to earnest. 54064. 
Rogers bros. music pub. co. Musical 

comp : 54935. 
Rohlfing sons music co. Musical comp.: 

54939. 
Romans (W. P.) Photographs: 55471. 
Rombach & Groene. Photographs: 55473. 
Rovey (R. di). Peaceful villa. 54222. 
Rowsev (A. C.) I will repay. 54065. 
RoyaUT. M.) Photographs: 55475. 
Royal pattern co. Costume royal. 54437. 
Russell (R. H.) 

Cain (X. ) Fairies' circus. 53786. 
Gottschalck (O. H. von). Innocent 
industries. 53886. 
St. Paul foundry co. Palmer (H. C.) 

Handbook. 54029. 
Samuels (M. V. ) Memory. 54217. 
Sanborn map co. 

Arkansas City, Ark. 54232. 
Central Village, Conn. 54234. 
Chetopa, Ivans. 54235. 
Danielson, Conn. 54238. 
Dead wood, S. Dak. 54239. 
Demopolis, Ala. 54240. 
Denver, Colo. 54241. 
Dickson City, Pa. 54242. 
Eutaw, Ala.' 54244. 
Forest City, Pa. 54245. 
Greensboro, Ala. 54247. 
Hallowell, Me. 54249. 
Hartsville, Tenn. 54250. 
Jermyn, Pa. 54252. 
Lake Providence, La. 54253. 
Lenapah, Ind. T. 54254. 
Xewton, X. J. 54257. 
X. Vassalboro, Me. 54260. 
Nowata, Ind. T. 54261. 



Sanborn map co. — Continued. 
Oakland, Me. 54262. 
Olvphant, Pa. 54263. 
Oologah, Ind. T. 54264. 
Pawtuxet Vallev, R. I. 54269. 
Perry. Okla. 54271. 
Raleigh, X. C. 5427o.__ 
Santa Paula, Cal. 54277. 
Scottsville, Ky. 54278. 
Skowhegan, Me. 54279. 
Springfield, Tenn. 54283. 
Talala, Ind. T. 542S4. 
White Haven, Pa. 54301. 
Wilson, X. Y. 54302. 
Sanderson (J. G. ) Everv seven vrs. 

54070. 
Sangster (M. E. M.) Eleanor Lee. 54071. 
Saunders (W. B. ) & co. 

Hirst (B.C.) Textbk. 53903. 
Keen (W. AY.) Amer. text bk. of 
surgery. 53936. 
Sauveur (A.) and Whiting (J.) Howe 

(H. M.) Iron. 53910. 
Schaefer(J. ) Christliche mutter. 54407. 
Schaper (A.) Stdhr(R) Text bk. of 

histology. 54116. 
Schermerhorn (J. E. ) My automobile 

routes. 54073. 
Schirmer (G.) Musical comp.: 54941. 
Schluter (R. V.) Chromos and lithos. : 

55147. 
Schmidt (A. P.) Musical comp. : 54943. 
Schneider (H. ) Musical comp.: 54945. 
Scholz (A.) Musical comp.: 54946. 
Schweppe (Ida). Boabdil. 54203. 
Science press. Pop. science mo. 54603. 
Scott, Foresman & co. 

Becker (H. K.) Elem. of Ger. 

53756. 
Mvers ( G. W. ) Rational gram, school 
arith. 54004. 
Scribner (C. ) sons. 

Bradv (C. T. ) Doctor of philosophy. 
53774. 

In the war with Mexico. 53775. 

Fox (J.), jr. Little shepherd of 

Kingdom come. 53839. 
Hentv (G. A.) Through three cam- 
paigns. 53896. 
With the allies to Pekin. 53897. 



Lodge (H. 

rev. 53964. 
Scribner' s mag. 54636. 
Slosson (A. T.) Fishin' 

54093. 
Stoddard (C. A 
the Caribbees. 
Sea bur v (J. B. ) 
Sedgwick (H. D 
Sergeant Kitty. 
Shackleton (J.) 

54083. 
Shambaugh (G. E.) 

blood-vessels. 54084. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. 
54947. 



C.) Story of the 



Jimmy. 

) Cruising among 
54114. 
Porto Rico. 54075. 
), jr. Essavs. 54078. 
54224. 
System in poultry prac. 

Distribution of 

Musical com]). : 



INDEX TO NO. 640 



XI 



Bheahen (J. II. i Fine arts: 55696. 
Bheldon (C. M.) Narrow gate. 54085. 
Bhepard (F. S.) Musical comp.: 54948. 
Sheridan l W. V.) Sunday-night service. 

54092. 
short story pub. co. Black cat. 54370. 
Biegel'B (C. F. W.) musikalienhandlung. 

Musical comp. : 54952. 
silver, Burdett & co. 

Pattee (F. L. i Hist, of Amer. lit. 

■mo;; i. 
Seabury (J. B.) Porto Rico. 54075. 
Singley (B. L.) Photographs: 55488. 
Siren. 54225. 

Skoog i A. L. i Musical comp.: 54962. 
8 sson (A. T.) Fishin' Jimmy. 54093. 
Slothower (E. G.) Musical comp.: 

54968. 
Smith (A.M.) Bryologist. 54389. 
Smith (G.) Stories. 54094. 
Smith (G. T. ) Buster Brown. 54204. 
Smith (W. F. ) Engravings, etc. : 55129. 
Smith (W. R.) South Carolina. 54095. 
Smokers mag. co. Smokers mag. 54639. 
Smvth (W. S. ) Kansas City jeweler. 

54529. 
Social circle in Concord. Centenary. 

54096. 
Sonnichsen (A. ) Chief disgraces. 54099. 
So Relle (R. P.) Words. " 54101. 
Southgate press. Distinctive ptg. 53817. 
Souvenir views. 54102. 
Spansenbercr (C. F. ) Musical comp.: 

54964. 
Sparha\vk(F. C.) Honor Dalton. 54103. 
Spaulding (G. L. ) Musical comp. : 54965. 
Spears (J. R. ) 

Anthony Wayne. 54104. 
Hist, of the Miss, valley. 54105. 
Spectator co. Fire ins. laws. 54106. 
Spofford(H. E. P.) That Betty. 54109. 
Sprague (W. ) Musical comp. :' 54966. 
Stacy (C. E. ) Photographs: 55515. 
Staley (J. J.) Engravings, etc.: 55130. 
Stalnaker (B. E. ) Minister of Gotham. 

54218. 
Standard paint co. Exchange. 54455. 
Standard pub. co. 

Junior Bible quar. 54527. 
Standard Bible lesson quar. 54641. 
Standard intermediate quar. 54642. 
Standard primary teachers quar. 

54643. 

Standard teachers quar. 54644. 

Timely suggestion. 54649. 

Standish(B.H.) Lady of Mexico. 54213. 

Stanton (J. J.) Milk reporter. 54562. 

Stearns ( F. P. ) Xapoleon & Machiavelli. 

54110. | 
Stecher litho. co. Chromos and lithos. : 

55148. 
Steinberg (H.) Engravings, etc. : 55131. 
Steinberger (S. C. ) Christian endeavor 

quar. 54401. 
Stephenson (X.) Eleanor Dayton. 

54111. 

7730—03 7 



comp. : 

54112. 
Hero- 



Stern (J. YV. ! & co. Musical 

54967. 
Steward (J. F.) Lost Maramech. 
Stewart (F. R. ) & Folletl (F. G.) 

ine in rags. 54212. 
Stoddard [C. A.) Cruising. 54114. 
Stoddard (W. O.) Spy of Yorktown. 

54115. 

Stoffreiden (Oscar). Constable Point to 

Bergen Point. 5423/. 
Stohr(P.) Text-bk. 541 Hi. 
Stokes (F. A.) co. Bannerman (H.) 

Story of little Black Quibba. 53720. 
Stone (H. S.) House beautiful. 54492. 
Stout (E.) Xorthfield bank robbery. 

54220. 
Stratemeyer (E. ) 

At the fall of Montreal. 541 1 7. 
Bound to be an electrician. 54118. 
Fighting for his own. 54119. 
Shorthand Tom. 54120. 
Young auctioneer. 54121. 
Street & Smith. 

Brave & bold. 53776. 
Buffalo Bill. 53780. 
Diamond Dick. 53815. 
New Nick Carter. 54007. 
Old Broadbrim. 54021. 
Stringer (A. J. A.) Silver poppy. 54122. 
Strobridge litho. co. Chromos and lithos. : 

55161. 
Strom. 54226. 

Stuyvesant co. Town & country. 54650. 
Success co. Success. 54645. 
Sullivan (J. B.) Book of the month. 

54373. 
Swanzv (H. ~R.) Handbk. 
Sweetser (K. D.) Micky 

54125. 
Taber (I.) Adam and Eve. 54126. 
Taggart(M.A.) At Aunt Anna's. 54128. 
Taylor (J. F.) & co. 

Jackson (G. E.) Big Jack. 53927. 

Little comrade. 53928. 

Taylor (J. R.) Overture. 54130. 
Technical press of Amer. Automobile 

rev. 54355. 
Telephone mag. pub. co. 

mag. 54646. 
Tengwall rile & ledger co. 

timesavers. 54131. 
Tennessee. Gen. assembly. 

laws. 54132. 
Tennyson (A. T.) Gareth & Lvnette. 

541*33. 
Terrence. 54227. 

Terry- Ackley co. Fine arts: 55697. 
Thies(G.) 'Musical comp.: 54968. 
Thomas (J. P.) Mal-assimilation. 54134. 
Thompson (W. C. ) On the road with a 

circus. 54141. 
Thorp (W.) 

Kingdon (J. R.) Colonial failures. 

53943. 
World's last. 54142. 
Th\ving(E.) Red-Keggers. 54143. 



54123. 
of the alley. 



Telephone 

Tengwall 

Rev. road 



XII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



"Tokalon." 5422S. 
Tomlinson (E. T.) 

Winner. 54150. 

With flintlock & fife. 54151. 

Topping (C. H. ) Brief of Phi Delta Phi. 

54378. 
Torehiana (W. G.) Boyd's direct, of 

Salem. 53772. 
Torrey ( B. ) Clerk of the woods. 541 53. 
Totten (C. A. L. ) Our race news leaflet. 

54585. 
Tousev(F.) Frank Reade. 53840. 
Liberty bo vs. 53957. 
Pluck & luck. 54040. 
Secret service. 54076. 
Wild west. 54187. 
Work & win. 51196. 
Town topics pub. co. Town topics. 

54654. 
Townsend (C. E.) Photographs: 55517. 
Tracy (J. C.) Notes. 54154. 
Trade news pub. co. Hub. 54493. 
Trask (A.) Notes. 54160. 
Treat (E. B.) & co. Intern, med. mag. 

54505. 
Trustees Presb. b'd of pub. & S. S. work. 

Forward. 54469. 
Tyler (J. G. ) Fine arts: 55698. 
Underwood cv Underwood. Photographs: 

55518. 
United pub. corporation. Musical comp. : 

54975. 
U. S. litho. co. Chromos and lithos. 
55175. 

For Photographs see 55576. 
U. S. playing card co. Entertaining 

with cards. 4th ed. 54162. 
University of Chicago. 

Capps ( E.) Introduction of coined v. 

53789. 
Dewev (J. ) Studies in logical the- 
ory.' 5381 4. 
Mitchell (W. C.) Hist, of the 

greenbacks. 53993. 
Shambaugh (G. E.) Distribution of 
blood vessels. 54084. 
University pub. co. Hill (R. T. ) Geog. 

of Texas. 53902. 
Vandersloot music co. Musical comp.: 

54979. 
Verrill (A. H. ) Photographs: 55582. 
Vim pub. co. Vim. 54660. 
Viskniskki (G. T.) Truly celestial. 

54163. 
Vogue co. Vogue. 54661. 
Waide (ML) Treatise. 54164. 
Wai t ( W. ) & Wait (I. V. A. ) Wait (W. ) 

Practice at law in equity. 54165. 
Walker (Geo. H. ) & co. Middlsex Fells. 
54256. 

For Chromos and lithos. see 55189. 
Walker-Ellerson pub. co. Le Cato 

(N. J. W.) Curse of caste. 53950. 
Wand's city of Bayonne direct. 54166. 



Ward (A.) Fame. 54457. 
Warner (E. B. ) 

Clayton (T. G.) Slickest of all de- 
tectives. 53797. 
Kingston (J.) Where. 53944. 
Warren (W. M.) Medicine. 54557. 
Warwick (W. G. ) Photographs: 55583. 
Wasserman (M. ) Photographs: 55585. 
Watrous (G. A.) Elizabethan drama- 
tists. 54167. 
Webster (W. F.) El em. composition. 

54170. 
Wedding book. 54171. 
Weekes & co. Musical comp. : 55023. 
Weinberger (J.) Musical comp.: 55024. 
Welcker (H.) Musical comp. : 55025. 
Wells (E. H.) N. Y. r'y law. 54172. 
Werner (W.) 

Athletic Miss Green. 53,17. 
Elopement. 53831. 
Prison chaplain. 54045. 
Westinghouse companies' publishing de- 
partment. Pittsburgh and its environs. 
54272. 
Wetmore (C. H. ) In a Brazilian jungle. 

54173. 
What accountancy teaches. 54174. 
What's the matter with Susan. 54229. 
Wheeler (G. I).) Homes of our ances- 
tors. 54 1 76. 
Whitaker & Ray co. Browne (F. J.) 

Graded mental arith. 53778. 
Whitcomb (M. ) Suggestions. 54178. 
White (F. B. ) co* Agricultural adv. 

54312. 
White (F. L. ) Rigger's crow and It. 

54179. 
White-Smith music pub. co. Musical 

comp. : 55026. 
Whiting (R. R. ) Photographs: 55586. 
Whiting bros. Photographs: 55589. 
Whitnev (R. M.) Engravings, etc.: 

55132: 
Whitney- Warner pub. co. Musical 

comp.: 55027. 
Whitlock (Laura L. ), for Los Angeles 

railway co. Los Angeles. 54255. 
Whitlock (W. F.) Story. 54181. 
Whitson (J. H.) With Fremont. 54182. 
Widows. See Willmarth (C. D. ) 54192. 
Wiggin (K. D. S.) Half-a-dozen house- 
keepers. 54184. 
Wilde (W. A.) co. 

Blanchard (A. E.) Gentle pioneer. 

53768. 
Deland (E. D.) Three girls of Ha- 

zelmere. 53811. 
Kaler (J. O.) With Rodgers on the 

President. 53934. 
Tomlinson (E. T. ) With flintlock 

and fife. 54151. 
Wetmore (C. H.) In a Brazilian 
jungle. 54173. 



INDEX TO NO. 640 



XI I r 



Wilde (W. A.) co. — Continued. 

Whitson i.T. II. I With Fremont the 

pathfinder. 
Wood (C. 8. 

54194. 
Williams (H. R.) 
54189. 



54182 

Sword of Wayne. 

Decision in paradise. 



Williams (J.) Photographs: 55590. 
Williams (J.), ltd. Musical conip. : 

55030. 
Williams' Dayton direct. 54190. 
Williams direct, co. Davton direct. 

54190. 
Willis | F. M. ) City of Is. 54191. 
Wilmarth (C. D. I Widows. 54192. 
"Windsor music co. Engravings, etc.: 

55133. 
Witmark (M. ) & sons. Musical comp. : 

55032. 
Wizard of Oz. 54230. 
Wolff ( L. ) £ co. Engravings, etc. : 55134. 
Wood (C. S.) Sword of Wayne. 54194. 



Wood (W.) & co. 

Cabot l K. C. I Physical diagnosis. 

5: m.s.-,. 

Med. record. 54553. 

Woodward (M.C.S. ) Darkness & .lawn. 

54195. 
Woolhouse (C.) Musical comp.: 55038. 
Woolverton (A. B.) Musical comp.: 

Word & works pub. co. Word A: works. 

54684. 
Wright (G.) Art of caricature. 54198. 
Wright (W. C. | 

Gain & loss exhibit sheets. 53845. 
Life ins. gain & loss. 54199. 
Wyllie i W. A.) Musical comp.: 55040. 
Yates (C.L.) Nat. nurseryman. 54568. 
Young (E. E.) Algonquin Indian tales. 

54201. 
Zimmermann (J. H.) Musical comp. : 

55041. 
Zobel i^E. H.) Musical comp.: 55042. 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



EX TEE ED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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Fourth Quarter, 1908 

Whole no. 041— October 15, 1903 



CONTENTS 



Volume 34 Page 

Books 157 

Dramatic Compositions 177 

m aps and charts 178 

Volume 35 

Periodicals 179 

Volume 36 

Musical Compositions 193 



Volume 37 

Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 
Chromos and Lithographs — 

Photographs 

Fine Arts 

Index to No. fi-U. 



Page 
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. 218 
. 221 



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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1903 



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Volume 34 

Books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodical contributions 

Dramatic compositions 

Maps and charts 
Volume 35 

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Volume 36 

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Photographs 

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BOOKS; DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

CHARTS 



MAPS AND 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

Including books and pamphlets; leaflets, etc.; and periodical contributions; arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. Class A, XXc, no. 
68953, Sept. 23, 1903: 2 copies received Sept. 23, 1903." 



Abbott (Vera). Matrimonial mistakes 

of a young couple. How often during; 

the first days. 55699 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68953, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Nagging mistress. 55700 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69341, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

There was a general scramble. 55701 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68897, Sept, 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

[Acker, Herman Joseph] A catalogue 
of Catholic literature, no. 1 . . . Pub- 
lished under the auspices of the Knights 
of Columbus of Buffalo. Buffalo, 
N. Y., Catholic union and times press, 
1903. 23 cm. 

3—16415 55702 

Contents. — no. 1. Fiction (English, German, 
French), Catholic magazines, novels by non- 
Catholic authors, with special reference to 
the Buffalo Catholic institute and Buffalo 
public library. 

Canisius college, Buffalo, N. Y. A 
62850, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Advisory rates for Avoca, Iowa . . . Rev. 

29 pp. 16°. 55703 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.' 

A 67382; Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31,1903. 

Jesup, Iowa. Rev. 14 pp. 16°. 

55704 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 67383, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Missouri Valley, Iowa. Rey. 33 

pp. 16°. 55705 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 67384^ Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Alexander (J. D.) A treatise on stocks 

and bonds. 38 pp. 24°. 55706 

J. D. Alexander, Fremont, Ohio. A 

61251, June 6, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 



55707 

Washington, 
28, 1903; 2 c. 



America in Norway. 

Frank G. Carpenter, 
D. C. A 69314, Sept. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

American hot soda apparatus. 72 pp. 
12°. 55708 

Advertising department of the Ameri- 
can soda fountain company, Boston, 
Mass. A 6728^ 
Aug. 22, 1903. 



Aug. 22, 1903; 



The American Jewish year book, 5664, 
September 22, 1903, to September 9, 
1904; ed. by Cyrus Adler. Phila- 
delphia, The Jewish publication society 
of America, 1903. 19 cm. 5570*9 

Jewish publication society of Ameri- 
ca, Philadelphia, Pa. A 67035, Aug. 
26, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Ascage (a sage) improved methods of 
selling soaps, sheet 23 by 12 inches. 

55710 
Geo. A. Schmidt, Chicago, 111. A 
69357, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Atlantic coast Portland cement company. 

23 pp. 8°. 55711 

Richard Irving, New York, N. Y. A 

67163, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Attack on the " Cracker line." 55712 

G. L. Kilmer, United States. A 

69186, Sept, 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Aulde (John). Therapeutic guide in 

physiological cell medication. 14 pp. 

32°. 55713 

J. Aulde, Kennett Square, Pa. A 

66728, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Autumn catalogue. 1903. 64 pp. 8°. 

55714 
Peter Henderson & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67052, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 26, 1903. 



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1059 



1060 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Baldwin, R. Mae. History of Nebraska 
Epworth assembly; its origin and 
growth . . . [Cincinnati, Western 
Methodist book concern, 1903] 55 p. 
inch front., ports. 15^- cm. 55715 

R. M. Baldwin, Palmyra, Nebr. A 
65080, July 13, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1903. 

Bangs (J. K.) The genial idiot; on 

British hotels. 55716 

John Russell Davidson, New York, 

N. Y. A 69045, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 

Banks and trust companies of New York, 
Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti- 
more and leading cities of Xew Jersey. 
Statement, pp. 32. 12°. 557i7 

American reserve fund, New York, 
N. Y. A 67230, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1903-. 

Barnett svstem of merchandising. 13 

pp. 24°*. 55718 

Horatio Barnett, Malvern, Ark. A 

62874, June 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Barrett, Albert R. Modern banking- 
methods and practical bank bookkeep- 
ing . . . illustrated with over two hun- 
dred forms of bank books, records and 
blanks. Xew York, The Bankers 
publishing CO., 1903. 2 p. 1., 325 p. 
forms. 26- •> cm. 

3—23081 55719 

Bankers publishing company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 67840, Sept. 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Barss, John Edmund. Writing Latin; 
book two — third or fourth year work. 
Xew York, Boston [etc.] University 
publishing company, 1903. 19 cm. 
(Gildersleeve-Lodue Latin series) 

55720 
Universitv publishing company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 68597, Sept. 18', 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Bat (Bull). Slick slam* slung. 32 pp. 
48°. 55721 

Jos. Jonas, Xew York, X. Y. A 67043, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Beale (Charles Currier) . Early American 
shorthand writers. In Phonographic 
magazine, Sept., 1903. 55722 

Charles Currier Beale, Boston, Mass. 
A 69137, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1903. 

Beery (P. B.), camp. Portland cement 
sidewalk constructions. 24 pp. 16°. 

55723 
Win. Seafert, Chicago, Til. A 55716, 
Mar. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



Bell ( J. J. ) Mrs. McLerie and the craft. 
7 pp. 16°. 55724 

J. J. Bell, London, England. A 
66828, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Bible. English. The Holy Bible, con- 
taining the Old and Xew Testaments, 
tr. out of the original tongues; and with 
the former translations diligently com- 
pared and revised. The text con- 
formable to that of the edition of 1611, 
commonly known 'as the authorized or 
King James' version. Marginal ref- 
erences. [Self - pronouncing ed.] 
Philadelphia, A. J. Holman & co. 
[1903] [1232] p. col. front., illus., 
plates (partly col.) maps. 32i cm. 
3—21019 55725 

Twentieth century ed. 
A. J. Holman & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 58510, Apr. 13, 1903; 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Bible. N. T. English. The worker's 
New Testament. Self - pronouncing 
vest-pocket ed. Authorized, or King 
James version, with Scripture ref- 
erences to be used in meeting all 
kinds of religious difficulties; hints and 
helps to the study of the Xew Testa- 
ment, bv Rev. William Evans . . . 
Chicago/ 111., J. S. Ziegler & co., 1903. 

1 p. 1., 334 p. 14} x 7 cm. 
3—22544 55726 

Dwight B. McCurdy, Chicago, 111. 
A 62402, June 22, 1903; *2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

i Bible study union Blakeslee graded les- 
sons, young peoples course, junior 
grade, with written answer questions, 
vol. 13. no. 4. 4th quarter, lessons 
40-52. pp. 129-170. 16°. 55727 

Bible study publishing company, 

Boston, Mass.' A 64803, July 25, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Bible study union lessons. Xew Testa- 
ment stories. Child's monthly, v. 
13, no. 10. Lessons 40-43. pp. 157-172. 
24°. 55728 

Bible study publishing co., Boston, 
Mass. A 67104, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 

Xew Testament stories. Primary 

monthly, v. 13, no. 10. Lessons 40- 
43. pp. 237-260. 24°. 55729 

Bible study publishing company, 

Boston, Mass.' A 67105, Aug. 26, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

! Bierce (Ambrose). A spread of quick- 
lunch wisdom for busy readers. 55730 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
68955; Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 



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BOOKS 



1061 



Bierce ( Ambrose) — Continued. 

Highest and rarest. 55731 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 



69116, Sept. 25, 1903; 



Sept. 25, 1903. 



Bishop, Henry G[old] The practical 
printer: a book of instruction for be- 
ginners; a book of reference tor the 
more advanced. . . . 4th ed. . . . 
Oneonta, N. Y., H. G. Bishop [1903] 
6 p. L, 170 p. front, (port.) illus. 17.}- 
cm. 55732 

H. G. Bishop, Oneonta, N. Y. A 
68042. Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Bismarckian socialism-tuberculosis. 

55733 

Clarence S. Darrow, Chicago, 111. A 

60310. Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Blossoming of memory. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 21, 1903. ' 55734 

A 68468, 
1903. 



W. Werner, Chicago, 111. 



Sept. 16, 1903; 



Sept. 



Boelsche(AVilhelm) 
in the sea. 



Our ancestors lived 
55735 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69135, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 



Book of American hot soda supplies. 96 

pp. 12°. 55738 

American soda fountain co., Boston, 

Mass. A 67596, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

3, 1903. 

Bothered by rats, In American magazine 

supplement. New York American and 

journal, Sept. 27, 1903. 55737 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 

69347, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

The Bottle, sheet, 17 by 25 inches. 

55738 

J. W. Tamblvn. Alexandria. Va. A 

66751, Aug. 20/1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Brake (A) paradox; increases utility, de- 

55739 



creases expense, unp. 24°. 
National brake company, 
N. Y. A 64553, July 21, 1903; 
13, 1903. 



Buffalo, 
2c. Aug. 



-liton, Leonard G[aston] God'ewill 
and my life . . . Chicago, London 
[etc.] F. II. Revel] company [19031 

30 p. 16 x 9. 1 , cm. 

3—2173,7 55742 

Fleming 11. Revell company, Chicago, 
111. A 66769, Aug. 21. 1993; 2 c. Sept. 
3. 1903. 

Brown, Alice. Judgment, a novel; illus- 
trated by W. T. Smedley. New 

and London, Harper & brothers, 1903. 
3 p. 1., 194, [1] p. front., 5 pi. 19.', cm. 
3—23049 55743 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. A 
64299, July 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Brown, Lelah Harrison. "The mistle- 
toe" . . . [St. Louis, E. E. Carre- 
rao, printer] 1903. 32 p. 20 cm. 

55744 

L. H. Brown, St. Louis, Mo. A 

68064, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10,1903. 



Brown (William Perry 
name of Smidt 



Brewers hand book. 1903. 252 pp. 

16°. 55740 

H. S. Eich & co., Chicago, 111. A 

66814, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

Brooks boat manufacturing company, 
Bay City, Mich. Brooks' system; in- 
structions no. 5. sheet, 23 bv IS inches. 

55741 

Brooks boat manufacturing com pan v, 

Bay City, Mich. A 69166; Sept. 26, 



Of the sur- 
55745 

Dailv storv publishing companv. Chi- 
cago, 111. A 69318. Sept. 28. 1903: 2c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Browning, Robert. Pompilia, with an 

introduction bv Arthur Symons. 
Portland, Me., T. B. Mosher, 1903. 
xxvii, [1], 69, [1] p.. 1 1. 18 x 10 cm. 
{Half-title: Old world scries.) 
3—22528 55746 

Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, Me. 
A 66719, Aug. 20, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1903. 

Bruce (Alec). Between two stools. 

55747 

T. C. McClure. New York. N. Y. A 

69209, Sept. 26. 1903: 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Buffalo forge companv. Illustrated cata- 
logue of "Buffalo mechanical draft ap- 
paratus; induced and forced applica- 
tions of mechanical draft to central 
power stations in street railways, elec- 
tric light, steamship plants and indus- 
trial works, with illustrations of suitable 
fan types. Buffalo, N. Y. [etc.] 
Buffalo forse companv [1903] 1 p. 1., 
[7]-123, [l]p. front., illus. 19^x23^ 
cm. 
3—23071 55748 

Buffalo forge company, Buffalo, X. Y. 

A 68446, Sept. 16, 190:5: 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Building contractors. Examination ques- 



lst ed. 277a. 



1903: 



»ept. 26, 1903. 



••OP- 
55749 



tions for diploma 

12°. 

International text-book company 
Scranton, Pa. A 67574, Sept 
2 c. Sept. 3. 1903. 



L90: 



159 



1062 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Building of a fortune, imp. 24°. 55750 
Peoples banking & trust company, 
Coshocton, Ohio. A 67388, Aug. 31, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Bulletin no. 4341, Sept., 1903. 55751 

General electric co., Schenectady, 
N. Y. A 68891, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 22, 1903. 

Burdick, Annie M. Scoyia; the true 
story of a cat told by himself . . . fully 
illustrated by W. * C. Cooke. New 
York, Broadway publishing company, 
1903. 4 p. 1., 76 p. front., illus., 3 pi. 
23 cm. 

3—22112 55752 

A. M. Burdick, Clarks Falls, Conn. 
A 68580, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1903. 

[Burke, Mrs. Bridget Ellen] The Mc- 
Bride complete geography, by a mem- 
ber of the National geographic society. 
New York, Chicago, D. H. Mc Bride & 
company [1903] 3 p. 1., 9-277 p. incl. 
illus., maps. 27 cm. 
3—20602 55753 

D. H. McBride & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 67156. Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1903. 

Burland (Harris). Unspeakable (The) 

thing. 55754 

H. Burland, London, England. A 

69128, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Byron, [George Gordon Noel] Byron, 6th 

. Poems of sentiment. New 

York and Boston. H. M. Caldwell co. 
[1903] Ip. 1., 125 p. front. 14 cm. 
3—20485 55755 

H. M. Caldwell co., Boston, Mass. 
A 66988, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1903. 

Canfield ( H. S. ) Out of the night wreck. 

55756 
Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, III. A 69316. Sept. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Carey, Rosa Nouchette. A passage peril- 
ous . . . Philadelphia, J. B. Lip- 
pincott company, 1903. 366 p. 19icm. 
3—23056 5~5757 

J. B. Lippincott company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa, A 68342, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1903. 

Carque (Otto). The nutritive and thera- 
peutic value of fruits and unfermented 
fruit juices. 13 pp. 16°. 55758 

O. Carque, Chicago, 111. A 65273, 
Aug. 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 



Carson, Luella Clay. English composi- 
tion; compilation of standard rules and 
usage. Rev. ed. Portland, Or., The 
J. K. Gill co., 1903. viii, 80 p., 1 1. 
16 cm. 
3—17922 55759 

J. K. Gill company. Portland, Oreg. 
A 66517, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. July 29, 1903. 



W 



55760 



Catalog no. 11. 159 pp. 

T. Buettner & co., Chicago, 111. A 
64639, July 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Central New York telephone and tele- 
graph co. Telephone directory. Aug. 
15, 1903. Northern New York edition, 
imp. 12°. 55761 

Central New York telephone & tele- 
graph co., Syracuse, N. Y. A 67590, 
Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 



Chamberlain (Percy) 
bottom. 



A woman at the 
55762 



Dailv storv publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 69321, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 



Chemists' handbook. 



48°. 55763 



imp. 

'Western chemical manufacturing co., 
Denver, Colo. A 66775, Aug. 21, 1903: 
2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 



Circular no. 

8°. 



1068. Aug. 



1903. 15 pp. 
55764 



"Westing-house electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 67372, 
Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Clayton (Thomas G.) Some new anec- 
dotes of Carnegie. 55765 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69204, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Cleveland steel joist, wall and timber 

hangers. 38 pp. 12°. 55766 

Columbian hardware company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. A 65006, Julv 28, 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

Colorado decisions . . . Annotated, v. 
4 . . . J. W.Mills, editor. Denver, 
Col., The Mills publishing co., 1903. 
23£ cm. 55767 

Mills publishing company, Denver, 
Colo. A 67153, Aug. ~ } ~ 
27, 1903. 



Julv, 1903. 



pp. 25- 
55768 



Communications- 
34. 16°. 

Wahl-Henius institute of ferment- 
ology, Chicago, 111. A 65206, Julv 31, 
1903; 2 c. Julv 20, 1903. 



160 



V. 34, No. 41 



BOOKS 



L068 



Concord, N. IT. City history commis- 
sion. History of Concord, New Hamp- 
shire, from the original grant in seven- 
teen hundred and twenty-live to the 
opening of the twentieth century; pre- 
pared under the supervision of theCity 
history commission; James 0. Lyford, 
editor . . . [Concord, N. H.', The 
Rumford press, 1903] v. 1. fronts., 
illus. 28 cm. 

3—22838 55769 

The General narrative, v. 1, p. 65-612, is the 
work of Amos Hartley, with articles on spe- 
cial topics by various contributors. 

Concord historv commission, Con- 
cord, N. H. A 63267, Julv 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

v. 2. 55770 

History commission of Concord, N. H. 
A 61446, Julv 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903. 

Condon (Randall J.) Montana. Sup- 
plement to Frye's geography. Bos- 
ton and London, Ginn & company, 1903. 

* 55771 
Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. A 66687, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Cook, E[dward] T[yas] Introductions 
to the Library edition of the works of 
John Ruskin ... v. 4. New 

York, Longmans, Green, & co.; Lon- 
don, G. Allen, 1903. 24 cm. 55772 

C. J. Mills, New York, N. Y. A 
67251, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Cotes, Sara Jeannette (Duncan) "Mrs. 
Everard Cotes. ' ' The pool in the desert. 
New York, D. Appleton and company, 
1903. 1 p. 1., 318 p. 19 cm. 
3—23052 55773 

Contents.— The pool in the desert. — Amother 
in India.— An impossible ideal.— The hesita- 
tion of Miss Anderson. 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 68118, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1903. 

Cottolene primer, unp. 16°. 55774 

N. K. Fairbank company, Chicago, 

111. A 66837, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

26, 1903. 

Cotton spinning: instruction paper, pt. 3. 

pp. 126-162. " 12°. 55775 

American school of correspondence, 

Chicago, 111. A 64472, July 20, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Couch (A. T. Quilier-). Hettv Weslev. 

55776 

London, 
A 62155, June L2, 1903; 2 c. 
1903. 
— 3rd instal. 

A. T. Q. -Couch, London, 



2nd instal. 

A. T Q.-Couch, 



England. 
June 12, 

55777 
England. 



A 62156, June 12,1903; 2 c. June 12,1903. 



Conch (A. T. Quilier-)— Continued. 

4th instal. 55778 

A. T. Q.-Couch, London, England. 
A 62223, June 19,1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

5th instal. 55779 

A. T. Q.-Couch, London, England. 
A 62474, June 23, 1903; 2 c.June 23,1903. 

6th instal. 55780 

A. T. Q.-Couch, London, England. 
A 63321, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 6, Lid:;. 

7th instal. 55781 

A. T. Q.-Couch, London, England. 
A 64185, July 16,1903; 2 c. July 16, 1903. 

| 8th instal. 55782 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, England. A 
64722, July 24, 1903; 2 c. July 24, 1903. 

9 installment. 55783 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, England. A 
65929, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1903. 

10 install. 55784 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, England. A 
66213, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

11th instalment. 55785 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, England. A 
66761, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

12th installment. 55786 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, London. Eng- 
land. A 66984, Aug. 25. 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
25, 1903. 

Picture lessons in composition. 32 pp. 

12°. 55787 

J. M. Coughlin, TVilkesbarre, Pa. A 

66906, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Co vel manufacturing co. , CJt icago. Handy 
guide for filers, sawyers and millmen, 
by Co veil manufacturing co., Chicago 
... 3d ed. With general instructions 
for hammering saws, their care and 
usage. Chicago, Covell manufactur- 
ing co. [1903] 143, [1] p. illus., diagr. 
161 cm. 

3—11488 55788 

L. L. Filstrup, Chicago, 111. A 62579, 
June 24, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 25, 1903. 

Crockett (Samuel Rutherford). Cyrilla. 

55789 

S. K. Crockett, Great Britain. A 
68576, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

The good Samaritan, with an eye 

to business. 5 pp. 16°. 55790 

S. R. Crockett, Greal Britain. A 

67958, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 



161 



1064 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



The cyclopedic digest for Illinois . . . 
v. 5 . . . St. Paul, Minn., Keefe- 
Davidson co.; J. B. West, 1903. 26 
cm. 55791 

Keefe-Davidson company and John 
B. West. St. Paul, Minn. A 67381, Aug. 
31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Da Costa, John Chalmers. Modern sur- 
gery, general and operative . . . 4th 
ed., rewritten and enl. with 707 illus- 
trations, some of them in col ors. Phil- 
adelphia, New York, London, W. B. 
Saunders & company, 1903. 3 p. 1., 
11-1099 p. illus., 10 pi. (partly col.) 
25 cm. 

3—22554 55792 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 67347, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
15, 1903. 

Dean's interest and equation exponents. 

10th ed. imp. 4°. 55793 

Wm. L. Musick, St. Louis, Mo. A 

67344, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Denton, Clara J. Twinkling fingers and 
swaying figures . . . Chicago, T. S. 
Denison [1903] 117 p. illus. 18 cm. 

55794 

Thomas S. Denison, Chicago, 111. A 

67229, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Denver guide and street directory. 1903. 

unp. 24°. 55795 

Wm. Henry Lawrence, Denver, Colo. 

A 65179, July 17, 1903; 2 c. July 31, 

1903. 

Descriptive catalogue Maine seed pota- 
toes. 1904. unp. 24° 55796 
Carter & Corev, Presque Isle, Me. A 
68065, Sept. 10, i903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Detroit citv directory . . . 1903 . . . [v. 

41] Detroit, R. L. Polk & co., 1903. 

fold. map. 24 cm. 55797 

R.' L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 

66532, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Dewdrop, Dora, pseud. Christian science 
poems and others . . . Denver, Col., 
Western newspaper union, 1903. 60 
p. 17J cm. 55798 

Western newspaper union, Denver, 
Colo. A 67228, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 

Dewey's welcome home. unp. 12°. 

55799 
Beatrice Duff Gordon Davis, New 
York, N. Y. 1899, 63160, Sept. 29; 2 
c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Dickie birds, no. 2533. 55800 

Raphael Tuck & sons co., ltd., Lon- 
don. A 61738, May 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
26, 1903. 



i Dillworth, Joseph D. ed. Assessed 
values of real estate in Boston, wards 
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: parts of wards 13, 
14, 17, 18, 19, 21, 1903 . . . Boston, 
Ellis and Dillworth, 1903. 24 cm. 

55801 

Ellis & Dillworth, Boston, Mass. A 

68602, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Directions for playing the Shakespeare 

game. 4 pp. 48°. 55802 

Parker brothers, Salem, Mass. A 

69259, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothv) . Help for the poor suitor. 

55803 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68954, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Jollies that we know; the doctor. 

55804 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69337, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

The scarcity of good wives. 55805 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69381, Sept, 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Valuable tips from the world's liter- 
ature. 55806 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69342, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

What man demands of woman. 

55807 

W. R. Hearst, Sew York, N. Y. A 

68894, Sept, 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 22, 1903. 

Dodge (A. R. ) Advantages for steam 

turbines for textile mills. 55808 

A. R. Dodge, Schenectady, N. Y. A 

69324, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Dolly dear. 2531. unp. 12°. 55809 
Raphael Tuck & sons co., ltd., Lon- 
don. A 61736, Mav 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
26, 1903. 

Dolman (Wm. H. ) Marine gold depos- 
its of the Sacramento vallev. 26 pp. 
48°. 55810 

W. H. Dolman, St. Helen, Oreg. A 
67186, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. July 20, 1903. 

Don't, Epitome series, vol. 4. 8 pp. 

32°. 55811 

Epitome publishing co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. A 66707, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. 

Aug. 24, 1903. 

Doyle (A. Conan) . The adventure of the 

empty house. In Collier's weeklv, 

Sept/26, 1903. 558i2 

A. Conan Doyle, England. A 68727, 

Sept. 21, 1903; *2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 



162 



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BOOKS 



1065 



Duncan, Norman. The way of the sea 

. . . frontispiece by Howard Pyle. 

New York, McClure, Phillips & co., 

L903. ix, 332 p. front. 20 cm. 

3—23055 55813 

Contents.— The chase of the tide. — The 

strength of men.— The raging of the sea.— 

The breath of the North.— Concerning Billy 

Luff and Master Goodchild. — The love of the 

maid.— The healer from Far-Away Cove. — In 

the fear of the Lord.— A beat V harbour.— 

The fruits of Toil. 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68805, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1903. 

Dunlap, John R[obertson] Jeffersonian 
democracy, which means the democ- 
racy of Thomas Jefferson, Andrew 
Jackson and Abraham Lincoln . . . 
Xew York, The Jeffersonian society 
[1903] 3 p. 1., viii, 479 p. front, (port.") 
24 cm. 

3—23079 55814 

J. R. Dunlap, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67374, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1903. 

Dving (The) gambler, imp. 24°. 

55815 
Isaac R. Haun, Gip, Okla. A 66895, 
Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Edgar, J[ames] Clifton. The practice 
of obstetrics, designed for the use of 
students and practitioners of medicine 
. . . with 1221 illustrations, many of 
which are printed in colors. Phila- 
delphia, P. Blakiston's son & co., 1903. 
xvi p., 11., 17-1111 p. illus. (partly 
col.) col. plates. 27 cm. 
3—22846 55816 

P. Blakiston's son & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 62180, June 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

Edwards (Jeannette Llewellyn). A girl 

and the devil. 55817 

J. L. Edwards, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68585, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Eisendrath, Daniel X[athan] A text- 
book of clinical anatomy for students 
and practitioners . . . Philadelphia, 
Xew York, London, W. B. Saunders 
& company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 5-515 p. inch 
illus., plates (partly col.) 25 cm. 
3—22553 55818 

W. B. Saunders & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 67348, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
15, 1903. 

Elementary course in art instruction. 
4th to 8th year. 20 pp. 16°. 

55819-55823 
Prang educational co., Boston, Mass. 
A 66787-66791, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. each 
Aug. 21, 1903. 



Elliott (J. Wilkinson). Kail planting. 

52 pp. 8°. 55824 

.1. W. Elliott, Pittsburg, Pa. A 

67256, Aug. 29, L903; 2 c Aug. 29. L903. 

| Emperor William's new arm. In Amer- 
ican magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, Sept. 27, I'M):!. 

55825 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
69350, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, L903. 

The encyclopedia americana . . . editor- 
in-chief: Frederick Converse Beach 
i ... v. 5. Xew York, Chicago, 
The Americana company [1903] 27 
cm. 55826 

Frederick Converse Beach, United 
States. A 68684, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Encyclopaedia of pleading and practice. 
Supplement ... v. 1. Northport, 
X. Y., E. Thompson company, 1903. 
25 cm. ' 55827 

Edward Thompson company, North- 
port, X. Y. A 68534, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 22. 1903. 

English branches. Lesson 1. 10 pp. 

12°. 55828 

Xew century correspondence schools, 

Wilkesbarre, " Pa. A 67058, Aug. 26. 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Facts of interest to buyers of colored taf- 
fetas, unp. 12°. " 55829 

John "Watson Carv, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 67446, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Farmer (Michael). My Jersey Ann. 
Sheet, 10 by 6 inches. * * 55830 

Michael Farmer, Xew York, X. Y. A 
67667, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Fashion catalogue, fall and winter, 1903-4. 
no. 105. 100 pp. 12°. 55831 

Stern brothers, Xew York, N. Y. A 
68360, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

! The Federal reporter, v. 122 . . . Per- 
manent ed. June-July, 1903 . . . 
St. Paul, West publishing co., 1903. 
23 cm. (National reporter system. 
United States series) 55832 

West publishing co., St. Paul, Minn. 
A 66529, Aug. 17,1903; 2c. Sept. 8, L903. 

Ferrofix and its uses. [12 pp.] 8°. 

55833 
American brazing co., Jersey City, X. 
J. A 66856, Aug. 22, L903; 2 c. Aug. 
24, 1903. 



163 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Fiero, J[ames] Newton. The law and 
practice in actions for torts in the state 
of New York . . . Albany, N. Y., 
M. Bender, 1903. xviii, 893 p. 24 cm. 
3—22576 55834 

Contents. — pt. 1. Principles of liability.— pt. 
2. Injuries to the person. 

Matthew bender, Albany, N. Y. A 
66731, Aug. 20, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Fighting on the outposts. 55835 

G. L. Kilmer, United States. A 

69188, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

The financial year book of Connecticut. 
1903 ... * New Haven, Hartford 
[etc.] The Record publishing co. 
[1903] 23 cm. 55836 

Record publishing company, New 
Haven, Conn. A 66802. Aim-. 21, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Fornshell, Marvin E. The historical and 
illustrated Ohio penitentiary; a com- 
plete work on the big prison — all de- 
partments, the manufacturing indus- 
tries, escapes, famous prisoners, execu- 
tions by hanging and electrocution, 
punishments, rules, etc., fully de- 
scribed . . . 1903-1904. [Columbus? 
O.,1903] 2 p. 1., 160 p. illus. 23 cm. 
3—22909 55837 

M. E. Fornshell, Columbus, Ohio. 
A 67214, Aim-. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1903. 

Four simple little exercises. In Ameri- 
can magazine supplement, New A T ork 
American and journal, Sept. 27, 1903. 

55838 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69352, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Frink of Boston; his book. 19 pp. 16°. 

55839 
H. H. Frink, Boston, Mass. A 66749, 
Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Gas goods, pipe line and oil refinery sup- 
plies. Section B. 2ded. 92 pp". 8°. 

55840 
Oil well supply company, Pittsburg, 
Pa. A 67203, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
10, 1903. 

Gogin, Oliver Woodruff. The country 
jake; or, Recollections of a city boy 
who " lived, moved and had his being" 
with the Suckers in the backwoods of 
Illinois in the '40's. New York, 
London [etc.] Broadway publishing 
company [1903] vii, 129 p. front, 
(port.) " 20£ cm. 

3—21290 55841 

O. W. Gogin, Mt. Healthy, Ohio. A 

6^oSi, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 



Gourley (Nathanael T. ) Baby bve. 

* 55842 

Nathanael T. Gourlev, Morristown, 
Tenn. A 69039, Sept." 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

If we are only true. 55843 

Nathanael T. Gourlev, Morristown, 
Tenn. A 69038, Sept. * 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

You turned me out in the cold. 

55844 
Nathanael T. Gourlev, Morristown, 
Tenn. A 69040, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 24, 1903. 

Grand premium list of good literature for 

1903-1904. 20 pp. Fol. 55845 

F. M. Lupton, New York, N. Y. A 

60473, May 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Great Western improvement company. 
Folder, 16°. 55846 

Great western improvement com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. A 69058, 
Sept, 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Greater New Britain. Prospectus of Sey- 
mour park. unp. 24°. 55847 
L. J. Coburn land & lumber com- 
pany, New Britain, Conn. A 67500, 
Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Hall, Ruth. The Pine Grove house. 
Boston and New York, Houghton, 
Mifflin and company, 1903. viiip., 1 
1., 290 p., 1 1. 19£ cm. 
3—23051 55848 

R, Hall, Catskill, N. Y. A 68001, 
Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Harris (Kennett). A flowered nettle. 

55849 
Daily storv publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. " A 69320, Sept. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Harvest time and some of its lessons. 

55850 
J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 69114, 
Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Haviland (Frank W. ) Administration. 

Sheet, 13 by 9 inches. 55851 

Frank W. Haviland, New York, N. A'. 

A 68875, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 

1903. 

Henry (Lawrence). Her old friend 

Gladys. 55852 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. A 69319, Sept. 28, 1903; 

2 c, Sept. 28, 1903. 

Hines ( William Walker ) . Squeezing the 

short interest. 55853 

William Walker Llines, New A^ork, 



N. Y. A 69213, 
Sept, 26, 1903. 



Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. 



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Hinrichsen (William II.) The widow 

and the maid. 55854 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. " A 69317, Sept. 28, L903; 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Holt, Emily. Encyclopaedia of house- 
hold economy . . . New York, 
McClure, Phillips & co., 1908. 5 p. 1., 
381 p. 11 pi. 21 cm. 
3—23072 55855 
McClure, Phillips & co.. New York, 
N. Y. A 68363, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1903. 

How electrieitv cures. 45 pp. 16°. 

55856 

Andrew Chrystal, Marshall, Mich. 

A 62330, June 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

How to be happy though henpecked. In 

American magazine supplement, New 

York American and journal. Sept. 27, 

1903. 55857 

W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 

69354, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

How to give an afternoon tea with one 
servant. In American magazine supple- 
ment, New York American and jour- 
nal. Sept. 27, 1903. 55858 
W. R. Hearst, Yew York, N. Y. A 

69355, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept.28, 1903. 

How to secure pupils. 4 pp. 8°. 55859 
American school & college agency, 
Chicago, 111. A 62419, June 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Howard (Harris). Enquiries in science. 

44 pp. 16°. 55860 

H. Howard, Old Orchard, Me. A 

48804, Dec. 22, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Howe (Julia Ward). Shall American 

girls thoughtlessly alienate themselves 

for a title. 55861 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68898, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Hunkey, John. A plea for Christian 
unity and a book for everybody. By 
John Hunkey, who was once regarded 
as a "practical" Catholic, but who is 
no longer a Roman Catholic at heart 
and in mind . . . Atchison, Kan., 
1903. xxxv, 695 p. illus. 22* cm. 
3—22944 55862 

J. Hunkev, Atchison, Kans. A 
65331, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Hyde, Caroline Eliza. With the birds, 
an affectionate study; preface by Mary 
Elizabeth Hyde. Yew York, Lon- 
don [etc.] Broad wav publishing com- 
pany [1903] vi, 7-31 p. front, (port. ) 
20 cm. 
3—21595 55863 I 

C. E. Hvde, Oxford, N. Y. A 68579, 
Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

16 



Illustrated catalogue and price list. 20th 

ed. 40° pp. L2°. 55864 

Dr. Jaeger's sanitary woolen system 

co., New York, X. Y. A 67181, An-'. 

25. L903; 2 c. An- 28, 1903. 

Indian Territory information, 1903. L9 

PP- 12°. 55865 

Harrv L. Mertel, Coalgate, Ind. T. 

A 67595, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, L903. 

Industrial protection. 44 pp. 12°. 

55866 

Rudolph Wm. Lotz, Chicago, 111. A 

66660, Aug. 14, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Information, to aid in enrolling students. 

147 pp. 32°. 55867 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 67226, Aug. 28, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Iowa. Supreme covet. Reports of cases 
at law and in equity . . . May 14, 1902- 
October 24, 1902, by Benj. I. Salinger, 
v. 28, being v. 117 of the series. Des 
Moines, la., G. H. Ragsdale, 1903. 23£ 
cm. 55868 

W. B. Martin, Sec'y of State for the 
State of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa. A 
68600, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17,1903. 

Irvine (Stella Blanchard). Supplemen- 
tal temperance lessons; primary depart- 
ment. 8 pp. 24°. 55869 
S. B. Irvine, Riverside, Cal . A 64215, 
July 16, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

junior grade. 8 pp. 24°. 

55870 
S. B. Irvine, Riverside, Cal. A 64216, 
July 16, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

senior grade. 8 pp. 24°. 

55871 
S. B. Irvine, Riverside. Cal. A 64218, 
July 16, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

James (Henry). The ambassadors. In 

North American review. 55872 

Harper & brothers, Yew York, N. Y. 

A 48531, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. in parts, 

from Dec. 31, 1902, to Sept. 24, 1903. 

Jeffries, M[iliard] D[udley] A primary 
catechism on the Bible . . . Nash- 
ville, Tenn., Sunday school board. 
Southern Baptist convention [1903] 
76 p. 15 cm. 55873 

Sunday school board, Southern Bap- 
tist convention, Nashville, Teun. A 

66807, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21,1903. 

Ouestions on the Bible for little 

' folks . . . Nashville, Tenn., Sun- 
day school board, Southern Baptist 
convention [1903] 40 p. 14 cm. 

55874 
Sunday school board, Southern Bap- 
tist convention, Nashville. Tenn. A 

66808, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Jeweler's journal guide to Chicago. 1903. 
96 pp. 32°. 55875 

Charles K. Huguet, Chicago, 111. A 
66735, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. I 

Jones (Archer G.) Confidence, imp. 
24°. 55876 

A. G. Jones, Richmond, Va. A 
66935. Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. I 

Kimball (G. H.) The tie problem. 10 I 
pp. 12°. 55877 

Western society of engineers, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 67294, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

King Edward's part in forming a new 
cabinet. In Xew York times, Sept. 27, 
1903. 55878 ! 

Xew York times co. , Xew York, X. Y. j 
A 69345, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28. j 
1903. 

Klink's street directory mileage distance 
fire alarm. Ill pp. * 24°. ' 55879 

Win. T. Klink, Syracuse, X. Y. A ! 
67329, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. | 

Knowlton, John K[imball] ivnowiton's \ 
framing & estimate book . . . [Chelms- : 
ford? Mass.] 1903. 75 p. illus. 16* ! 
cm. 

3—22919 55880 

J. K. Knowlton. Chelmsford, Mass. 
A 64359, July 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, ; 
1903. 

Knox, George William. The direct and 
fundamental proofs of the Christian 
religion; an essay in comparative 
apologetics based upon the Nathaniel i 
William Taylor lectures for 1903 given 
before the Divinity school of Yale uni- 
versity . . . Xew York, C. Serib- 
ner's sons, 1903. viii p., 1 1., 196 p. 
19 J cm. 
3-32943 55881 

Charles Scribner's sons, Xew York, I 
X. Y. A 68442, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. ! 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Konsky, H. von. Yaleska. Roman aus j 
dem leben im westtexanischen hinter- ! 
lande .'. . San Francisco, 1903. j 

217 p. 19 cm. 
3—22822 > 55882 

California demokrat publishing com- j 
panv, San Francisco, Cal. A 63572, ! 
July 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Koudelka. Joseph M[aria] Der katho- 
lisehe Christ in seinen In'iuslichen und i 
offentlichen andachten. Gebet- und | 
gesangbuch fur die erwachsenen der ; 
St. Michael's gemeinde . . . [Cleve- 
land, O., Printed by J. B. Savage, 1903] 
574 p. front., plates. 13 cm. 
3—22946 55883 

J. M. Koudelka. Cleveland, Ohio. 
A 67271 Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. I 



Koudelka, Joseph M[aria] — Continued. 

Der kleine katholische Christ. 

Gebet- und gesangbuch fur die katho- 
lische schuljugend der St. Michael's 
gemeinde . . . [Cleveland. O., 

Printed by J. B. Savage, 1903] 528 p. 
front., plates. 13 cm. 
3—22945 55884 

J. M. Koudelka, United States. A 
67041, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Kurrie, H[arry] R[ushworth] A digest 
of the cases involving claims for loss of 
or damage to baggage, live stock or 
other freight, decided by the Supreme 
and Appellate courts of Indiana, before 
July 1. 1903. [Chicago, Barnard & 
Miller print, 1903] 72^p. 20 cm. 
3—20412 55885 

H. R. Kurrie, Rensselaer, Ind. A 
66747, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Larclner, Lena Bogardus. "This spray 
of western pine" [poems] ... Xew 
York. Broadway publishing company, 
1903. 4 p. l.,46p. front., 12 pi. 20 
cm. 

3—21004 55886 

L. B. Lardner, Xiles, Mich. A 68582, 
Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Laundry chat. unp. 24°. 55887 

Willard B. Bottome, Xew Y'ork, 
X. Y. A 63073, July 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug'. 
15, 1903. 

Law I Lovic Pierce). The price he paid. 
12 pp. 32°. 55888 

L. P. Law, Xeosho, Mo. A 67187. 
Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Leaflet (A) on the corporation laws of the 
District of Columbia, imp. 12°. 

55889 
Columbia copyright & patent corn- 
pan v, Washington, D. C. A 63584, 
July 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Letters from a Chinese official; being an 
eastern view of western civilization. 
Xew York, McClure, Phillips & co., 
1903. xiv, 75 p. 18 cm. 
3—23083 55890 

McClure, Phillips & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 68339, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1903. 

Lewis (C. B. ) Mr. Bowser's diary by 

M. Quad. 55891 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn. X. Y. A 

69214, Sept. 26, 1903; 2c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Private Hogan, coward. 55892 

T. C. McClure. Xew York. X. Y. 
A69208, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26,1903. 



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Lewis, Percival. Notes on the properties 
of matter and heat . . . Berkeley, 
Cal., 1903. 3 p. 1., 95 p. 23^ em. 
3—22825 55893 

P. Lewis, Berkeley, Cal. A 66< 
Aug. IS, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Lewis (William Draper). Cases on spe- j 

eiric performance. 1st issue. 145 pp. 

8°. 55894 

W. P. Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa. A 

66531, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Limerick (Victor). Tale of my friend 
the confidence man, by Billy Bur- 
gundy. * 55895 
Steve W. Floyd. New York. N. Y. 
A 69378. Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c.Sept. 29, 1903. 

Little (Philip). What's in a name. 

55896 
Philip Little, Salem, Mass. A 67836, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. in parts from Sept. 8. 
1903, to Sept. 26, 1903. 



Little kittens, no. 2532. unp. 12°. 

55897 
Eaphael Tuck ev: sons co., ltd.. Lon- 
don. A 61737, May 23, 1903; 2 c. Ang. 
26, 1903. 



Logan ( Mrs. John A. ) 
marriage failures. 



Chief causes of 
55898 

W. R. Hearst, New York. X. Y. A 
69340, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Domestic side of official army life. 

55899 

AY. B. Hearst, Xey>- York. X. Y. A 

69219, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Future of the Xegro in the United 

States. 55900 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

69118, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Has the American woman been oyer 

indulged. 55901 

AY. P. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y\ A 

68895, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Patriotic education. 55902 

AY. E. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y r . A ! 
6S956, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Woman in the case. 55903 

AY. E. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
68958, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. i 

London news. In New Y'ork times, Sat- | 
urday review, Sept. 26, 1903. 55904 
Xe\y Y'ork times company, New York, 
N. Y. A 69223, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Look, Henry M. Masonic trials. A 
treatise upon the law and practice of 
masonic trials in the lodge, chapter and 
commanderv, with forms and prece- 

16 



Look, Henry M. — Continued. 
dents . . . New York. Macoy pub- 
lishing and masonic supply CO., L902 

1 p. 1., [5]-347 p. l«>> cm. 
3-23 55905 

Macoy publishing & masonic supply 

company. New York, N. Y. A 45889, 
Nov. 12. 1902; 1 c. Dec. 15, L902; 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1903. 
Lynch (George). American's corre- 
spondent starts for the frontier where 
war is expected. 55906 

W. E. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. A 
69221, Sept. 26. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

MeAlpine (J. D. ) Index and abstract; 

master car builder's rules and decisions. 

15 pp. 24°. 55907 

J. D. MeAlpine, Cleyeland, Ohio. 

A 67353, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31,1903. 

The McBride elementary geography. 
Xew York, Chicago, D. H. McBride & 
company [1903] 153 p. inch front., 
illus., maps. 27 cm. 
3—20601 55908 

By Mrs. Bridget Ellen Burke and others. 

D. H. McBride, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66930, Aug. 24,1903; 2 c. Aug. 24,1903. 

McCluskey's musings, Sept. 27, 1903. 

55909 
Boston herald company, Boston. 
Mass. A 69200, Sept. 26, 1903: 2 c. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 
McKissick, John Layvrence Duncan. 
Punctuation simplified; a correct, short, 
easy method — by analysis. Denver, 
Col., A. L. Guilmette & co. [°1902] 25 
p. 15 x 15 cm. 

3—18646 55910 

J. L. D. McKissick. Denyer, Colo. 

A 39899, Aug. 7, 1902; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1903. 

MacLane, Mary. My friend Annabel 
Lee. Chicago, H.'S. Stone and com- 
pany, 1903. 4 p. 1., 262 p., 1 1. front, 
(port.) 19* cm. 

3—20895 55911 

Herbert S. Stone & co., Chicago, 11!. 

A 67151, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Macleod, Fiona. Deirdre and the sons of 

Usna. Portland, Me., T. B. Mosher, 

1903. xi, [1], 102, [2] p. 18x10 cm. 

(Half-title: Old world series) 

3—22504 55912 

Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, 

A66717, Aug. 20, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 
The divine adventure. Portland, 

Me., T. B. Mosher, 1903. vi, [1], 90. 

[2] p. 18 x 10 cm. [Half-title: Old 

-vyorld series) 

3—22503 55913 

Thomas B. Mosher. Portland, Me. 

A66718, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, L903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Maeterlinck, Maurice. Monna Vanna; a 
play in three acts, tr. by Alexis Irenee 
Du Pont Coleman. New York and 
London, Harper & brothers, 1903. 3 p. 
1., 143. [1] p. front, (port.) 20* cm. 
3—22530 55914 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 
A 64720, July 18, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

The man in the street, In New York 
times, magazine supplement, Sept. 27, 
1903. 55915 

New York times company, New York, 
N. Y. A 69222, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 28, 1903. 

Mauley (Morris). If I could only have 

my way. Sheet, 6 by 5 inches. 55916 

Morris Manley, New York, N. Y. 

A 69266, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1903. 

Marchmont, Arthur W [illiams] By snare 
of love . . . New York, F. A. Stokes 
company, 1903. 1 p. 1., [v]-vi, 375 d. 
21 J cm. 

3—20590 55917 

A. W. Marchmont, Hove, England. 

A 67490, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Marshall, William C[rosby] Descriptive 
geometry for the use of students in en- 
gineering at the Sheffield scientific 
school of Yale university . . . New 
Haven, Conn., 1903. 27*, [4] p. diagrs. 
26 cm. 55918 

TV. C. Marshall, New Haven, Conn. 
A 67345, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903. 

Maryland. Court of appeals. Reports of 
cases . . . J. S. Stockett, state reporter. 
v. 75 . . . Rev. and annotated by 
W. H. Perkins, jr. . . . Baltimore, 

M. Curlander, 1903. 23J cm. 55919 
M. Curlander, Baltimore, Md. A 
66536, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

Massachusetts. General court. Laws of 
Massachusetts relating to listing, regis- 
tration, primaries, nominations, con- 
ventions and elections in Boston. Acts 
of 1903. Comp. by Richard L. Gav 
[Boston? 1903] 45 p. 15 cm, 
3—21308 55920 

Richard L. Gav, Boston, Mass. A 
66743, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Mead, Edwin D[oak] The principles of 
the founders; oration before the city 
government and citizens of Boston at 
Faneuil Hall, July 4, 1903. Boston, 
American Unitarian association, 1903. 
73 p. 20J cm. 

3—22892 55921 

American Unitarian association, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 67298, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 



Meyer (H. R.) Government ownership 

of railways. 13. Australia, 55922 

H. R. Meyer, Cambridge, Mass. A 

69169, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Missouri — Supreme court. Reports of 
cases determined . . . between Decem- 
ber 16, 1902, and February 18, 1903. 
P. S. Rader, reporter, v. 171. Co- 
lumbia, Mo., E. W. Stephens, 1903. 
23 J cm. 55923 

E. W. Stephens, Columbia, Mo. A 
65479, Aug. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Moody, T [nomas] L[ipscomb] Pregun- 
tas y respuestas biblicas para los ninos, 
. . . con una introduceion por Juan J. 
Tigert . . . Nashville, Tenn., Casa 
editorial de la Iglesia metodista episco- 
pal del Sur, a cargo de los agentes, 
Bigham y Smith, 1903. 109 p. inch 
front., illus., 1 pi. 2H cm. 
3—21025 55924 

Book agents of the M. E. church 
south, Nashville, Tenn. A 64917, July 
27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Morant (Holland). Nursing the babies 

of the zoo. 55925 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

69211, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 26, 1903. 
Morgan, G[eorge] Campbell. " But one 

thing;" baccalaureate address delivered 
at Northtield seminary June 1 7, 1903. 
East Northtield, Mass.,' The Bookstore, 
1903. 21 p. 23 cm. 
3—20214 55926 

I. H. Hull, East Northfield. Mass. 
A 66809, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 
Morrison, Frederick Stillman. Greek 
lessons for beginners, by Frederick 
Stillman Morrison . . . and Thomas 
Dwight Goodell . . . New York, D. 
Appleton and company, 1903. xiv, 304 
p. front., illus., map. 20cm. (Twen- 
tieth century text-books [Classical sec- 
tion]) 
3—22093 55927 

D. Appleton & co., ^ew York, N. Y. 

A 67268, Aug.29, 1903; 2 c. Sept.10,1903. 

Morton ( Katherine) . The Beautv quest, 

55928 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

66948, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Flowers and fruit. 55929 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

69212, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 
Mosher, J [esse] Montgomery. Scheme 

for the differential testing of nerves 
and muscles, for use in diagnosis . . . 
Albany, N. Y., Brandow printing com- 
pany, 1903. 58 p. illus., 6 pi., diagrs., 
fold, chart. 24^ cm. 
3—23069 55930 

J. M. Mosher, Albany, N. Y. A 
43527, Oct. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



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The most famous pictures in the world 
. . . Section 9-10 . . . New York, 
F. A. Stokes company, 1903. 2 pts. 
illus. 38 cm. 55931-55932 

Frederick A. Stokes company, New 
York, X. Y. A 66634-66635, Aim-. 18, 
100:5; 2 c. each Aug. 18, 1903. 

Murray (W. H. H.) How parents can 
educate their daughters to become 
physical and intellectual types of per- 
fect American girlhood. 55933 
AY. H. H. Murray, New York, N. Y. 
A 69121 . Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Myers. Philip Van Ness. Mediaeval and 
modern history, pt. 2. The modern 
age . . . Boston and London, Ginn 
& company, 1903. 19 cm. 55934 

P. Van X. Myers, College, Hill, Ohio. 
A 49987, Jan. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

National burial association of the United 
States of America. 8 pp. 24°. 55935 
William Anthony Christian, Hanni- 
bal, Mo. A 47561/ Dec. 6, 1902, 2 c. 
Aug. 17, 1903. 

The Nanmkeag directory for Salem, Bev- 
erly. Danvers, Marblehead, Peabody, 
Essex and Manchester . . . no. 11, 
1903-1904. Salem, Mass. , The H. M. 
Meek publishing co., 1903. fold. map. 
24 cm. 55936 

Henrv M. Meek publishing company, 
Salem, "Mass. A 67096, Aug. 22, 190*3; 
2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Ne\y Bedford and Fairhaven (Massachu- 
setts) directory . . . no. 36. [1903] 
Boston, VV. A.'Greenough & co., 1903. 
fold. map. 24 £ cm. 55937 

W. A. Greenough & co., Boston, 
Mass. A 67100, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

New Britain directory, 1903 . . . [v. 26] 
New Britain, Conn., The Price & Lee 
co., 1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 55938 
Price & Lee company, New Haven, 
Conn. A 67296, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

New England telephone & telegraph co. 
list of subscribers Sept. 1, 1903. South 
central section. 206 pp. 12°. 55939 
New England telephone & telegraph 
company, Boston, Mass. A 67430, Sept. 
1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

A new light. 32 pp. 24°. 55940 

Helgert curatiye foot gear institution, 
New York, N. Y. A 67745, Sept. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

New Sweden. 55941 

Frank G. Carpenter, Washington, 
D. C. A 69313, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 



New things strange and curious. /// 

X. Y. herald, June 28, L903. 55942 

New York herald co., Jersey City, 

X.J. A 62693, June 25, 1003; 2c. June 

29, 1903. 

Sept. 27, 100.°,. 55943 

New York herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. A 60115, Sept. 25, 1003; 2c. Sept. 
28, 1003. 

New York {Stat,) Courts of record. Offi- 
cial edition of law reports and session 
laws. no. 139. Aug. 20, 1903. 112 
pp. 12°. 55944 

James B. Lyon, Albany, X". Y. A 
67371, Aug. 31/1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Noble, Annette L[ucile] Under twelve 
flags, [stories] New York, American 
tract society [1903] 293 p. front,, 
plates. 19;y cm. 

3—23046 55945 

American tract society, New York, 
N. Y. A 63257, July 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
19, 1903. 

Noble frescoes of the Sistine chapel in 
Rome cracking and crumbling. /// 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Sept. 27, 
1903. 55946 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69346, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

North central section, list of subscribers, 
Sept. 15, 1903. 80 pp. 12°. 55947 

New England telephone & telegraph 
company, Boston, Mass. A 68122, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

The northeastern reporter, v. 67 . . . 
Permanent ed. May 22-August 7, 1903 
. . . St, Paul, West publishing co., 
1903. 26i cm. ( National reporter sys- 
tem. — State series) 55948 

West publishing: company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 67376, "Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

The northwestern reporter, v. 95 . . . 
Permanent ed. June 23- August 4, 1903 
... St. Paul, 'West publishing co., 
1903. 26i cm. ( National reporter sys- 
tem.— State series) 55949 

West publishing; company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 67377, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

Norton, Charles Eliot, ed. The heart of 
oak books . . . Seventh book. Key. 
ed. . . . Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 
1903. front., plates. 19£ cm. 55950 

C. E. Norton, Cambridge, Mas-. A 
66744, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 






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Norwalk directory, 1903 [v. 13] . . . 
2s ew Haven, Conn., Bridgeport, Conn., 
The Price & Lee co., 1903. fold. map. 
21 cm. 55951 

Price & Lee company, New Haven, 
Conn. A 67297, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 26, 1903. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer no. 509. 55952 

German press and plate co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 69307, Sept, 28, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

On London 'change, Sept, 26, 1903. In 

New York times, Sept. 27, 1903. 55953 

New York times, New York, N. Y. 

A 69341, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1903. 

On the President's tour. In Dailv news, 
Chicago, June 29, 1903. * 55954 

AY. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61716, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

The order of home guardians, Mitchell, 
S. I). Bv-laws . . . [Mitchell, S. D.] 
1903. 56 p. 15* cm. 55955 

Order of home guardians, Mitchell, 
S. Dak. A 66991, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 25, 1903. 

O'Reilly, Eliza Boyle. My candles, and 
other poems. Boston, Lee and Shep- 
ard, 1903. 1 p. L, 122 p. 20 cm. 
3—22893 55958 

Lee and Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 
62005, June 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Orvis (O. D.) The improved steam gen- 
erator, imp. 12°. 55957 
O. D. Orvis, New York, N. Y. A 
67218, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Osborne (Wm. H.) Jasper of the un- 
dertow. 55958 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. 
A 69206, Sept, 26. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26. 
1903. 

Murdstone master of men. 55959 

A 69185, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 26, 
1903. 

The Osborne company. Annual cata- 
logue [of art calendars] 1904. New 
York, The Osborne company, 1903. 
illus. (partly col. ) 41cm. ' 55960 
Osborne company, New York, N. Y. 
A 66537, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1903. 

Outline for the four years' course, unp. 

16°. 55961 

National educational union, Chicago, 

111. A 62840, June 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

17, 1903. 



Oxford (John Barton). Party of the 
second part. 55962 

T. C. McClure, New Y 7 ork, N. Y. 
A 69207, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1903. 

The Pacific reporter, v. 72 . . . Perma- 
nent ed. May 4-August 3, 1903 . . . 
St. Paul, West publishing co., 1903. 
26* cm. (National reporter system. — 
State series) 55963 

AVest publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 66931, Aug. 24,* 1903; 1 c. 
Sept. 11, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Patterson (F. B.) The mvsterious por-' 
trait, unp. 48°. 55964 

Paul Jones & co., Louisville, Kv. 
A 60380, May 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903. 

The Pawtucket and Central Falls, Rhode 
Island, directory, 1903 . . . no. 35. 
Providence, Boston, Sampson & Mur- 
dock co., 1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 

55965 
Sampson & Murdock companv, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 67101, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c.J 
Aug. 26, 1903. 

Peek, Comer L[eonard] Lorna Carswell;j 
a story of the South; fully illustrated 
by S. Mary Norton, foreword by May 
S. Gilpatric. New York, Broadway 
publishing companv, 1903. 3 p. 1., viii, 
333 p. front, (port. ) 7 pi. 20 cm. 
3—21728 55966 

C. L. Peek, Starke, Fla. A 68586, Sept. 
17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Peloubet, F[rancis] N[athan] Select 
notes. A commentary on the interna- 
tional lessons for 1904 . . . by Rev. 
F. N. Peloubet, D. D., and M. A. Pel 
loubet, 30th annual volume. Bos-' 
ton, Chicago, AV. A. AYilde companv 
[1903] front., illus., plates. 23 cm. 

55961 
F. N. Peloubet, Auburndale, Mass. 
A 61522, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903. 

Penn, AA T illiam. Some fruits of solitude. 
New York and Boston, H. M. Cald- 
well co. [1903] 261 p. front, (port.) 
14 cm. 

3—20370 55968 

Introduction by Edmund Gosse. 

H. M. Caldwell company, Boston,] 
Mass. A 66987, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Aud 
25, 1903. 

Phillips (M. J. ) Plot for the storv. 

55969 

T. C. McClure, New Y^ork, N. Y. A 

69210, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903.; 



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L073 



Phillips (Ovin). Those goo goo eyes of 
my honev Lou. Sheet, 11 by 9 inches. 

55970 
Ovin Phillips, Wappingers Falls, 
X. Y. A 68234, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 

Plavful puppies, no. 2534. imp. 12°. 

55971 
Eaphael Tuck & sons co., ltd., Lon- 
don. A 61789, May 23, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
26, 1903. 
Plummer (J. C. ) Man proposes. 55972 
Daily storv publishing company, 
Chicago, 111/ A 69315, Sept. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 
Plunkett (William P.) My old Green 
Mountain home. Sheet, 8 by 5 inches. 

55973 

W. P. Plunkett, Athol, Mass. A 

68128, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 

Polk, R. L., & co. E. L. Polk & co.'s 

Baltimore city business directory, 1903- 

1904 ... * [Baltimore, R. L. Polk 

& co.] 1903. 25 cm. 55974 

R. L. Polk & co., Baltimore, Md. 

A 66534, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1903. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s Grand Rapids 

city directory, 1903 . . . [31st ed.] 
[Grand Rapids] The Grand Rapids di- 
rectory company, 1903. fold. map. 
24 cm. 55975 

Grand Rapids directory co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. A 67099, Aug. 26, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 
Pollock (Channing). For benefit of 
both. 55976 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69205, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 
Pompadour effect to take the place of the 
kangaroo figure. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal, Sept, 27, 1903. 55977 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69348, Sept, 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 
Prospectus of the Federated consumers 
and merchants of America, unp. 24°. 

55978 
Creed H. Hay den, Johnstown, Pa. 
A 67573, Sept. 3,^1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 
Pyle (Howard). The story of King Ar- 
thur and his knights. In St. Nicholas. 

55979 
H. Pyle, Wilmington, Del. A 44630, 
Oct. 21, 1902; 2 c. in parts, Oct. 21, 
1902, to Sept. 22, 1903. 
Questions used by the Iowa state board 
of medical examiners on all subjects re- 
quired of Osteopaths. 24 pp. 12°. 

55980 

Jennie May Smith, Atlantic, Iowa. 

A 64914, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1903. 

8321—03 2 1 



Ralston classic No. 2. Allowable break- 
fasts. 64 pp, 12°. 55981 
Ralston company, Washington, I). C. 
A 67005, Aug. 25, 1903; 2c. Sept. 10, L903. 

No. 3. Allowable dinners. 64 pp. 

L2°. 55982 

Ralston company, Washington, D. C. 

A 67006, Aug. 25, 1903; 2c. Sept, 10, 1903. 

No. 4. Allowable suppers. 64 pp. 

12°. 55983 

Ralston company, Washington, D. C. 

A 67007, Aug. 25, 1903; 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

No. 5. Perfect digestion. 64 pp. 

12°. 55984 

Ralston company, Washington, D. C. 

A 67008, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Rathbone, St. George . . . Kinkaid, 
from Peking . . . New York, Street 
& Smith, 1903. 1 p. 1., [5]-240 p. 18£ 
cm. (On cover: Dr. Jack series, no. 8) 

55985 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

66647, Aug. 18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 



Rathoni (John R. ) 
Chicago. 



Austrian people of 
55986 



J. R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 68946, 
Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Raying maniacs soothed and at last cured 
by music. In American magazine sup- 
plement, New York American and 



journal, Sept. 



1903. 



55987 



W. R. Hearst, New Y'ork, N. Y. A 
69353, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Read, Opie [P.] The Harkriders, a 
novel . . . Chicago, Laird & Lee 
[1903] 353 p. inch col. front, plates. 
20 cm. 

3—17532 55988 

William H. Lee, Chicago, 111. A 

60711, May 29, 1903; 2 c. July 18, 1903. 

Reason for wearing and fitting glasses to 

human eyes. 27 pp. 12° 55989 

L. A. Le Mieux, Seymour, Wis. A 

62872, June 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903. 

Redclale ( Frederic) . An heir to millions. 
In Lippincott's monthly magazine, 
Oct., 1903. 55990 

J. B. Lippincott company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 69093, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Reed, Myrtle. The shadow of victory: 
a romance of Fort Dearborn. New 
York and London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1903. ivp., 1 L, 413 p. front. 
20£ cm. 

3—20451 55991 

M. Reed, Chicago, 111. A 66926, 
Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 



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Reinlein (Fred). Use of the gasoline 
torch in fighting insects and fungi. 
5th supplement to 4 ed. unp. 16°. 

55992 

F. Reinlein, Mount Vernon, 111. A 

66535, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Rendering in pen and ink; instruction 

paper. 23 pp. 12°. 55993 

American school of correspondence, 

Chicago, 111. A 64474, July 20, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Report to the contract holders of the 
Amuv-Pa plantation by their commit- 
tee. 32 pp. 12°. 55994 
San Pedro rubber plantation co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. A 66916, Aug. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Retail advertising, pt. 1. Appendix. 

4 pp. 8°. 55995 

International textbook company. 

Scranton, Pa. A 68876, Sept. 22, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Instruction paper with examination 

question. 1st ed. part 7. 557 G. 
73 pp. 12°. 55996 

International textbook company 
Scranton, Pa. A 67581, Sept. 3, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

part 9. 557. I. 34 pp. 12°. 

55997 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 67582, Sept. 3, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Riley (James Whitcomb). The old man 
of the sea. In Collier's weekly, Sept. 
26, 1903. 55998 

James Whitcomb Rilev, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. A 68814, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

Root, Robert Kilburn. Classical mythol- 
ogy in Shakespeare . . . New York, 
H. Holt and company, 1903. 3 p. 1., 
134 p. 24^ cm. ( Yale studies in Eng- 
lish . . . xix ) 

3—22903 55999 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Yale University. 
R. K. Root, New Haven, Conn. A 
67274, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Ruddy, Mrs. Ella Giles. Club etiquette; 
a conversation between a club woman 
and a non-member who answer the 
calling question over the tea cups . . . 
with a club creed by Mrs. Robert J. 
Burdette . . . Los Angeles, Out 

west company, 1902. 64 p. 18 cm. 
3—23082 56000 

E. G. Ruddy, Los Angeles, Cal. A 
43286, Oct. 7, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 



Rules and directions for playing courtship. 

unp. 32°. 56001 

H. M. Sydenstricker, Corinth, Miss. 

A 67066, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903. 

Rules for playing fortune' s wheel. Sheet, 

12 by 17 inches. 56002 

Parker brothers, Salem, Mass. A 

69260, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Rules for playing the game of Sir Hinkle 

Funnyduster. 4 pp. 48°. 56003 

Parker brothers, Salem, Mass. A 

69258, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Rules for playing the game, stock ex- 
change. Sheet, 7 by 4 J inches. 56004 
Parker brothers, Salem, Mass. A 
69262, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Rushing forts with bayonets. 56005 

G. L. Kilmer, United States. A 

69187, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Sabin (Edwin L. ) A recall to honor. 

56006 
E. L. Sabin, United States. A 67305, 
Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Samuel (C. G.) The sinner's friend. 

56007 

C. G. Samuel, Calhoun, Tenn. A 

68583, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Sangster (Margaret E.) Evil miserly 

husbands do. 56008 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68957, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Good that rich men's daughters do. 

56009 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69117, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Schneider, Albert. Teachers' manual; 
a guide to the systematic use of the 
American bird and nature study chart 
. . . Chicago, J. C. Mountjoy, 1903. 

1 p. 1., 262 p. 20 cm. 

3—18254 56010 

John C. Mountjoy, Chicago, 111. A 

66801, June 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

Schrafft vending machine catalog. 46 

pp. 12°. 56011 

United States vending corporation, 

Boston, Mass. A 66624, Aug. 18, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

Schwartz (Henry). On the safe side, 
unp. 12°. 56012 

H. Schwartz, Denver, Colo. A 63365, 
July 6, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 



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1075 



Scollard, Clinton. Count Falcon of the 
Eyrie; a narrative wherein are set 
forth the adventures of Guido Orrabelli 
dei Falchi during; a certain autumn of 
his career . . . New York, J. Pott 
& company, 1903. 263 p. front. 20 
cm. 

3—23050 56013 

James Pott & co., New York, X. Y. 

A 63707, July 10,1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Seawell, Molly Elliot. The fortunes of 
Fifi . . . the illustrations by T. de 
Thulstrup. Indianapolis, The Bobbs- 
Merrill company [1903] 4 p. 1., 238, 
[1] p. col. front., col. plates. 19J cm. 
3—23048 56014 

Bobbs-Merrill company, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. A 59874, May 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 19, 1903. 

Secrets (The) of magnetic force, health 

& power. 30 pp. 12°. 56015 

Metropolitan institute of science. 

New York, N. Y. A 66633, Aug. 18, 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

Serviss (Garrett P.) An observatory on 

our loftiest mountain. 56016 

W. K. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

68893, Sept, 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Procession of the gods. 56017 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69382, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Something new in Saturn. 56018 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69336, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Shades and shadows; instruction paper. 

48 pp. 12°. 56019 

American school of correspondence, 

Chicago, 111. A 64473, Julv 20, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Shop rhymes, unp. 12°. 56020 

Eclipse electrotype and engraving 
company, Cleveland, Ohio. A 67975, 
Sept. 5,1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Short talks on riches for all ages. unp. 

24°. 56021 

State bank of West Union, West 

Union, Iowa. A 67233, Aug. 28, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Short talks on riches for all ages. unp. 

24°. 56022 

Third national bank, Mount Vernon, 

111. A 67387, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

31, 1903. 

Shute (Henry A.) A few real boys; the 

majesty of the law. * 56023 

Henry A. Shute, Exeter, N. H. A 

68628, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 



Silberrad, Una L[ucy] Priscilla's may- 
ing . . . New York, The Outlook 
company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 14 p. 2-1.1 cm. 

5~6024 

Outlook company, New York, N. Y. 

A 66605, Aug. 8, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Socialism in Germany. 56025 

Clarence S. Darrow, Chicago, III. A 

69308, Sept, 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Somerset (Lady Henry) . Only true way 

of doing good. 56026 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69136, Sept, 26,1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Shall Christian England and Amer- 
ica not heed this cry. 56027 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69356, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 29, 1903. 

Sonnichsen (A.) When Young fought 
in northern Luzon, by Antonio De Las 
Alas. 56028 

E. B. AYarner, Hackensack, N. J, 
A 69215, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1903. 

Sounds like a fairy tale, but it is true. 

8 pp. 32°. 56029 

Oaklev Selleck, New York, N. Y. 

A 67011," Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1903. 

The Southeastern reporter, v. 44 . . . 
Permanent ed. May 23-July 25, 1903. 
... St. Paul, West publishing co., 
1903. 26| cm. (National reporter 
system. —State series) 56030 

West publishing company, St, Paul, 
Minn. A 66528, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 28, 1903. 

Southern Massachusetts telephone com- 
pany. Sept. 15, 1903. List of sub- 
scribers. 96 pp. 12°. 56031 
New England telephone and tele- 
graph company, Boston, Mass. A 
67987, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Souvenir views of Flushing, unp. 48°. 

56032 
David Acker Stillwaggon, Flushing, 
N. Y. A 64526, June 20, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 2, 1903. 

Sparks' geometrical puzzles, problems 

and drawings, unp. 24°. 56033 

Fremont C. Sparks, Boone, Iowa. A 

62650, June 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. 

A standard dictionary of the English lan- 
guage. Supplement . . . New York 
and London, Funk & Wagnallsco., 1903. 
4 p. 1., 2103-2441 p. illus., plates 
(partly col.) 32 cm. 56034 

Funk & Wagnalls company, New 
York, N. Y. A 67247, Aug. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 



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Stanwood, Edward. American tariff con- 
troversies in the nineteenth century . . . 
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mif- 
flin and company, 1903. 2 v. 21 J cm. 
3—23080 56035-56036 

E. Stanwood, Brookline, Mass. A 
67997-67998, Sept, 9, 1903; 2 c. each 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Storv of pulchra-derma and the science of 

facial massage. 21pp. 32°. 56037 

William Wright, New York, N.Y. A 

68552, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 

Street (Julian L. ) The awful storv of 

Mr. Chips. 56038 

Colonial advertising co., New York, 

N. Y. A 69311, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 28, 1903. 

Stvle book, fall and winter 1903-1904. 

20 pp. 16°. 56039 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Chicago, 

111. A 64871, Julv 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

21, 1903. 



Sundav school calendar. 1904 
16°/ 

Sunday-school 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 12 



unp. 
56040 

supplv companv, 
A 63180, Julv 2, 
1903. 



Supplement to Shepard' s Connecticut an- 
notations contained in vol. 74. folder, 
12°. 56041 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 69041, Sept, 24, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

Georgia annotations contained in 

vol. 116." folder. 12°. 56042 

Frank Shepard companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 69304, Sept, 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Montana annotations contained in 

vol. 27. 56043 

Frank Shepard companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 68952, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 



Suretyship bond; indemnity 2 
f°. 



4 pp. 
56044 

American surety company of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69287, 
Sept, 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

— ordinary schedule. 4 pp. f°. 

56045 
American surety companv of New- 
York, New York, N. Y. 'A 69283, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

— schedule S. & B. 22. 4 pp. f°. 

56046 
American surety companv of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69281, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 



Suretyship bond — Continued. 

— - schedule 11 L. & E. 4 po. f°. 

56047 
American surety companv of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69282, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

33 C. 4 pp. f°. 56048 

American surety companv of New 
York, New York, N. Y. " A 69279, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

33 P. 4 pp. f°. 56049 

American surety companv of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69280, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

66 C. 4 pp. f°. 56050 

American surety company of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69286, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

66 C. 1. 4 pp. f°. 56051 

American surety company of New 
York, New York, N. Y. * A 69285, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

66 P. 4 pp. f°. 56052 

American surety company of New 
York, New York, N. Y. A 69284, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

66 P. 1. 4 pp. f°. 56053 

American surety companv of New 
York, New York, N. Y. * A 69288, 
Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Swain, Henry H[untington] Montana 
civics; an elementary text-book in state 
and local government. . . . Chicago, 
Scott, Foresman and company, 1903. 
vi, 150 p. 19 cm. 

3—22908 56054 

H. H. Swain. Dillon, Mont. A 65257, 
Aug. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



System of penmanship; 1st order. 
Peter Muth, New York, N 

64275, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

2nd order. 

Peter Muth, New York, N, 

64276, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

3rd order. 

Peter Muth, New York, N. 

64277, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

4th order. 

Peter Muth, New York, N. 



64278, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8. 

— 5th order. 
Peter Muth, New York, N. 

64279, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 

— 6th order. 
Peter Muth, New York, N. 

64280, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 



56055 
Y. A 

8, 1903. 

56056 

Y. A 
8, 1903. 

56057 
Y. A 

8, 1903. 

56058 
Y. A 

1903. 

56059 
Y. A 

8, 1903. 

56060 
Y. A 

8, 1903. 



174 



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BOOKS 



1077 



System of penmanship; 7th order. 56061 
Peter Muth, New York. N. Y. A 

64281, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

8th order. 56062 

Peter Muth, New York. N. V. A 

64282, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

9th order. 56063 

Peter Muth, New York, N. Y. A 

64283, July 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

Tabor (Thomas H.) Tabor's treatise on 
washing and cleaning. 7 pp. 24°. 

56064 
T. H. Tabor, Ellijav, Ga. A 63853, 
July 13, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1903. 

Talmage (Frank De Witt). The Divine 

teacher. In Christian herald, Sept. 

23, 1903. 56065 

Louis Klopsch, New York, X. Y. A 

68335, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 22, 1903. 

Telephone (The). 24 pp. 16°. 56066 
State line telephone company, New 
York, N. Y. A 66518, Aug. 17, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

Telephone history. 8 pp. 24°. 56067 
State line telephone company, New 
York, N. Y. A 66519, Aug. 17", 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1903. 

Teller, William P[ierre] A first book in 
business methods, by William P. Tel- 
ler . . . and Henry E. Brown . . . 
Chicago, London [etc.] Rand, McNally 
& company [1903] 271 p. inch forms 
(partly col.) 19£x loi cm. 
3—22562 56068 

W. P. Teller and Henrv E. Brown, 
United States. A 66666, Aug. 19, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Thacher's (Dr.) hints and facts almanac. 
32 pp. 16°. 56089 

Thacher medicine company, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. A 58186, Apr" 24, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. ' 

Theory vs. practice, imp. 16°. 56070 
Barber asphalt paying company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 67518, Sept. 2, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Things strange and curious from far and 
near. In X. Y. herald, June 21, 1903. 

56071 
New York herald co., Jersey City, 
X. J. A 62216, June 18, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 



Third sex. In American magazine sup- j 
plement, Xew York American and jour- 
hffl, Sept. 27, 1903. 56072 | 

W. P. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
69351, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. I 

175 



This book tells where and how and why. 

unp. 24°. 56073 

Nevada keystone mining company, 

L..s Angeles, Cal. A 67333, Aug. 31. 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1903. 

Thomas, Julian P. Exercise for Lym- 
phatic vessels. Card, 12 by 8.1 inches. 

56074 
J. P. Thomas, New York, X. Y. A 

69160, Sept. 26, M)3; 2 c. Sept. 26, L903. 

Heart tonic. Card, 12 by K. 1 , inches. 

56075 
J. P. Thomas, Xew York, X. Y. A 

69161, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Osteopathic exercise. Card, 12 by 

8* inches. 56076 

J. P. Thomas, Xew York, X. Y. A 

69162, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Oxidation exercise. Card, 12 by 8£ 

inches. 56077 

J. P. Thomas, Xew York, X. Y. A 

69163, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Tillett, Wilbur F[isk] The doctrines 
and polity of the Methodist Episcopal 
church, South. Part first, by Rev. 
Wilbur F. Tillett . . . Part second, 
by Rev. James Atkins . . . Xash- 
ville, Tenn., Dallas, Tex., Publishing 
house of the M. E. church, South, Big- 
ham & Smith, agents, 1903. iv, 172 p. 
18| cm. 

3—20213 56078 

Bigham & Smith, agents, Nashville, 
Tenn. A 64918, July 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
22, 1903. 

To refrigerating engineers. Allen's anti- 
rust paint. 16 pp. 12°. 56079 
Theodore F. Allen, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
A 66815, Aug. 21,1903; 2 c.Aug.21,1903. 

Torre nee, [Frederic] Ridgely. El Do- 
rado, a tragedy . . . Xew York and 
London, J. Lane, 1903. 132 p., 1 1. 
19 cm. 

3—22888 56080 

John Lane, Xew York, X. Y. A 

68418, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Townsend, A. Justin. Mystic poems . . . 

Lynn, Mass., 1903. cover-title, [15] p. 

23* cm. 56081 

A. J. Townsend, Lvnn, Mass. A 

61094, June 4, 1903; 2 c. July 17, 1903. 

Tracy, Charles A. Street fair manual 
. . . Chicago, Merchants record 

company, 1903. 79, [1] p. illus. 19.] 
x 27 cm. 56082 

Merchants record company, Chicago, 
111. A 67231, Aug. 28, 1903*; 2 c. Sept. 
21, 1903. 



1078 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Treatise on Thuja occidentalis and Cratae- 
gus. Drug treatise, no. 1. 7 pp. 12°. 

56083 

Lloyd bros., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 

67158, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Tyson, Annie Arrington. Dramana; a 
romance of the stage. New York 
and Washington, The Neale publishing 
company, 1903. 271 p. 20 cm. 
3—20903 56084 

A. A. Tyson, Montgomery, Ala. A 
67290, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

U. S. mail brings the bank to your door. 
Home savings bank of White Plains, 
N. Y. unp. 24°. 56085 

Home savings bank, White Plains, 
N. Y. A 66543, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 17, 1903. 

Vacaresco (Helene). Kings and queens 
I have known. Queen Elizabeth of 
Eoumania. 15 pp. 16°. 56086 

Shurmer Sibthorp, New York, N. Y., 
London, England. A 67418, Sept. 1, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Victims of the Balkan terror number 

190,000. 56087 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69226, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Vista del valle. 9 pp. 16°. 56088 

Goldberg, Bo wen & co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. A 65467, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Waldeck-Rousseau's rivals are doomed. 

56089 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69227, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Wealth vs. love. In Daily news, Chicago, 

June 24, 1903. 56090 

Werner companv, Akron, Ohio. A 

61715, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Wellington], M[aud] K[ilbourn] 
Rhymes, by M. K. W. Boston, G. 
H. Ellis co., printers, 1903. 2 p. 1., 
58 p. 20£ cm. 

3—22894 56091 

M. K. Wellington, Wellington, Mass. 

A 66784, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Western section; list of subscribers. 

Sept. 1, 1903; 136 pp. 12°. 56092 

New England telephone & telegraph 

company, Boston, Mass. A 67264, Aug. 

29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Westinghouse system of multiple unit 
train control, unp. 12°. 56093 

Westinghouse air brake co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. A 67373, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903. 



When the band played. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept. 25, 1903. 56094 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 68469, 
Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

White, Eliza Orne. Lesley Chilton. 
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mif- 
flin and company, 1903. viii p., 1 1., 
356 p., 11. 19* cm. 
3—23045 56095 

E. O. White, Brookline, Mass. A 
68000, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Whitelv (The) exerciser. 16 pp. 24°. 

56096 
Whitelv exerciser company, Chicago, 
111. A 67227, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 
28, 1903. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). Courage. 56097 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69379, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Don't be pessimistic. 56098 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69119, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Growth. 56099 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69339, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Humanity's upward trend. 56100 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69338, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Kinship. 56101 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69120, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Literary success. 56102 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
68896, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 

Now. 56103 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69380, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Self-effacement. 56104 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69343, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Some generalizations on food and 

housekeeping and booms a Professor 

Bickerton. 56105 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69220, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Wilhelm Liebknecht. 56106 

Clarence S. Darrow, Chicago, 111. A 

69309, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Winnebago Countv business directory 
. . . 1903. Oshkosh, Wis., W. E. 
Glover, 1903. fold. map. 29£ cm. 

56107 
William Earle Glover, Oshkosh, Wis. 
A 68044, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1903. 



176 



V. 34, No. 41 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



L079 



Wouldn't it jar you. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal, Sept. 27, 1903. 56108 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69349, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 



Zimmerman, L[eander] M. Kindlings 

for daily life . . . [Baltimore, 

Meyer & Thalheimer, 1903] xxii p. 
illus. (incl. port. ) 22^ cm. 56109 

L. M. Zimmerman, Baltimore, Md. 
A 60002, May 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, L903. 



Number of books proper and pamphlets since Jan. 1, 1903 8,627 

Number of leaflets, etc., since Jan. 1, 1903 3,256 

Number of periodical contributions since Jan. 1, 1903 5,845 

Total number of Book entries since Jan. 1 , 1903 17,728 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright by Paul Harris, Chicago, 111. Class D, XXc, no. 4013, 
Sept. 26, 1903; 2 typewritten copies received Sept. 10, 1903." 



All in the family, unp. f°. 56110 

Paul Harris, Chicago, 111. D 4013, 
Sept. 26, 1903; 2 tvpewitten c. Sept. 10, 
1903. 

Cape (A) Breton lass, a four act play, by 
Frank Dupree and John Ernest Mc- 
Cann. 8°. 56111 

John Ernest McCann & Frank Du- 
pree, New York, N. Y. D 4023, Sept. 
28, 1903; 2 typewritten c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

. . . Es werde recht . . . Elberfeld, 
A. Martini u Griittefien, 1903. 100 p. 

22 cm. 56112 
Baedekersche buch und kunsthand- 

lung und buchdruckerei, A. Martini & 
Griittefien, G. m. b. H. D 3919, Sept. 
10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 
Holy America. [Washington? 1903] 

23 p. 23 cm. 56113 
Isaac Pitman Noyes, Washington, 

D. C. A 3895, Sept.* 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
4, 1903. 

I'm glad I came, comedy by Wm. Henry 
Shelton. 8°. 56114 

Wm. Henry Shelton, New York, 
N. Y. D 4028, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Mary of Magdala, an historical and ro- 
mantic drama in five acts; the original 
in German prose by Paul Heyse; the 
translation freely adapted and written 
in English verse by W r illiam Winter 
. . . New York, London, TheMac- 
millan company, 1903. 135 p. 20 cm. 
3—22889 56115 

Harrison Grey Fiske, New York, N. 
Y. D 3947, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
15, 1903. 



No wedding bells for her; or, A bride's 
confession ; comedy drama in four acts, 
by Theodore Kremer. 95 pp. 8°. 

56116 
B. E. Forrester, New York, N. Y. 
D 4017, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Pembertons (The). f°. 56117 

Thomas Henry Davis, Wilkinsburg, 
Pa. D 4022, Sept, 28, 1903; 2 tvpe writ- 
ten c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

She loved — she sinned; a dramatic com- 
position by Butler Stewart Crossv and 
Erwin Kussell. 58 pp. 8°. 56118 

B. S. Crossy and Erwin Russell, St. 
Louis, Mo. D 3923, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Tosca (La); opera en trois actes d'apres 
le drame de Victorien Sardou, de L. 
Illica et G. Giacosa; traduction fran- 
chise de Paul Ferrier. 32 pp. f°. 

56119 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan, Italv. D 
4009, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 tvpe written c. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 

Undine, a play by W. L. Courtney, pro- 
logue and epilogue. 6 pp. 8°. 

56120 

Beatrice Stella Patrick Campbell, 

London, England. D 4016, Sept. 25, 

1903; 2 typewritten c. Sept. 25, 1903. 



Number of Dramatic compositions since Jan. 1, 1903 838 



177 



1080 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, " Copvright bv Sanborn map companv, New York, N. Y. Class E, 
XXc, no. 4655, Sept. 29, 1903: 2 copies*received Sept. 29, 1903." 



Blairsville, Indiana co., Penna. (Insur- 
ance maps of. ) Aug., 1903. 14 sheets, 
25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

56121 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4655, Sept, 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
29, 1903. 

Catoosa, Cherokee Nation, Ind. Ter. 
Sept., 1903. Sheet, 25 bv 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft, to an inch. 56122 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4656, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
29, 1903. 

Ellis county, Tex. (Texas mortgage 
banking company's official map of.) 
Sheet, 36 by 44 inches. 56123 

Texas mortgage banking company, 
Waxahachie, Tex. E 3989, Apr. 28, 
1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Geneva, Ontario co., N. Y. (Insurance 
maps of. ) 24 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 56124 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4657, Sept, 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
29, 1903. 



Hartford, Conn. (Map -of) Sheet, 15 bv 

13 inches. 56125 

Hartford guide co., Hartford, Conn. 

E 4659, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Marshall, Logan co., Oklahoma Terr. 
Sept., 1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 56126 

Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E 4658, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
29, 1903. 

Township no. 35 north, range no. 3 east 
of the Boise meridian, Idaho (Marvin's 
maps of timbered townships). Scale, 
one inch to mile. Sheet, 8 by 7 inches. 

56127 
Earl L. Marvin, Spokane, Wash. E 

4660, Sept, 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Township no. 42 north, range no. 3 west 
of the Boise meridian, Idaho (Marvin's 
maps of timbered townships). Scale, 
one inch to mile. Sheet, 8 by 7 inches. 

56128 
Earl L. Marvin, Spokane, Wash. E 

4661, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 



Number of Maps and charts since Jan. 1, 1903 1 ,421 



178 



PERIODICALS 



CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read, "Copyright by New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York, N. Y. Class 
B, XXc. no. 44202. Jan. 2, 1903; 2 copies received Sept.- 22, 1903." 



Abendblatt der X. Y. staats-zeitung 

[dailv], folio, New York. y. 69, no. 

226. " Mondav, Sept, 21, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 22, 1903. 56129 
y. 69, no. 227. Tuesday, Sept, 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. * 56130 
y. 69, no. 228. Wednesday, Sept. 

23, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. * 56131 
y. 69, no. 229. Thursday, Sept, 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. ' 56132 
y. 69, no. 230. Friday, Sept, 25, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. * 56133 
v. 69, no. 231. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. ' 56134 
y. 69, no. 232. Monday, Sept. 28, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. * 56135 
v. 69, no. 233. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. * 56136 
y. 69, no. 234. Wednesday, Sept. 

30, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56137 
v. 69. no. 235. Thursday, Oct. 1 , 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 56138 
v. 69, no. 236. Friday, Oct. 2, 1903. 

2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 56139 

v. 69, no. 237. Saturday, Oct. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 56140 

New Yorker staats-zeituno-, New 
York, X. Y. B 44202-44213," Jan. 2, 
1903. 

Advance reports supplemental to "The 
Legal intelligencer" [weekly] 8°, Phila. 
v. 60, no. 37". Sept. 11, 1903. 58141 
Frank M. Fuller, secretary of the 
commonwealth, for the State of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. B 57830, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 



Amateur (The) sportsman 
Oct., 1903. 



v. 29, no. 6. 
56143 

M. T. Kichardson company, New 
York, N. Y. B 49661, Mar. 12, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 



America (La) cientifica 
1903. 



no.166. Oct., 
56144 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y. B 
43541, Jan. 2. 1903; 2 c. Oct, 2, 1903. 

American (The) adviser, v. 11, no. 7. 

June, 1903. 56145 

O. A. Benson, Chicago, 111. B 

54738, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

American (The) architect and building 
news. no. 1445. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. 



Sept. 8, 1903. 


56146 


— no. 1446. Sept. 12, 1903. 
14, 1903. 


2 c. Sept. 
56147 


— no. 1447. Sept. 19, 1903. 
21, 1903. 


2 c. Sept. 
56148 


— no. 1448. Sept. 26, 1903. 
28, 1903. 


2 c. Sept. 
56149 


The American architect co., Boston, 
Mass. B 51764-51767, Apr. 24, 1903. 



American (The) florist, v. 21, no. 796. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56150 
v. 21, no. 797. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 
v. 21, no. 798. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 
v. 21, no. 799. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 

American florist co., Chicago, 111. 

B 56269-56272, July 29, 1903. 



Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

56152 
Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

56153 



v. 3, no. 3. Sept., 
56154 



y. 60, no. 38. Sept. 18, 1903. 56142 American gynecology 

Frank M. Fuller, secretary of the 190S. 
commonwealth, for the State of Penn- American gynecology, New York, 

svlvania, Harrisburg, Pa. B 58097, N. Y. B 49465, Mar. 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 
Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. I 2, 1903. 

179 543 



544 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



American investments, v. 14, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 56155 

Niagara publishing company, Buffalo, 

N. Y. B 39911, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. 

June 11, 1903. 

American (The) journal of the medical 

sciences. Oct., 1903. 56156 

Lea brothers & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 39530, Dec. 9,1902; 2 c. Sept. 30,1903. 

American (The) ladies' tailor advance 
stvles. v. 1, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

56157 
The Jno. J. Mitchell co.. New York, 
N. Y. B 54801, June 23,' 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

American lumberman. Sept. 12, 1903. 

56158 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 

B 57876, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Sept, 19, 1903. 56159 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 
B 58260, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c.Sept.21,1903. 

American (The) monthly review of re- 
views, no. 165. Oct. ,"1903. 56160 
The review of reviews company, 
New York, N. Y. B 45485. Jan. 5, 
1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

American ornithology. Sept., 1903. 

56161 

Chas. K. Reed, Worcester, Mass. B 

39553, Dec. 9, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

American shoemaking. Sept. 5, 1903. 
2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 56162 

Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

56163 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

56164 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

56165 

Deming & Rogers, Boston, Mass. B 

57693-57696, Sept, 5, 1903. 

American (The) telephone journal, v. 

8, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 56166 

The American telephone journal co., 

New York, N. Y. B 57885, Sept. 14, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

v. 8, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 56167 

The American telephone journal co., 
New York, N. Y. B 58224, Sept. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

American woman's home journal, v. 2, 

no. 5. Sept., 1903. 56168 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57707, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

no. 253. Nov., 
56169 

The Morse-Broughton co. , New York, 
N. Y. B 38992, Nov. 28, 1902; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 



Sept. 19, 1903. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 



Art (L') de la mode 
1903. 



Atlantic (The) reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 55, no. 11. Sept, 10, 1903. 

56170 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57735, Sept. 8, "1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

v. 55, no. 12. Sept. 17, 1903. 56171 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57990, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Atmos. v. 2, no. 1. Sept., 1903. 56172 
Orloff Nikolaus Orlow, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. B 55823, July 14, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

B. & D. bulletin, v. 11, no. 3. Sept. 1, 

1903. 56173 

Bawo & Dotter, New York, N. Y. B 

57570, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Baby (The) pathfinder railway guide, v. 

18, no. 9. Sept. 15, 1903. " 56174 
New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39670, Dec. 
9, 1902;"2c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

Banking (The) law journal, v. 20, no. 

9. Sept., 1903. 56175 

Thomas B. Paton, New York, N. Y. 

B 47821, Jan. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Biles semi-monthly pocket edition whis- 
key price list. v. 14, no. 6. Sept. 25, 
1903. 56176 

The J. W. Biles company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. B 57565, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
28, 1903. 

Bimonthly digest, advance sheets. Aug. , 

.1903. 56177 

West publishing company, St, Paul, 

Minn. B 57584, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

19, 1903. 

Bird-lore. v. 5, no. 5. Sept., Oct., 1903. 

56178 

Frank M. Chapman, Englewood, N. J. 

B46817, Jan. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Boston American, v. 2, no. 8. Sept., 

1903. 56179 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57708, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Boston (The) daily globe, v. 64, no. 76. 

Monday, Sept. 14, 1903. B 54045, 2 c. 

Sept. 15, 1903. 56180 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass., June 15, 1903. 
v. 64, no. 77. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 56181 
v. 64, no. 78. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 56182 
v. 64, no. 79. Thursday, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 56183 
v. 64, no. 80. Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 56184 



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545 



Boston (The) daily globe — Continued. 
v. 64, no. 81. ' Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 56185 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 57887-57891, Sept. 14, 1903. 

Boston Sunday journal. Sept. 20, 1903. 

56186 

Frank A. Munsev, New York, N. Y. 

B 58064, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 , 1903. 

Boston pocket manual, v. 6, no. 12. 
Oct., 1903. 56187 

M. C. Walter, Boston, Mass. B 
55622, July 8, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Boys of America, v. 3, no. 105. Oct. 3, 

1903. 56188 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. B 

57537, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

v. 3, no. 106. Oct. 10, 1903. 56189 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. B 
57770, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Broadway magazine. Oct., 1903. 56190 
Broadway magazine company, New 
York, N. Y. B 55627, July 8, 1903; 1 
c. Sept. 24, 1903; 1 c. Oct, 2, 1903. 

Brooklyn (The) daily eagle, folio, Brook- 
lyn, y. 63, no. 261. Sunday, Sept. 
20, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 56191 

y. 63, no. 262. Monday, Sept. 21, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 56192 

v. 63, no. 263. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. " 56193 

y. 63, no. 264. Wednesday, Sept. 

23, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56194 

v. 63, no. 265. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. ' 56195 

v. 63, no. 266. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56196 

v. 63, no. 267. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56197 

The Brooklyn daily eagle, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. B 42632-42638, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Brown (The) book. 
1903. 



v. 7, no. 



Oct., 
56198 



Richards publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. B 55873, July 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 1, 1903. 

Business opportunities, v. 1, no. 4. 

Sept., 1903. 56199 

Business opportunity co.,New York, 

N. Y. B 57743, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 8, 1903. 

Buyer's (The) reference, Street railway 

edition. Sept., 1903. 56200 

The Buyer's reference company, 

New York, N. Y. B 57777, Sept. 9, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



Carpet (The) and upholstery trade re- 
view, v. 34, no. 18. Sept,' L5, I 

56201 
Review publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 57855, Sept. L2, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Cassier's magazine. Oct., 1903. 56202 
The Cassier magazine company, New 
York, N. Y. B 40125, Dec. 12, 1902; 
2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 



Catholic news. v. 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 
v. 17, no. 46. 

Sept, 8, 1903. 
v. 17, no. 47. 

Sept, 15, 1903. 
v. 17, no. 48. 

Sept. 22, 1903. 
v. 17, no. 49. 

Sept, 29, 1903. 
Catholic news 

New York, N. Y. 

2, 1903. 



17, no. 45. Sept. 2, 

1, 1903. 56203 

Sept. 9, 1903. 2 c. 

56204 
Sept. 16, 1903. 2 c. 

56205 
Sept. 23, 1903. 2 c. 

56206 
Sept, 30, 1903. 2 c. 

56207 

publishing company, 

B 43189-43193, Jan. 



Catholic union and times, consecration 
number. Aug. 27, 1903. 56208 

Buffalo Catholic publication com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. B 57633, Aug. 
31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 



Cent per cent. 
1903. 



v. 2, no. 3. Sept., Oct., 
56209 



Mitchell, Schiller & Barnes, New 
York, N. Y. B 57641, Sept. 5, 1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Chicago apparel gazette, v. 28, no. 3. 

Sept. 9, 1903. 56210 

Waldo-Fairchild company, Chicago, 

111. B 57835, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

12, 1903. 

Chicago (The) daily news, folio, Chicago. 

v. 28, no. 226. Monday, Sept. 21, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56211 
v. 28, no. 227. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56212 
v. 28, no. 228. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 56213 
v. 28, no. 229. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56214: 
v. 28, no. 230. Friday, Sept. 25, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56215 
v. 28, no. 231. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56216 
v. 28, no. 232. Monday, Sept. 28, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 56217 
v. 28, no. 233. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56218 
v. 28, no. 234. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 56219 

The Chicago daily news company, 

Chicago, 111. B 56773-56781, Aug. 13, 

1903. 



181 






546 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Christian herald, v. 26, no. 35. Sept. 
2, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 56220 

- v. 26, no. 36. Sept. 9, 1903. 2 c. 

56221 

Sept. 16, 1903. 2 c. 

56222 

Sept. 23, 1903. 2 c. 

56223 

Sept. 30, 1903. 2 c. 

56224 

B 



Sept. 8, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 37. 
Sept, 15, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 38. 
Sept. 22, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 39. 
Sept. 30, 1903. 

Louis Klopsch, New York, N. Y. 



42351-42355, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Christian (The) mother, v. 1, no. 7. 

Oct., 1903. 56225 

Joseph Schaefer, New York, N. Y. 

B 48291, Feb. 14, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Christian science sentinel, v. 6, no. 1. 

Sept, 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56226 
v. 6, no. 2. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56227 
v. 6, no. 3. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 56228 
v. 6, no. 4. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 56229 

Mary Baker G. Eddv, Concord, N. H. 

B 56642-56645, Aug. 8, 1903. 
Christian students' magazine, v. 1, no. 1. 

Oct., 1903. 56230 

Christian students' publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 55865, Julv 

16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 
Citator (The) . Iowa edition, v. 2, no. 2. 

Aug., 1903. 56231 

Reed, Adams & co., Lapeer, Mich. 

B 37709, Oct. 31, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 29, 

1903. 
Cleveland American, v. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56232 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57709, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Cleveland journal, v. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56233 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57710, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Clothier (The) and furnisher. Sept., 

1903. 56234 

The Geo. N. Lowrev co., New York, 

N. Y. B 57804, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 10, 1903. 
Commercial (The) and financial chron- 
icle, v. 77, no. 1993. Sept. 5, 1903. 2 

c. Sept, 5, 1903. 56235 
v. 77, no. 1994. Sept. 12. 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 56236 
v. 77. no. 1995. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 56237 
v. 77, no. 1996. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 56238 

William B. Dana company, New 

York, N. Y. B 55231-55234, June 30, 

1903. 



Cordage trade journal, v. 27, no. 6. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 56239 

Chas. H. Delano & son, New York, 

N. Y. B 58090, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 

Craftsman (The), v. 4, no. 6. Sept., 

1903. 56240 

Gustav Sticklev, Syracuse, N. Y. B 

57746, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Criterion (The), v. 4, no. 7. Oct., 1903. 

56241 
The Criterion publication co., New 
York, N. Y. B 54228, June 16, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Cuba (The) bulletin, v. 1, no. 4. Sept., 

1903. 56242 

Munson steamship line, New York, 

N. Y. B 54825, June 23, 1903; 2 c, Sept. 

29, 1903. 

Daily bulletin, v. 1, no. 102. Sept. 2, 

1903. 56243 

Leonard S. D'Ardell, Memphis, 

Tenn. B 57631, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 

5, 1903. 

Daily racing form, folio, Chicago, v. 9, 

no. 210. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 3, 1903. 56244 

— - v. 9, no. 211. Thursday, Sept. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 56245 
v. 9, no. 212. Friday, Sept. 4, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 56246 
v. 9, no. 213. Saturday, Sept, 5, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56247 
v. 9, no. 214. Sunday, Sept. 6, 1903. 

2 c. Sent, 8, 1903. 56248 
v. 9, x no. 215. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 56249 
v. 9, no. 216. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 56250 
v. 9, no. 217. Thursday, Sept. 10, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. * 56251 
v. 9, no. 218. Friday, Sept. 11, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 56252 
v. 9, no. 219. Saturday, Sept, 12, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 56253 
v. 9, no. 220. Sunday, Sept. 13, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 56254 
v. 9, no. 221. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 56255 
v. 9, no. 222. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 56256 
v. 9, no. 223. Thurdav, Sept. 17, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 18. 1903. * 56257 
v. 9, no. 224. Friday, Sept. 18, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 56258 
v. 9, no. 225. Saturday, Sept. 19, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 56259 
v. 9, no. 226. Sunday, Sept. 20, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 56260 
v. 9, no. 227. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. . 56261 



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547 



Dailv racing form — Continued. 

' v. 9, no. 228. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56262 

Frank II. Brunell, Chicago, 111. B 

58203-58221, Sept. 11, L903. 

v. 9. no. 229. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903. B 58202; 2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. 

56263 
Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 111., Sept. 

18. 1903. 

Digit, v. 2, no. 9. 56264 

The Muralo company, New Brigh- 
ton, X. Y. B 54582, June 19, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Dog (The) v. 3, no. 6. Sept. 22, 1903. 

56265 
The Dog, Philadelphia, Pa. B 57748, 
Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

Dry goods reporter, v. 33, no. 36. Sept, 

o, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 56266 
y. 33, no. 37. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56267 
y. 33, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 56268 
v. 33, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 28, 1903. 56269 

The Dry goods reporter company, 

Chicago, 111. B 42794-42797, Jan. 2, 

1903. 

Dun : s review, international edition. 

y. 1, no. 8. Oct., 1903. 56270 

R, G. Dun & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 50347, Mar. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 

1903. 

Ecclesiastical (The) reyiew. v. 29, no. 4. 
Oct., 1903. 56271 

American ecclesiastical review, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 46715, Jan. 15, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Economist (The) v. 30, no. 10. Sept. 5, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56272 



Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

56273 
Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

56274 
Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

56275 



v. 30, no. 11. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 
v. 30, no. 12. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 
v. 30, no. 13. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 

The F^conomist publishing company. 

Chicago, 111. B 54283-54286, June 17, 

1903. 

Electric (The) magazine, v. 1, no. 5. 

Sept. 17, 1903. 56276 

Electric publishing company, Lynn, 

Mass. B 57389, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

21, 1903. 

Engineering (The) record, v. 48, no. 10. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56277 

2 c. 



v. 48, no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 



56278 



Engineering (The) record Continued. 

v. 48, no. 12. Sept. ID, L903. 2 e. 

Sept, 19, 11)03. 56279 

v. 48, no. 13. Sept. 26, L903. 1 c. 

Sept, 26, 1903; 1 e. Sept. 28, L903. 

56280 
McGraw publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 42953-42956, Jan. 2, 
1903. 

Etude (The), v. 21, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

56281 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. B 

41305, Dec. 20, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Evening (The) bulletin. Monday, Sept. 

21, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 22, 1903. " 56282 
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

23, 1903. 56283 
Wednesday, Sept. 23. 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 56284 
Thursday, Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

25, 1903. 56285 
Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 

1903. 56286 
Saturday, Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

28, 1903. 56287 
Monday, Sept. 28, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

29, 1903. 56288 
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

30, 1903. * 56289 
Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 

1, 1903. 56290 
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 2, 

1903. 56291 

- — Friday, Oct. 2, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 3, 

1903. 56292 
Saturday, Oct. 3, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 5, 

1903. 56293 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 57039-57050, Aug. 21, 1903. 

Eyening (The) post. v. 102. Monday, 

Sept, 21, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 2.2, 1903. 

56294 
v. 102. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 23, 1903. ' 56295 
v. 102. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56296 
v. 102. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 56297 
v. 102. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56298 
v . 102. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56299 
v. 102. Monday, Sept. 28, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 29, 1903. ' 56300 
v. 102. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1903. 2 

c. Sept. 30, 1903. " 56301 
v. 102. Wednesday, Sept, 30, 1903. 

2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56302 

New York evening post co., New 
York, N. Y. B 57273-57281, Aug. 26, 
1903. 



183 



548 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 
— v. 17, no. 167. Saturday 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 



Evening (The) sun. v. 17, no. 162. 
Monday, Sept. 21, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1903. ' 56303 

v. 17, no. 163. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56304 

v. 17, no. 164. Wednesday, Sept. 

23, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56305 

v. 17, no. 165. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. ' 56306 

17, no. 166. Friday, Sept. 25, 
56307 
Sept. 26, 
56308 
17, no. 168. Monday, Sept. 28, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. " 56309 

v. 17, no. 169. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 56310 

v. 17, no. 170. Wednesday, Sept. 

30, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56311 

v. 17, no. 171. Thursday, Oct. 1, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 56312 

v. 17, no. 172. Friday, Oct. 2, 1903. 

2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 58313 

v. 17, no. 173. Saturday, Oct. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 56314 

The Sun printing and publishing as- 
sociation, New York, N. Y. B 44616- 
44627, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Exodus (The), v. 6, no. 7. July, 1903. 

56315 

Ursula N. Gestefeld, Chicago, 111. 

B 57751, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. July 9,1903. 

Farm and ranch, v. 22, no. 36. Sept. 

5. 1903. 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 56316 

- y. 22, no. 37. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

56317 

Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

56318 



Sept. 14. 1903. 

— v. 22, no. 38. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

— v. 22, no. 39. 
Sept. 29, 1903. 



Sept. 26, 1903. 



56319 

Texas farm and ranch publishing 
company, Dallas, Tex. B 57159-57162, 
Aug. .24, 1903. 
Federal (The) reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 123, no. 7. Sept. 17, 1903. 

56321 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 57991, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 

Fishing (The) gazette, v. 20, no. 36. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

56322 

v. 20, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56323 

v. 20, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 56324 

v. 20, no 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 56325 

G. E. Jennings, New York, N. Y. 
B 56181-56184, July 27, 1903. 
Floral life. v. 1, no. 9. Oct., 1903. 

56326 
Floral life publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 55167, June 27, 1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 



Fulton county daily report. Tuesday, 

Sept, 1, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 56327 

Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

4, 1903. 56328 
■ Thursday Sept. 3, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

5, 1903. 56329 
Friday, Sept. 4, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 

1903. 56330 
Saturday, Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

8, 1903. 56331 
Monday, Sept. 7, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 

1903. 56332 

James Kempton, Atlanta, Ga. B 

58004-58009, Sept, 1, 1903. 

Fun with Si. Scudder. no. 1. 2 c. Sept. 

28, 1903. 56333 

no 2. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56334 

Arkell company, New York, N. Y. 

B 54303-54304, Jun. 17, 1903. 

Golden days for boys and girls, v. 24, 

no. 46. Sept. 26, 1903. 56335 

James Elverson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 57883, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 

1903. 

Golden hours, v. 32, no. 817. Sept. 26, 

1903. 56336 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 

B 57799, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1903. 

v. 32, no. 818. Oct. 3, 1903. 56337 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 
B 58087, Sept. 17,1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Golf. v. 13, no. 4. Oct., 1903. 56338 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53819, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Good literature, v. 12, no. 3. Oct., 1903. 

56339 

F. M. Lupton, New York, N. Y. B 

57242, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Good roads magazine. Sept., 1903. 

56340 
The E. L. Powers co., New York, 
N. Y. B 57727, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
5, 1903. 

Grand (The) union herald, v. 3, no. 9. 

Sept., 1903. 56341 

Grand union tea company, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. B 57803, Sept. 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 

10, 1903. 

Grocery world, v. 36, no. 5. Aug. 3, 
1903. 2 c. Aug. 3, 1903. 56342 

v. 36, no. 6. Aug. 10, 1903. 2 c. 

Aug. 10, 1903. 56343 

v. 36, no. 7. Aug. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Aug. 17, 1903. 56344 

v. 36, no. 8. Aug. 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Aug. 24, 1903. 56345 

v. 36, no. 9. Aug. 31, 1903. 2 c. 

Oct. 1, 1903. 56346 

Grocery world pub. co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 52923-52927, May 18, 1903. 



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549 



Haberdasher's (The) correct dress chart. 

Aug., 1903. 56347 

The Haberdasher company, New 

York, N. Y. B 56130, July 25, 1903; 

2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Sept., 1903. 56348 

The Haberdasher co., New York, 

N. Y. B 57147, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 

1, 1903. 
Happv days. v. 18, no. 467. Sept, 26, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 56349 
v. 18, no. 468. Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

16, 1903. 56350 
v. 19, no. 469. Oct. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 

23, 1903. 56351 
v. 19, no. 470. Oct. 17,1903; 2c. Sept. 

30, 1903. 56352 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. B 

57622-57625, Sept. 4, 1903. 



v. 14, no. 6. Oct., 
56353 



Home and flowers. 
1903. 

The Floral publishing company, 
Springfield, Ohio. B 43640, Jan. 2, 1903 ; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Hooper's service. Oct., 1903. 56354 

Will P. Hooper, New York, N. Y. 

B 57808, Sept. 10,1903. 2 c. Sept. 10,1903. 

Horseless (The) age. v. 12, no. 11. Sept. 

9, 1903. 56355 

E. P. Ingersoll, New York, N. Y. B 

57831, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

v. 12, no. 12. Sept, 16, 1903. 56356 

E. P. Ingersoll, New York, N. Y. B 
58068, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Household-Ledger (The), v. 59, no. 9. 

Aug., 1903. 56357 

The Household-Ledger publishing 

company, New York, N. Y. B 56553, 

Aug. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Housekeeper (The) . v. 26, no. 12. Oct., 
1903. 56358 

TheHousekeeper corporation, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. B 57244, Aug. 26, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Iconoclast. Sept., 1903. 56359 

Arif Savav, San Francisco, Cal. B 

57790, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Illustrated American, v. 1, no. 6. Sept., 

190^. 56360 

Russell H. Osgoodbv, New York, 

N. Y. B 57639, Sept. 5,' 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

5, 1903. 

Illustrated North American, v. 2, no. 2. 
July, 1903. Issued in Oct., 1903. 

56361 
Illustrated North American publish- 
ing company, New York, N. Y. B 
56747, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 



Implement (The) age. v. 22, no 7 
Sept. 24, 1903. 56362 

Nolan publishing com pam, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 46040, Jan. 7,' 1 DO.".; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Insurance cases for the month, v. 5, no. 

II. Sept., 1903. 56363 
Murdock law book company, Berrien 

Springs, Mich. B 57627, Sept. 4, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

International (The) quarterly, v. 8, no. 

I. Sept., Dec, 1903. 56364 
F. A. Richardson, Burlington, Vt. B 

57807, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Jewelers' (The) circular, v. 47, no. 5, 
Sept. 2, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

56365 
v. 47, no. 6. Sept. 9, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

10, 1903. 56366 
v. 47, no. 7. Sept. 16, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept, 17, 1903. 56367 
v. 47, no. 8. Sept. 23, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 56368 
v. 47, no. 9. Sept. 30, 1903. 2 c. 

Oct. 2, 1903. 56369 

The Jewelers' circular publishing 

company, New York, N. Y. B 56235- 

56239, July 28, 1903. 

Journal of cutaneous diseases, including 
syphilis, v. 21, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

56370 
The Grafton press, New York, N. Y. 
B 41173, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1903. 

Journal of the western society of engi- 
neers, v. 8, no. 4. Aug., 1903. 56371 
Western society of engineers, Chicago, 

III. B 57805, Sept, 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

II, 1903. 

Keramic studio, v. 5, no. 6. Oct., 1903. 

56372 
Keramic studio publishing company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. B 51979, Apr. 27, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Kreidler's current citations of all New 
York decisions, v. 1, no. 3. July, 
1903. 56373 

Charles R. Kreidler, Rochester, N.Y. 
B 57768, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1903. 

Ladies (The) home journal, v. 20, no. 

11. Oct., 1903. 56374 
The Curtis publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 47080, Jan. 20, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Ladies (The) world, v. 24, no. 10. Oct., 

1903. 56375 

S. H. Moore & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 56749, Aug. 13, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 

1903. 



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Law notes, v. 7, no. 7. Oct., 1903. 

56376 
Edward Thompson company, Xorth- 
port, N. Y. B 39497, Dec. 9, 1902; 2 
c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Lee's magazine, v. 11, no. 5. Oct., 

1903. 56377 

Olive B. Lee, Boston, Mass. B 

57133, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 29, 1903. 

Legal (The) intelligencer, v. 60, no. 37. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 56378 

Howard W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 57829, Sept. 11, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

v. 60, no. 38. Sept. 18, 1903. 

36379 

Howard W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 58096, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Leslie' s weekly, no. 2504. Sept. 3, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 5,' 1903. 56380 
no. 2505. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

12, 1903. 56381 
no. 2506. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

18, 1903. 56382 
no. 2507. Sept. 24, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

28, 1903. 56383 

Judge company, Xew York, X. Y. 

B 54314-54317, June 17, 1903. 

Life insurance courant. v. 9, no. 2. 

Sept. 3, 1903. 56384 

A. J. Flitcraft, Oak Park, 111. B 

57762, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Life (The) insurance independent, v. 
15, no. 9. Sept., 1903. 56385 

Life insurance independent publish- 
ing company, Xew York, X. Y. B 
57001, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 
List of buyers, street railway, no. 220. 
Sept., 1903. 56386 

The Buyer's reference company, 
Xew York,' X. Y. B 57776, Sept. 9, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 
Literary (The) collector, v. 6, no. 4. 
Aug.; 1903. 56387 

The Literary collector press, Green- 
wich, Conn. B 57745, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
Little journeys, v. 13, no. 3. Sept., 
1903. 56388 

Elbert Hubbard, East Aurora, X. Y. 
B 37745, Oct. 31, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Lumberman's (The) universal rate book. 
Eastern edition. Sept, 8, 1903. 56389 
Edward J. Schuster, St. Louis, Mo. 
B 57856, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903. 
Lyceum night. Sept., 1903. 56390 

Lvceum publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 57640, Sept. o, 1903; 2 
c. Oct. 2, 1903. 



Mahatma. v. 7, no. 4. Oct., 1903. 

56391 
T. Francis Fritz, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
B 56793, Aug. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1903. 

Manning's supplement service. July, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56392 

Aug., 1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

56393 

Sept., 1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

56394 
Ulysses G. Manning, South Bend, 
Ind. * B 54268-54270, June 17, 1903. 

Marine ensineering. v. 8, no. 10. Oct., 

1903. " 56395 

Marine engineering, Xew York, X. 

Y. B 41104, Dec. 16; 1902; 2 c. Sept. 

29. 1903. 

Masters in art. v. 4, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

56396 
Bates & Guild company. Boston, 
Mass. B 38527, Nov. 11, 1902; 2 c. 
Oct. 2, 1903. 

Mayflower (The). Oct., 1903. 56397 
The Mayflower publishing company, 
Floral Park. X. Y. B 46963, Jan. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Medical (The) age. v. 21, no. 16. Aug. 
25, 1903. 56398 

William M. Warren, Detroit, Mich. 



1903: 



c. Aug. 31, 



B 57852, Sept. 1: 

1903. 
Medical news. v. 83, no. 10. Sept. 5, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 56399 
v. 83. no. 11. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56400 
v. 83, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 19, 1903. 56401 
v. 83, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 56402 

Lea brothers & co., Xew York, X. Y. 

B 43086-43089, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Medical review of reviews, v. 9, no. 8. 

Aug. 25, 1903. 56403 

Medical review of reviews, Xew York, 

X. Y. B 47615, Jan. 30, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 29, 1903. 

Men's wear. v. 15, no. 9. Sept. 11, 1903. 

56404 

Waldo-Fairchild co., Chicago, 111. B 

57854, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Mercantile (The) adjuster, v. 18, no. 4. 

Oct., 1903. 56405 

The Mercantile adjuster publishing 

company, St. Louis, Mo. B 43664, Dec. 

19, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Messenger (The), v. 40, no. 4. 1903. 

56406 

The Messenger, Xew York, X. Y. B 

42979, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 



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551 



Joining reporter, v. 48, no. 10. Sept. 
3, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 56407 

v. 48, no. 11. Sept. 10, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56408 

v. 48, no. 12. Sept. 17, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 56409 

v. 48, no. 13. Sept, 24, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 56410 

The Industrial printing and publish- 
ing company, Denver, Colo. B 55270- 
55273, June' 30, 1903. 

Modern (The) Priscilla. Oct., 1903. 

56411 

Wm. X. Hartshorn, Boston, Mass. 

B 40363, Dec. 15, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Munsey's magazine, v. 29, no. 6. Sept., 

1903.' 56412 

The Frank A. Mnnsey co. , New York, 

N. Y. B 56551, Aug. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 

2, 1903. 

Musician (The), v. 8, no. 9. Sept., 

1903. 56413 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 57798, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 10,1903. 



National oil reporter 
3, 1903. 



v. 4, no. 30. Sept, 
56414 

General publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 57729, Sept, 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

v. 4, no. 31. Sept. 12, 1903. 56415 

General publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 58084, Sept. 17, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 16, 1903. 

Navy (The) league journal, v. 1, no. 1. 

July, 1903. 56416 

Navv league of United States, New 

York, N. Y. B 55335, Julv 1, 1903; 

2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

New England fabrics and furnishings. 
V. 1, no. 1. Sept., 1903. 56417 

New England manufacturers' associ- 
ation, Boston, Mass. B 57580, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

New era transformation monthly, v. 3, 

no. 9. Sept., 1903. 56418 

New era companv, New York, N. Y. 

B 57744, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 

1903. 

New Orleans American, v. 2, no. 5. 

Sept., 1903. 56419 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57711, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

New Orleans journal, v. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56420 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57712, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



New York American; daily, folio, New 

York. no. 7565. Monday, Sept. 21, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, L903. ' 56421 
no. 7566. Tuesday, Sept. 22, L903. 

2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 56422 
no. 7567. Wednesday, Sept . 23, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56423 
no. 7568. Thursday, Sept, 24, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56424 
no. 7569. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. 56425 
no. 7570. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56426 
no. 7571. Monday, Sept. 28, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56427 
no. 7572. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 56428 
no. 7573. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1 903. 

2 c. Sept, 30, 1903. 56429 

New York American, New York, 

N. Y. B 57309-57317, Aug. 26, 1903. 

New York American and journal, no. 

78. Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

56430 
no. 79. Sept. 13, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

14, 1903. 56431 
no. 80. Sept. 20, 1903. 2 c. Sept: 

21, 1903. 56432 
no. 81. Sept. 27, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 

28, 1903. 56433 

The New York American and jour- 
nal, New York, N. Y. B 57318-57321, 
Aug. 26, 1903. 

New York American and journal, comic 

supplement, Sept, 6, 1903. 56434 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57726, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Sept, 13, 1903. 56435 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
57884, Sept, 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Sept. 20, 1903. 56436" 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
58287, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

New York evening journal [daily], folio, 

New York. no. 7565. Monday, Sept, 

21, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. ' 56437 
no. 7566. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56438 
no. 7567. Wednesday, Sept, 23, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56439 
no. 7568. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 56440 
no. 7569. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 26, 1903. 56441 
no. 7570. Saturday, Sept, 26, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56442 
no. 7571. Monday, Sept, 28, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 56443 
no. 7572. Tuesday, Sept, 29, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 30, 1903, 56444 



8321—03- 



187 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



New York evening journal — Continued. 
no. 7573. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56445 

New York evening journal, ^ew 

York, N. Y. B 57526-57534, Aug. 26, 

1903. 

New York (The) family story paper. 

v. 31, no. 1566. Oct. 10, 1903" 56446 

Norman L. Munro, New York. N. Y. 

B 58086, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 

1903. 

New York (The) herald; daily, folio, 
New York. Whole no. 24499. Sun- 
day, Sept. 20, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 21, 
1903. 56447 

Whole no. 24500. Monday, Sept, i 



21, 1903. 



Sept. 22, 1903. 56448 



Whole no. 24501. Tuesday, Sept. 

22, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903. 56449 
Whole no. 24502. Wednesday, Sept, 

23, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56450 
Whole no. 24503. Thursday, Sept, 

24, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. " 56451 
Whole no. 24504. Friday, Sept. 25, 

1903. 2 c, Sept, 26, 1903. 56452 
Whole no. 24505. Saturday, Sept, 

26, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 56453 
Whole no. 24506. Sunday, Sept, 

27, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 56454 
Whole no. 24507. Monday, Sept. 

28, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. " 56455 
Whole no. 24508. Tuesday, Sept. 

29, 1903, 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. * 56456 
Whole no. 24509. Wednesday, Sept. 

30, 1903. 2 c. Oct, 2, 1903. " 56457 
Whole no. 24510. Thursday, Oct. 

1, 1903. 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. * 56458 
Whole no. 24511. Friday, Oct. 2, 

1903. 2 c. Oct 3, 1903. 56459 
Whole no. 24512. Saturday, Oct. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 56460 

The New York herald company, 

New York, N. Y. B 56921-56934, Aug. 

18, 1903. 

New York supplement; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 83, no. 8. Sept. 7, 1903. 

56463 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57737, Sept. 8, "1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

v. 83, no. 10. Sept, 21, 1903. 56464 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 58280, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 24, 1903. 



-v. 2, no. 98. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 
— v. 2, no. 99. 
Sept, 25, 1903. 



New York tribune, no. 20762. Sunday, 
Sept, 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

56465 

no. 20763. Monday, Sept. 21, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 56466 

no. 20764. Tuesday, Sept, 22, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 22, 1903, 56467 | 

188 



New York tribune — Continued. 

no. 20765. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. * 56468 
no. 20766. Thursday, Sept, 24,1903; 

2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 56469 
no. 20767. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 25, 1903. 56470 
no. 20768. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56471 
no. 20769. Sunday, Sept. 27, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 56472 
no. 20770. Monday, Sept. 28, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56473 
no. 20771. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 56474 
no. 20772. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 30, 1903. * 56475 

The tribune association, New York, 

N. Y. B 57423-57433, Aug. 29, 1903. 

New York tribune farmer, v. 2, no. 96. 
Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 4, 1903. 56476 

v. 2, no. 97. Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 11, 1903. 56477 

Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

56478 

Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. 

56479 

The tribune association, New York, 
N. Y. B 57434-57437, Aug. 29, 1903. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung [daily], folio, 

New York. v. 69, no. 226. Monday, 

Sept. 21, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

56481 
v. 69, no. 227. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 56482 
v. 69, no. 228. Wednesday, Sept. 

23, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56483 
v. 69, no. 229. Thursday, Sept, 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. ' 56484 
v. 69, no. 230. Friday, Sept. 25, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 56485 
v. 69, no. 231. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. * 56486 
v. 69, no. 232. Monday, Sept. 28, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. ' 56487 
v. 69, no. 233. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 

1903. 2 c. Sept 29, 1903. ' 56488 
v. 69, no. 234. Wednesday, Sept. 

30, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 56489 
v. 69, no. 235. Thursday, Oct. 1, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56490 
v. 69, no. 236. Friday, Oct. 2, 1903. 

2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 56491 
v. 69, no. 237. Saturday, Oct. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 56492 
New Yorker staats-zeitung, New 

York, N. Y. B 43892-43903, Jan. 2, 

1903. 



Normal instructor and teachers world. 

y. 12, no. 10. Oct. 1903. 56493 

F. A. Owen publishing company, 

Dansville, N. Y. B 57251, Aug. 26, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 



V. 35, No. 41 



PEEIODICALS 



553 



North American; daily, folio, Philadel- 
phia, v. 133, no, i. Sundav, Sept. 
20, 1903. 2*2. Sept. 21, 1903. * 56494 

v. 133, no. 2. Monday, Sept. 21, 

1903. 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. ' 56495 

y. 133, no. 3. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 56496 

v. L33, no. 4. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56497 

y. 133, no. 5. Thursday, Sept, 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. ' 56498 

v. 133, no. 6. Friday, Sept. 25, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. ' 56499 

y. 133. no. 7. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56500 

v. 133, no. 8. Sunday. Sept, 27, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 56501 

v. 133, no. 9. Monday, Sept. 28, 1903. 

2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 56502 

v. 133, no. 10. Tuesday, Sept, 29, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 56503 

North American company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. JB 54700-54709, June 19, 1903. 

Northeastern reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 68, no. 6. Sept. 18, 1903. 

56504 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57992, Sept. 15," 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Northwestern reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 96, no. 5. Sept. 8, '1903. 

56505 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57738, Sept, 8, 190*3; 2 c. Sept. 
14, 1903. 

— v. 96, no. 6. Sept. 15, 1903. 56506 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 57993, Sept. 15, ^1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

— v. 96, no. 7. Sept. 22, 1903. 56507 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 58282, Sept. 2l/l903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Obermayer (The) bulletin, v. 1, no. 12. 

Aug., "1903. 56508 

The S. Obermayer company, Detroit, 

Mich. B 57606, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

30, 1903. 

Official railway guide of Chicago, v. 1, 
no. 33. Sept. 12, 1903. 56509 

W. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 58003, 
Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 34. Sept. 19, 1903. 56510 

W. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 58258, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

Oil City (The) derrick. Sept. 1, 1903. 

56511 
Derrick publishing company, Oil 
City, Pa. B 42252, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 29, 1903. 



Our animal friends, y. 31, no. 2. Oct., 
1903. 56512 

The American society for the pre- 
vention of cruelty to 'animals, New- 
York, N. Y. B 41280, Dee. <>, L902; 
2 c. Oct, 2, 1903. 
Our productions, v. 13, no. 26. Sept. 
5,1903. 56513 

American pub. and eng. co., New 
York, N. Y. B 57705, Sept, 8, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

y. 14, no. 1. Sept, 12, 1903. 56514 

American pub. and eng. co., New- 
York, N. Y. B 57880, Sept. 14, 1993; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

v. 14, no. 2. Sept. 19, 1903. 56515 

American pub. and eng. co., New 
York, N. Y. B 58257, Sept. 21, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 
Oyerland monthly, v. 42, no. 3. Sept. , 
1903. 56516 

Oyerland monthly co., San Francisco, 
Cal. B 57749, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
8, 1903. 
Pacific (The) reporter; weekly, 8°, St. 
Paul. v. 73, no. 5. Sept. 7, 1903. 

56517 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57739, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1903. 

v. 73, no. 6. Sept. 14, 1903. 56518 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 57994, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. 

v. 73, no. 7. Sept. 21, 1903. 56519 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 58283, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept, 23, 1903. 

Penman's art journal, v. 28, no. 2. 

Oct., 1903. 56520 

The National penmanship press, 

New York, N. Y. B 52336, Apr. 25, 

1903; 2 c. Oct, 2, 1903. 

Pennsylvania county court reports, v. 

28,no. 19. Sept/ 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

5, 1903. 56521 

v. 28, no. 20. Sept. 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56522 



v. 28, no. 21. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 
— v. 28, no. 22. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 



Sept. 19, 1903. 



56523 

Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
56524 
T. and J. W. Johnson & co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 53905-53908, June 13, 
1903. 
Personal improvement journal. Aug., 
1903. 56525 

Personal improvement club, New 
York, N. Y. B 57186, Aug. 25, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 1, 1903* 
Philadelphia American, v. 2, no. 5. 
Sept., 1903. 56526 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
B 57713, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1903. 



189 



554 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



56534 

Sept. 28, 
56535 

Sept. 29, 
56536 



Philadelphia (The) inquirer [daily] folio, 

Philadelphia, v. 149, no. 82. Sunday, 

Sept. 20, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 

56527 
y. 149, no. 83. Monday, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 56528 
v. 149, no. 84. Tuesday, Sept, 22, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903. 56529 
v. 149, no. 85. Wednesday, Sept, 

23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. " 56530 
v. 149, no. 86. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903; 2 c. Sept, 24, 1903. 56531 
v. 149, no. 87. Friday, Sept. 25, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. " 56532 
v. 149, no. 88. Saturday, Sept. 26, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 56533 
y. 149, no. 89. Sunday, Sept, 27, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. * 
y. 149, no. 90. Monday 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 
v. 149, no. 91. Tuesday 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. " 
y. 149, no. 92. Wednesday, Sept. 

30, 1903. 2 c. Sept, 30, 1903. " 56537 
v. 149, no. 93. Thursday, Oct. 1, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56538 
y. 149, no. 94. Friday, Oct, 2, 1903. 

2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 56539 
y. 149, no. 95. Saturday, Oct. 3, 

1903. 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 56540 

The Philadelphia inquirer company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 45875-45888, Jan. 

7, 1903. 

Philadelphia journal, y. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56541 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. B 

57714, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Phrenological (The) journal, v. 116, no. 

4. Oct., 1903. 56542 

Fowler & Wells co., New York, X. Y. 

B 42294, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Phono-meter (The), v. 7, no. 10. Oct., 

1903. 56543 

George Andrew Lewis, Detroit, Mich. 

B 40197, Dec. 13, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Pittsburg American, y. 2. no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56544 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57715, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Pittsburg journal, v. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56545 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57716, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Powers' street railway directory, v. 6, 

no. 3. July, 15, 1903. 56546 

The E. L. Powers co., New York, 

N. Y. B 57728, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

11, 1903. 



Puck. no. 1383. 

1903. 
no. 1384. 



1903. 



1903. 



no. 1385. 1903. 



no. 1386. 1903. 



no. 1387. 1903. 



2 c. Sept, 1, 

56547 

2 <?. Sept. 8, 1903. 

56548 

2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

56549 

2 c. Sept, 22, 1903. 

56550 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

56551 

Keppler and Schwarzmann, New 

York, N. Y. B 57544-57548, Sept. 1, 

1903. 

Quarterly (The) journal of economics. 

y. 17, no. 4. Aug., 1903. 56552 

Geo. H. Ellis co., Boston, Mass. B 

57704, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Railway and locomotive engineering, v. 

16, no. 9. Sept., 1903. ' 56553 

Agnus Sinclair company, New York, 

N. Y. B 43383, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

5, 1903. 

Railway machinery, v. 2, no. 11. Sept., 

1903/ 56554 

The Industrial press, New York, N. Y. 

B 49637, Mar. 12, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 12, 

1903; 1 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Sail and sweep, v. 2, no. 10. Oct., 1903. 

56555 
The sail and sweep publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. B 55193, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 
St. Louis American, v. 2, no. 5. 
1903. 



Sept., 
56556 



W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57719, Sept, 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 
St. Louis journal, v. 2, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56557 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

57720, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Seroco (The), v. 1, no. 10. 56558 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 57396, Aug. 28, 190*3; 2 c. 
Aug. 28, 1903. 

Southern (The) workman, v. 32, no. 10. 

Oct., 1903. 56559 

Hampton normal and agricultural 

institute, Hampton, Va. B 39808, Dec. 

11, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 
Star (The) monthlv. v. 10, no. 2. Sept., 

1903. 56560 

Hunter publishing company, Oak 

Park, 111. B 57813, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 9, 1903. 
Street railway journal, v. 22, no. 10. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 1 c. Sept, 12, 1903; 1 c. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 56561 
y. 22, no. 11. Sept, 12, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 56562 
v. 22, no. 12. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 56563 



190 



V. 35, No. 41 



PERIODICALS 



555 



Street railway journal — Continued. 

— v. 22, no. 13. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 56564 

McGraw publishing company, New- 
York, N. Y. B 55384-55387, July 1, 
1903. 

Sun (The) [daily], folio, New York. v. 

71, no. 20. Sundav. Sept. 20, 1908. 2 
c Sept. 21, 190.°.. 56566 

— y. 71, no. 21. Monday, Sept. 21, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ' 56567 

— y. 71, no. 22. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 22. 1903. * 56568 

— y. 71. no. 23. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 56569 

y. 71, no. 24. Thursday, Sept. 24, 

1903. 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. ' 56570 

v. 71. no. 25. Friday, Sept. 25, 1903. 

2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 56571 

— y. 71 , no. 26. Saturday, Sept. 26, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. * 56572 

— v. 71, no. 27. Sunday, Sept. 27, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903/ 56573 

— v. 71, no. 28. Monday, Sept. 28, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. * 56574 

— y. 71, no. 29. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. * 56575 

y. 71, no. 30. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 

56576 



Oct. 1, 
56577 

2, 1903. 
56578 



1903. 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

— y. 71, no. 31. Thursday. 
1903. 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

— y. 71, no. 32. Friday, Oct. 
2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

— y. 71, no. 33. Saturday, Oct. 3, 
1903. 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 56579 

The Sun printing and publishing as- 
sociation, New Y r ork, N. Y. B 44964- 
44977, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Sunday (The) post 

Sept. 8, 1903. 
Sept. 13, 1903. 

— Sept. 20, 1903. 

— Sept. 27, 1903. 



Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. 

56580 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

56581 
2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. 

56582 
2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

56583 
Post publishing company, Boston, 
Ma>s. B 54150-54153, June 15, 1903. 

Sunday ( The) school times, v. 45, no. 36. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 56584 



y. 45, no. 37. Sept. 12, 1903. 



56585 



Sept. 10, 1903. 

— y. 45, no. 38. Sept. 19, 1903. 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1903. 56586 

— y. 45, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 56587 

The Sunday school times co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 54524-54527, June 18, 
1903. 



Sunshine bulletin. 

Sept. 29, 1903. 

Mar., 1903. 

Apr., 1903. 

May, 1903. 

June, 1903. 

July, 1903. 



Sept., 1903. 
Oct., 1903. 



Feb., 1903. 2 ,■. 
56588 
2 c. Sept. 2;», pio;;. 

56589 
2 c. Sept. 20, L903. 

56590 
2 c. Sept. 20, 1903. 

56591 
2 c. Sept. 20, L903. 

56592 
2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

56593 
2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

56594 
2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

56595 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 56596 
Cynthia Westoyer Alden, New York, 
N. Y. B 47723-47731, Jan. 26, 1903. 

Tobacco leaf. no. 2010. Sept. 2, 1903. 



2 c. Sept. 4, 190c. 

— no. 2011. Sept. 9, 1903. 
11, 1903. 

— no. 2012. 
17, 1903. 

— no. 2013. 
25, 1903. 

— no. 2014. 
2, 1903. 



Sept. 16, 1903. 
Sept. 23, 1903. 
Sept. 30, 1903. 



56597 
2 c. Sept. 

56598 
2 c. Sept. 

56599 
2 c. Sept. 

56600 
2 c. Oct. 

56601 



Tobacco leaf publishing company, 
New Y r ork, N. Y. B 52228-52232, Apr. 
30, 1903. 

Trade (The) register, v. 21, no. 10. 
Sept. 5, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

56602 
1903. 2 c. 
56603 
c. 



?ept. 1: 



Sept, 19, 1903. 

56604 
Sept. 26, 1903. 2 c. 



y. 21, no. 11. 

Sept. 16, 1903. 
v. 21, no. 12. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 
y. 21, no. 13. 

Sept. 30, 1903. 56605 

Loyett M. 'Wood, Seattle, Wash. 

B 54615-54618, June 19, 1903. 

Virginia law register, y. 9, no. 5. Sept., 

1903. 56606 

J. P. Bell co., Lynchburg, Ya. B 

53012, May 19, 1903;' 2 c. Sept. 28.1003. 

Washington (The) times. no. 3374. 

Sept. 6, 1903. 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

56607 
no. 3381, Sept. 13, 1903. 2 e. Sept. 

14, 1903. 56608 
no. 3388. Sept. 20. 1903. 2 c. Sept. 

21, 1903. 56609 
no. 3395. Sept. 27, 1903. 2 e. Sept. 

28, 1903. 56610 

Frank A. Munsey, New Y'ork, N. Y. 

B 57635-57638, Sept. 5, 1903. 



! Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 17,314 



191 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copvright bv U. E. Acklev, Lestershire, N. Y. Class C, XXc, 
no. 54843. Sept. 16, 1903; 2 copies received Sept. 16, 1903." 



Acklev (XL E.), Lester- 
shire, N. Y. 
Way back in Pennsylvania; words and 
music by Ulysses E. Ackley. 56811 
C54843,Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 6, 1903. 
Adams (Joseph H.), Sutton, 
Coldfield, England. 
Adoration; song, music by Joseph H. 
Adams; words bv Mortimer Elliott. 

56612 
C 53544, Aug. 24, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 
Stars; song, music by Joseph H. Adams; 
words by Mortimer Elliott. 56613 

C53545,Aug.24,1903; 2c.Aug.24,1903. j 
Allyn (Eunice Gibbs), Du- 
buque, Iowa. 
Her one star; words and music bv Eunice 
Gibbs Allyn; male quartet. 56614 

C54719, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. | 
American music syndicate, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Girl (The) la militaire; words and music | 
by J. Arthur Nelson. 56615 ! 

C53101, Aug. 14,1903; 2c.Sept.l9,1903. ! 
I'll come back to claim you when the i 
leaves turn green; words and music by 
J. Arthur Nelson. 56616 

C53156, Aug. 1 5, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 9, 1903. 
Ascherber,' (E.) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Dream visions; (L'extase) song, words 
by Edward Teschemacher; music by 
Francis Thome; no. 1 in D flat. 
London, E. Asenerberg & co. 56617 
C54569, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 
Make me thine; (Ta levre est la lyre) 
English words by Edward Teschema- 
cher; music by Francois Thome; no. 1 
in C. London, E. Ascherberg & co. 

56618 
C54568, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 
no. 3 in E flat, London, E. Asch- 
erberg & co. 56619 
C54o67,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 



Ashdown (Edwin) ltd., 

London, England. 

No, not despairingly; soprano solo and 

chorus; words by Dr. Bonar; music by 

J. Christopher Marks, no. 88. Select 

sacred harmony. London, Edwin 

Ashdown, limited. 56620 

C53923, Aug.31,1903; 2 c.Aug.31,1903. 

Aubke (Henry F.), Alle- 
gheny, Pa. 
Compositionen fur gemischten chor von 
H. F. Aubke. 'YVeihnachts kantate; 
Christmas cantata. 56621 

C54932, Sept, 18, 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 8, 1903. 

Balliet (Letson), Baker City, 
Oreg. 
Baker (The) Citv herald march, by M. 
Arthur Power/ 56622 

C52971, Aug. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 2, 1903. 

Barnes (W. S.), Willmore, 

Miss. 

Fallen; words and music by W. S. Barnes. 

56623 
C54579, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Bartlett (Bettie Eleanor), Han- 
nibal, Mo. 
LI. H. S. two step; bv Bettie Eleanor 
Bartlett for piano. 56624 

C54844, Sept, 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 6, 1903. 

Beck (Laura Lee) & St. Wil- 
liams (J. L. ), Atlantic 
City, N. J. 
Sweet bunch of violets; words by Laura 
Lee Beck; music by J. L. St. Williams. 

56625 
C54580,Sept.l2,1903; 2c. Sept. 12.1903. 

Bennison (Olive Lim 
Ottumwa, Iowa. 
Dance (The) of the birds: two step, by 
Olive Lines Bennison lor piano. 56626 

C54933, Sept. 18, 1903; 2c. Sept. 18, 1803. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Berkeley (G. A.), Tbgus, Me. 
Berkeleyonian march; by G. A. Berkeley 
for military band. 56627 

C54583, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Bloom (Sol), New York, 

N. Y. 

Love in an orchard; or, The apple, apple, 

apple of my eye; words by Matt C. 

Woodward, music bv Ben M. Jerome. 

Sol Bloom, New York, N. Y. 56628 

C54848, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Bobbett & Kegrize, New York, 

N. Y. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit; words by Josephine 

Hamilton; music by Michael Kegrize. 

56629 
€54978, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Boniface, Xav. (Brother), Wor- 
cester, Mass. 
Ave Regina in B flat; for soprano, alto, 
tenor, and bass, by Bro. Boniface Xav. 

56630 
C54842, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Boosey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Overture, ocean pearls; arr. by Harry 
Prendiville, for military band. 56631 
C54752, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Pomp and Circumstance; military 
marches by Edward Elgar: op. 39. 
no. 2 in A minor; arrangement as a 
pianoforte duet by Adolf Schmid. 
London, Boosey & co. 56632 

C54895, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Bornemann (O.), Paris, 

France. 

Ave-Maria; pour soprano solo et choeur 

a 2 voix egales par Cesar Franck. 

Paris, O. Bornemann. 56633 

C51613,July20,1903;2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

3 voix, par Cesar Franck. Paris, 

O. Bornemann. 56634 

C 51614, July20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Gruss aus Yenedig; (Greeting from 

Venice) walzer fur pianoforte, von C. 

W. Feldmann: op. 156. Leipzig, 

Bosworth & co. 56635 

C 54570, Sept. 12,1 903 ; 2 c. Sept 4, 1903. 

Bote (Ed.) & Bock (G.>, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Waldhuttelein; " Hiittelein im grunen 
wald;" gedicht von Fr. Carl Ferber; 
fiir mannerchor im volkston compo- 
nirt von Hugo Jiingst: op. 84. Ber- 
lin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 56636 
C54815, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



Breitkopf & H artel, Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
An den konig; XL. ode (vers I bis 5) 
von Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock; 
komponiert fiir chor, sopransolo, 
orchesterund orgel, von Philipp Schar- 
wenka: op. 113; partitur. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 56637 

C54812, Sept . 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Zehn phantasiestiicke; fiir klavier von 

Paul Klengel: op. 35; heft 1 no. 1, 

Widmung. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 

Hartel. 56638 

C54824, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Leipzig, 
56639 



heft 2 no. 6, Nachtgruss 

Breitkopf & Hartel. 

C54825,Sept.l6,1903; 2c.Sept.l6,1903. 



Breon (Harry E. ), Axe Mann, 
Pa. 
Centre county march; for piano by Harry 
E. Breon. " 56640 

C54784, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Brown (Will M. S.), Wil- 
mington, Del. 
2nd mass in E flat; with Latin and Eng- 
lish text; music by Will M. S. Brown 
for mixed voices and piano. 56641 

C54838, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

CasaDotesio, Madrid, Spain. 
Venta (La) de Don Quijote; (L'auberge 
de Don Quichotte) comedia lirica en 
un acto para canto y piano ; ' ' Paroles, ' ' 
letra de Carlos Fernandez Shaw; tra- 
duction francaise de H. Audrain; mu- 
sica de Ruperto Chapi. Sociedad 
anonhna casa Dotesio. 56642 

C54814, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Chappell & co., London, 

England. 

Elves (The) wedding; intermezzo for 

pianoforte, composed by John Ansell. 

London, Chappell & co. 56643 

C54736, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

I hid my love; song, words by Clifton 

Bingham; music by Guy d'Hardelot. 

no. 3 in E flat. London, Chappell 

& co. 56644 

C54913, Sept, 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

In the tassel-time of spring; song, words 

by Robert Underwood Johnson; music 

by Liza Lehmann; no. 2 in E flat, 

London, Chappell & co. 56645 

C54475, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept, 11, 1903. 

Long ago in Egypt; song, words by Ethel 

Clifford; music by Liza Lehmann. 

London, Chappell & co. 56646 

C54737, Sept, 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



767 



ChappeU £ co., London, 

England. 

My little girlie: song in Lionel Monck- 

ton's musical play "A country girl:" 

-words by Leedham Bantock; music by 

Frank E. Tours. London, Chappell 

& CO. 56647 

C54738, Sept.] 5, 1008 ; 2c. Sept. 1 5, 1008. 

Three little maids; selection; arr. for or- 
chestra, by Charles J. Roberts. Lon- 
don, Chappell & co. 56648 
C54o02,Sept.ll,1903;2c.Sept.ll,1903. 

Colburn (L. E. ), Kansas Citv, 
Mo. 
Independent (The) ; march and two step, 
bv L. E. Colburn for piano. 56649 

. * C54940, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Coleman ( Harry) , Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
If I were loved; waltzes, by H. Engel- 
m ami; band arrangement; arr. by Jos. 
Weisenborn. 56650 

C54980, Sept. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Connahan (Charles Millard), 
Escanaba, Mich. 
Sweet Julia Monnahan; waltz ballad, 
words and music by Charles M. Conna- 
han. 56651 
C 51835, July 23, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Converse (Charles Crozat), 
High wood, N. J. 
America; a national hymn for mixed 
voices; words by S. F. Smith; music 
composed bv Charles Crozat Converse. 

56652 
027906, May 3 1,1902; 2 c.Aug. 14, 1903. 

Costallat &co., Paris, France. 
En voyage, suite complete d'orchestre, 
avec piano conducteur par Gabriel 
Marie. I, Le depart, prelude; II, Na- 
ples au matin, reverie; III, Sur les 
rails, scherzo; IV, Sur la hauteur, con- 
templation; V, Naples au soir tarent- 
elle. Paris, Costallat & co. 56653 
C54654, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 
Fete Alsacienne; morceau de genre, 
pour orchestre avec piano conducteur 
par Edmond Missa. Paris, Costallat 
& co. 56654 

C54653, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Cramer (J. B.) &co., limited, 
London, England. 
Gondola (The); a Venetian serenade, 
words by Irene Ralli ; music by Alberto 
Randegger, jr. no. 3 in E flat. Lon- 
don, J. B. Cramer & co., limited. 56655 
C54914, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 18, 1903. 
Valse, "Syringa;" by Gertrude Taylor; 
arr. by J. Ord Hume for band; journal 
no. 416. London, J. B. Cramer & 

co., limited. 56656 

C54897, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1 903. 



Curwen (J.) & suns, ltd., 
London, England. 

Ben-Hur, a dramatic cantata founded on 
Lew Wallace's novel; libretto and 
lyrics by M. C. Gillington; music l>\ 
Thomas Facer; old notation edition. 
Vocal score. London, J. Curwen & 
sons, ltd. 56657 

C 54255, Sept.5, 1903; 2c.Sept.l8,1903. 

Day (Clarence Munro), West 
Somerville, Mass. 
Keys (The) of the major scales and their 
signatures, by Clarence M. Day. 56658 
C54748, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Dean music co., Boston, 
Mass. 
Butterflies (schmetterlinge); by W. Lege: 
op. 59, no. 2; edited and fingered by 
Emil Midler, for piano: grade 3. 

56659 

C54944, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1908. 

Butterfly (The) (Schmetterling) ; by Gus- 

tav Merkel; op. 87, no. 4; edited and 

fingered bv Emil Merkel, for piano; 

grade 3. 56660 

C54941,Sept.l8,1903;2c.Sept,18,1903. 

Filena waltz; by J. C. Macv, for piano; 

grade I. 56661 

C54943,Sept,18,1903;2c.Sept.l8,1903. 

Little trooper march; by J. C. Macy, for 

piano; grade I. 56662 

C54942, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Decker (Harriett J. H.), 

Appleton, N. J. 

Trust to the Father's care; song and 

chorus, words and music by Harriett 

J. H. Decker. 56663 

C54494,Sept.ll,1903;2c.Sept.ll,1903. 

Decourcelle (Paul), Nice 
France. 
America; marche de H. Tellam. no. 9 
de neuf pieces extraites du repertoire 
de Monte-Carlo; arrangee pour Estu- 
diantina 2 mandolines, mandole, gui- 
tare et flute ad lib, par Albert de Cris- 
tofaro. Nice, Paul Decourcelle. 

56664 
C54650, Sept . 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1 903. 
Pour bercer ma mie; berceuse-serenade 
de H. Tellam. no. 8 de neuf pieces 
extraites du repertoire de Monte-Carlo; 
arrangee pour Estudiantina, 2 mando- 
lines, mandole, guitare et flute ad. lib, 
par Albert de Cristofaro. Nice, Paul 
Decourcelle. 56665 

C54651,Sept,14,1903;2c.Sept. 14,1903. 

Detmer ( Henry) , Chicago, 
111. 
Twilight; melody in B flat, by Robert 
Stronach, for piano. 56666 

C54928, Sept. 18,1903; 2c.Sept. 18,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OV TITLE ENTRIES 



Dillon (Anne Liguori),Che- 
noa, 111. 
Inspiration march; by Anne Lignori Dil- 
lon, for piano. 56667 
C 5461 7, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Dingman (Mrs. Wm. B. ), 

Rochester, X. Y. 

No baby like mine; w Drds and music by 

Mrs. W. B. Dingman; arr. by Mrs. 

Chas. S. Eisenbrey. * 56668 

C51244,Julyll,i903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Dance of the zephyrs; by Harry Pabst. 
no. 308, concert edition, for orchestra. 

56669 
C54715, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Forty songs by Johannes Brahms; ed- 
ited bv James Huneker, for low voice. 

56670 
C54702, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Lilac; by Anton Strelezki, for piano, 

four hands. 56671 

C54709, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, ^ 4, 1903. 

Ojala, part-song for women's voices with 
piano accompaniment; words by 
George Eliot in the "Spanish gypsy"; 
music by Patty Stair, no. 11152 Oliver 
Ditson co.'s octavo edition. 56672 

C54703, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Primroses; by Anton Strelezki, for piano, 

four hands! 56673 

C54707,Sept.l4,1903;2c,Sept,14,1903. 

Regatta (La) Veneziana, notturno no. 2 
from Soirees musicales de Rossini, by 
Gioachino Rossini; transcribed by 
Franz Liszt; edited by John Orth, for 
piano. 56674 

C54713,Sept.ll,1903;2c.Sept.l4,1903. 

Rigoletto, paraphrase on the quartet act 

3, by Giuseppe Verdi; transcribed by 

Franz Liszt; edited by August Spanuth 

for piano. 56675 

C54711 , Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Ringlet (The) (Das ringlein); song, by 
Frederic Chopin: op. 74, no. 14; tran- 
scribed by Franz Liszt; edited by 
August Spanuth. 56676 

C^4712,Sept.l4,1903;2c.Sept,14,1903. 

Romping; by Stepiin Esipoff for piano. 

56677 
C54714,Sept.l4,1903;2c.Sept,14,1903. 

Roses; by Anton Strelezki for piano, four 

hands/ 56678 

, C54708, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



Ditson (Oliver) Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Roses; four-part song for women's 

voices, by Gaston Borch: op. 75, no. 2. 

no. 11159, Oliver Ditson co.'s octavo 

edition. 56679 

C54704, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903 . 

Soldier's song; part song for men's voices; 
words by John G. Nieolay; music by 
Gaston Borch: op. 76, no. I. no. 11160. 
Oliver Ditson co.'s octavo edition. 

56680 
C54705, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Sunflowers; by Anton Strelezki for pia- 
no, four hands. 56681 
C54706, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

"Wedding (The) march; from the "Mid- 
summer Night's Dream," music (Hoch- 
zeitsmarsch aus dem sommernachts- 
traum) by Felix Mendelssohn: op. 61; 
edited by H. Clough-Leighter, for pia- 
no. 56882 
C54710, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Dressel (Constantine M. F. ), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Dressel' s method for violin or mandolin, 
by Constantine M. F. Dressel. 56683 

C 49811, June 12, 1903; 2 c.July 31, 1903. 

Dyer (W. J.) & bro., St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Barcarolle in A flat; piano solo by Adolph 
Jensen; revised and fingered by Wil- 
liam Mentor Crosse. * 56684 

C 54021, Sept. 1,1903; 2c.Sept. 14,1903. 

Canzonetta; piano solo, by Adolph Jen- 
sen: op. 42. no. 2; revised and fin- 
gered by William Mentor Crosse. 56685 

C 54024, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Humoresque in C; piano solo by Eduard 
Grieg: op. 6. no. 3; revised and fin- 
gered by William Mentor Crosse. 56686 

C 54023, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Menuett pompadour; piano solo by Paul 
Wachs; revised and fingered by Wil- 
liam Mentor Crosse. ' 56687 

C 54022, Sept. 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

My heart hath a song; for mezzo soprano 
or baritone; words bv Walter Robarts; 
music by W. Rhys-Herbert. 56688 

C53975,Sept.l,1903; 2c. Sept.14,1903. 

'Neath thy casement; song for high voice 
in A flat: words by Walter Robarts; 
music by W. Rhys-Herbert. 56689 

C 53973, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



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769 



Dyer (W. J.) & bro., St. 

Paul, Minn. 

'Neath thy casement; song for low voice 

in F; words by Walter Robarts; music 

by W. Rhys-Herbert. 56690 

C53974,Sept.l,1903;2c.Sept.l4,1903. 

Novelette chromatique in F sharp minor; 

piano solo by Eobert Schumann: op. 
21, no. 4; revised and lingered by Wil- 
liam Mentor Crosse. 56691 
C 54025, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c.Sept.14,1903. 

Edwards (H. J. ), Barnstajile, 

England. 

Life and light, song: words by Alfred 

Hyatt; music by Henry J. Edwards. 

no. I in E flat. London, Vincent 

music co., ltd. 56692 

C54635, Sept, 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Eisoldt & Rohkramer, Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Neuer lebrgang des klavierspiels; erlau- 
tert durch eine abhandlung iiber die 
leitenden grundsiitze in form einer 
broschiire, von Eugen Tetzel. Ber- 
lin, Eisoldt & Rohkrarner. 56693 
C54559, Sept, 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Elkin & co., ltd., London, 
England. 
Lights (The) of home; song, words by 
Helen Marion Burnside; music by 
Robert Eden. no. I in E flat. Lon- 
don, Elkin & co., ltd. 56694 
C 53905, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 25, 1903. 

Two poems; by Cyril Scott: op. 24, no. 1; 

voices of vision. London, Elkin & 

co., ltd. 56695 

C54875,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l6,1903. 

no. 2; Willows. London, Elkin & 

co., ltd. 56696 

C54876, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Empire music co.,Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Berlin (The); march and two-step, com- 
posed by Emil Ascher for piano. 56697 
C 54587, Sept. 8,1903; 2 c. Sept, 8,1903. 

Rose of love; valse intermezzo by W. A. 

Pratt for piano. " 56698 

C 54586, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 

Danses Alsaciennes; par Charles Levade 

Le recueil complet, piano seul. Paris, 

Enoch & cie. * 56699 

C54960, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Petite annonce; valse lente pour piano, 

musique de Rodolphe Berger. Paris, 

Enoch & cie. 567C0 

C54551, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Fariss (II. II.), Dallas. Tex. 
Sweetheart; song, by II. II. Fariss in key 
of B Hat. 56701 

C54981,Sept.l9,1903;2c.8ept.l9,1903. 

Feist (Leo), New York, N.V. 
Bajadere (The); valse impromptu by 
Jaques Mendelsohn for piano. 56702 

C54604,Sept.l2,1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Dance of the sparrows; characteristic, by 
B. Richmond; arr. by Louis Tocaben 
for 1st mandolin. 56703 

C54597,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Eat, drink and be merry; by Geo. R. 

Wilson; arr. by Louis Tocaben for 1st 

mandolin. 56704 

C54596,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Echoes of love; waltzes by Roi Ferrari; 
arr. by Louis Tocaben for 1st mando- 
lin. * 56705 
C 54595, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12,1903. 

Goblin's hop; by Jaques Mendelsohn for 
piano. 56706 

C 54602, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Guiding star; reverie by Kathleen A. 

Roberts for piano. 56707 

C54608,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Has your mother any more like you? by 
Robert A. Keiser; arr. by Louis Toca- 
ben for 1st mandolin. 56708 

C 54599, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Her debut; waltz by Jaques Mendelsohn 

for piano. 56709 

C 54603, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Here's to the old folks at home; by An- 
drew B. Sterling; arr. by Louis Toca- 
ben, for 1st mandolin. 56710 

C54590, Sept. 12, 1 903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 

If you're such a great star, why don't 
vou shine; song by Irving Jones. 

56711 
C54907, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

In sunny Africa; by Ted S. Barron: arr. 
by Louis Tocaben, for 1st mandolin. 

56712 
C54598, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Just before the dawn; words by B. A. 
Myers; music by Oscar Luckstone. 

56713 
C54611,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Let me in, dat's all; words by Felix F. 
Feist; music by Ted S. Barron. 56714 

C54610, Sept . 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 



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770 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Feist (Leo), New York, N.Y. 
Little Dolly Driftwood; by Vivian Grey; 
arr. bv Louis Tocaben, for 1st mando- 
lin. 56715 
C54593, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

"Lorna Doone " in melody and rhyme; 

words by Carroll Fleming; music bv 

Tony Stanford. 56716 

C54606, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Mrs. Sippi; an American intermezzo two- 
step, by J. C. Russick for piano. 56717 
C54908, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

"My little Zu-oo-oo-lu;" words by Felix 
F. Feist; music bv Ted S. Barron. 

56718 
C54607, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

On a starry night; by Felix F. Feist; arr. 
by Louis Tocaben for 1st mandolin. 

56719 
C54591, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Roman (The) charioteer; march by Park 

Clifford; arr. by Louis Tocaben for 1st 

mandolin. 56720 

C54594, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Sadi; a dance of the East, by Charles A. 

Prince; arr. by Louis Tocaben for 1st 

mandolin. 56721 

C54592, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Spooning; a love whisper; by Edward V. 

Cupero for piano. 56722 

C54605, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Sweetheart! lov'd heart! words and music 

by Edward Brigham. 56723 

C54609, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

When the mocking birds are singing; 
words and music bv John Allen. 

56724 
C54909, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept, 17, 1903. 



Fenster 



Fruit- 



(Theo. I.), 
vale, Cal. 
Perpetuator (The); march and two-step, 
by Theo. I. Fenster for pinno. 56725 
~C 54183,Sept.4,1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903. 

Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Angelus ( L' ) ; by Chas. Gounod ; arr. by 

Gus. Sanger for 2 violins and piano. 

56726 
C 54490, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Bright star of hope, romance from 1' Eclair 

by Halevv; arr. bv L. P. Laurendeau 

for baud/ 56727 

C 54488, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1903. 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Melancolie (La), air varie, by Prume 

Hartmann; arr. by Paul de Ville for 

band. 56728 

C 54487, Sept, 1 1903; 2 c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Pifferari (Les); by Chas. Gounod; arr. 
bv Gus Saenger for 2 violins and piano. 

56729 
C 54489,Sept,l, 1903; 2c. Sept, 1, 1903. 

Regrets d'amour; by W. W. Bright; arr. 

by Paul de Yille for band. 56730 

C 54486, Sept. 1,1903: 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Fischer (Charles M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Funny (The) old clown; march and two 
step, by Charles M. Fischer, for piano. 

56731 
C 52330, Aug. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Fischer (J.) & brother, New 
York, N. Y. 
i Alice; waltz for piano by G. F. Alice 
Lagarde: op. 10. no. 3. 56732 

C 54789, Sept, 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Allegro moderato in G; for the organ by 

G. Waring Stebbins. 56733 

C54623, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

I Alma; polka for piano by G. F. Alice 

Lagarde: op. 10. no. 5." 56734 

C 54790, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Ave Maria; duet or chorus for female 
voices, by A. H. Rose wig; arr. by Vic- 
tor Hammerel. 56735 
C54618, Sept. 12, 1903 ;2c.Sept. 12, 1903. 

Ecce panis; duet or chorus for female 

voices, by L. Fick ; arr. for 2 voices by 

Victor Hammerel. 56736 

C54619, Sept. 1 2, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Mario; gavottina for piano, by G. F. 

Alice Lagarde: op. 10. no. 1. 56737 

C 54786, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept.5, 1903. 

Melody for piano; by G. F. Alice La- 
garde: op. 10. no. 2. 56738 
C 54787, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Offertories for the Sundays in Advent; 

from J. Gruber: op. 95; edited by E. J. 

Biedermann, for soprano, alto, tenor, 

bass. 56739 

C 54621, Sept, 12, 1903; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

Olga; petite barcarolle for piano byG. F. 

Alice Lagarde: op. 10. no. 4. 56740 

C 54788, Sept. 15,1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Petit Trianon gavotte; for piano by G. 

Ferrata: op. 13. no. 4. 56741 

C 54785, Sept, 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



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771 



Fischer (J.) & brother, New 
York, N. Y. 
Tantum ergo; by [gnatius M. Wilkens, 
for four mixed voices. 56742 

C54622,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept. 12,1903; 

Flagge (Albert H.), New 
Berlin, 111. 
Longing for mother; words and music bv 
Albeit II. Flagge. 5674*3 

C 54969, Sept. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Furstner (Adolph), Berlin, 
Germany. 
Taillefer: ballade von Ludwig Uhland; 
fur chor, soli und orchester komponiert 
von Richard Strauss: op. 52; Englische 
uebersetzung von Dr. Paul England; 
orchester-partitur mit deutsch-eng- 
lischem text. Berlin, Adolph Furstner. 

56744 
C 54558, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Gallup (William Lewis), 

Kahoka, Mo. 

Paint a picture of the dear old home; 

song with waltz refrain; words by Wm. 

L. Gallup; music bv M. W. Butler. 

56745 
C54836, Sept. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

General music co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Charge (The) at San Juan; march and 

two' step, by Lizzie Mae Felker for 

piano. 56746 

C 54934, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Gordon ( Hamilton S. ) , New 

York, N. Y. 

Squirrel (The) parade; march two step; 

arr. for militarv band, bv Everett J. 

Evans. 56747 

C54507, Sept. 1 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 7, 1903. 

Grosjean (H. R.), Terre 
Haute, Ind. 
Memories of home; an evening medita- 
tion by H. R. Grosjean for piano. 

56748 
C54845, Sept. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept, 16, 1903. 

Hain (Joseph L. ), United 
States. 
Only a smile; words and music by Joseph 
L. Hain. 56749 

C 54354, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Winona dreams; by Horace Geiger; vio- 
lin obligato. ' 56750 
C 54266, Sept, 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Song and refrain ; words by Efhe S. 

Black; music by Horace Geiger. 56751 

C 54256, Aug.27, 1903, 2 c. Aug.27, 1903. 



Hansen ( Wilhelm), Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Bunte blatter; sechsleicntevortragsstiicke 

furdievioline, erste lage, mil begleitung 

des pianoforte; componiii von Gustav 

Hollaender: op. 61. do. 1; IVIenuett. 

Leipzig, Wilhelm Hansen, musik-ver- 

lag. 56752 

O54818,Sept.l6,1903;2c.Sept.l6,1903. 

no. 2; Lied ohne worte. Leipzig, 

Wilhelm Hansen, musik-verlag. 56753 
C54819,Sept.l6,1903;2c.Sept.l(),19(K > >. 

no. 3; Serenata. Leipzig, Wil- 
helm Hansen, musik-verlag. 56754 
C54820,Sept,16,1903;2c.Sept.l6,li)03. 

no. 4; Gebet, Leipzig, Wilhelm 

Hansen, musik-verlag. 56755 

C54821, Sept, 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

no. 5; Gondellied. Leipzig, Wil- 
helm Hansen, musik-verlag. 56756 
C54822, Sept, 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

no. 6; Unterder dorflinde. Leip- 
zig, Wilhelm Hansen, musik-verlao-. 

56757 
C54823, Sept. 1 6, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 16, 1903. 

Harmonie, Berlin, Germany. 

Pensions -geheimnisse; text von Eddy 

Beuth; musik von Martin Knopf. 

Berlin, verlag Harmonie. 56758 

C54887, Sept. 17, 1 903 ; 2c. Sept, 17, 1903. 

Harrell (Lee) publishing co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Valesca; mazurka caprice, for pianoforte, 
by S. F. Hirtz. 56759 

C54927,Sept,17,1903;2c.Sept,17,1903. 

Harris (Chas. K. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Ella Wheeler Wilcox waltzes; bv Rollin 
W. Bond for piano. ' 56760 

C 53145, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

Kitty (The) and the owl; words and 

music by Jos. E. Howard. 56761 

C54006,Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Sept.11,1903. 

Hartzell (Claude R. ), Hagers- 
town, Md. 
Sylvan dell; ragtime two step, composed 
and arr. bv Claude Hartzell for piano. 

56762 
C 54581 , Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c.Sept. 12, 1903. 

Heckart (J. W. ), New Castle, 
Pa. 
Heckart (The) brothers; two step, for 
pianoforte by Thos. F. Driscoll. 56763 
C 54841, Sept, 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Heinrichshofen's verlag, 

Magdeburg, Germany. 

Blumenhaus (Das); (The flower-house) 

ein altes volkslied, fur erne singstimme 

mit klavierbegleitung, neu componirt 

you Eugen Hildach ; fur hohe stimme, 

G dur. Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 

verlag. 56764 

C 54817, Sept, 1 6, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Hempel (R.), Atlantic City, 
N. J. 
Pride of Atlantic march; by Hilda Hem- 
pel for mandolin orchestra. 56765 
C53645, Aug. 19,1903; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. 

and two step for piano, bv Hilda 

Hempel. " 56766 

C54491, Sept, 4, 1903; 2c, Sept, 4, 1903. 

Hendricks (J. R. ), Spring- 
Held, 111. 
Ideal love waltzes; composed by J. R. 
Hendricks for piano. 56767 

C54578, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

Heutrich (Chas. E. ), Ottawa, 
111. 
Castle hall; march and two step, com- 
posed by Charles E. Hentrich for 
piano. 56768 

C 42034, Feb. 6,1903; 2 c. Aug. 20,1903. 

Hepker (C. F.), Wellsville, 
X. Y. 
Reporter march and two step; by Chas. 
F. Hepker for piano. 56769 

C 54930, Sept, 18, 1903; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 

Boosey's supplemental military journal 

no. 441. Fantasia, " Yedda," Japanese 

ballet, bv O. Metra; arr. by Kappey. 

Paris, Heugel & cie. 56770 

C54655, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Himmelman (Chas.) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Possum and taters; for orchestra by Chas. 
Hunter. " 56771 

C 54905, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Rag time cadets; for orchestra, bv John 

Martin. * 56772 

C54612,Sept,12,1903;2c,Sept.l2,1903. 

Social butterfly; two-step by J. Martin 

for piano. 56773 

C54906, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Under Egyptian skies; for orchestra by 

Warren Wainwright. 56774 

C546l3 l Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept,12,1903. 

Hoff ( William C. ) , Yonkers, 

N. Y. 

Corona song book ; by William C. Hoff. 

56775 
A65002,July28, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Hortiz (Jos. F.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Birds (The) will come again; words by 
Frank Dumont; music by Jos. F. Hor- 
tiz. 56776 
C 54004, Sept, 1, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

While the band is playing Dixie; guitar 

and mandolin arrangement, bv Jos. F. 

Hortiz. 56777 

C 54125, Aug.21, 1903; 2c. Aug.21, 1903. 

Howley, Haviland & Dres- 
ser, New York, N. Y. 
Across the bar; words and music by Rich- 
mond F. Hoyt. 56778 
C54589, Sept, 1 2, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Buzzin' around; song, words and music 

by Paul Barnes. 56779 

*C 54363, Sept. 9, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19,1903. 

General Hardtack on guard; song, words 

and music, by Dave Reed, jr. 56780 

C 54588, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c, Aug. 29, 1903. 

Royal (The) crocodile; song, words by 

Edward Madden; music bv Theodore 

F. Morse. 56781 

C 54020, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Wise (A) old owl; song, words by Ed- 
ward Madden; music bv Theodore F. 
Morse. 56782 

C 5401 7, Sept, 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Huff ( A.C.) , Bethlehem, Pa, 
Belle of society; march and two step by 
Clarence D. Heller for piano. 56783 
C 54492, Sept. 11, 1903; 2c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Hug (Gebriider) & co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Beliebte chore; fur vierstimmigen man- 
nergesang von Gottfried Angerer: op. 
119; Vesper; gedicht von Rudolf 
Brendli; " Yesperglockleins helles klin- 
gen." Leipzig, Gebriider Hug &co. 

56784 
C548S4,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept,17,1903. 

Marchen (Das) von Mummelsee; gedicht 

von A. Schnezler; fiir mannerchor, 

componirt von Friedrich Hegar: op. 33. 

Leipzig, Gebriider Hug & co. 56785 

C54894,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

Neue mannerchore, von Carl Attenhofer: 
op. 118, no. 1; Zum wandern; gedicht 
von Peter Hennig; " Ich hatt' ein mad- 
chen gerne." Leipzig, Gebriider 
Hug & co. 56786 

C 54889, Sept, 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

— no. 2; Geheimnis; gedicht von Jul. 
Gersdorff ; "Wo ich ein susses liebchen 
hab." Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & co. 

56787 
C 54890, Sept. 1 7, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 17, 1903. 



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773 



Hug (Gebruder) & co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Neue raannerchore, von Carl Attenhofer: 
op, 118, no. 3; Per spielmann ist da: 
gedieht von Otto Hausmann; "Lustig 
schreit' ich ohne sorgen." Leipzig, 
Gebruder Hug & co. ' 56788 

C54891,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

no. 4: Standchen; gedieht von Hugo 

Salus; •■ Ich hab 1 die gauze fruhlings- 

nacht." Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & 

co. 56789 

C54892,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

Waldweben; gedieht von Georg Steiger; 
fur mannerehor, componirt von Peter 
Gast ( Gustav Weber: op. 13a). Leip- 
zig. Gebruder Hug & co. 56790 
C 54893, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Jaberg (Geo.) music com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
All hands to the life boat; quartet for 
male voices, with piano accompani- 
ment; words bv Harry Gould; music 
by P. C. Stephens. 56791 

C54772,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 

Be happy to-night, dear neighbors; quar- 
tet for mixed voices, with piano accom- 
paniment; words bv Marion Dupont; 
music by P. C. N. York. 56792 

C 54774, Sept, 15, 1903; 2c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Beneath the unknown deep; song for 

baritone or bass; words and music bv 

E. G. Richland. 5679*3 

C54777,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 

Come tell us merry birds; vocal duet, 

words bv E. G. Richland; music bv 

P. C. X. York. 56794 

C 54776, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Eldorado: new Spanish waltzes for piano, 

by Eva Cole. 56795 

C 54760, Sept, 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Farewell companions dear; words by 

M. X. Jodrv; music bv P. F. del 

Campiglio. 56796 

C54781,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 

Flags and flowers; a children's greeting; 
a service for children's day; words 
compiled by Susie Aiken VVinold; mu- 
sic composed bv P. F. del Campiglio. 

56797 
C54771,Sept,15,1903;2c.Sept,15,1903. 

Heaven hath shed a tear; sacred song; 

words bv D. C. Starr; music by Paul 

Camp. ' * 56798 

C 54765, Sept, 15, 1 903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

I am the goldenrod; words and music by 
Lydia M. MeGranahan. 56799 

C54754,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept. 15,1903. 



Jaberg (Geo.) music com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
I wonderwhy; children's son-; words by 
J. J. Jenkins; music by Jos. M. White. 

56800 
C54757,Sept.l5, 1903:2c. Sent. 15, L903. 

Lady (A) like Mamma; children's song; 

words by J. Jenkins; music bv Jos. M. 

White. ' 56801 

C54763,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 

Lady of the White House; inarch and 
two step for piano, by Chas. R. Mosby. 

56802 

C 54764, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Life's dream is o'er; vocal duet, words by 
J. Lvle; music by P. F. Stephens. 

56803 
C54761, Sept, 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Lindy and Davy's courtship; vocal duet, 

words by J. J. Jenkins; music by Paul 

Camp. " ^56804 

C54766, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Moonlight on the lake; barcarolle for 

mixed voices; words by M. X. Jodry; 

music by P. C. Stephens. 56805 

C54770, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Night (The) birds call; quartet for mixed 

voices, with piano accompaniment; 

words by J. A. Howard; music by P. 

C. York. 56806 

C54773, Sept- 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

On the race course; music by Fernio; 
quartet for mixed voices with piano ac- 
companiment. 56807 
C54768, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Only thee; vocal duet, words bv J. Lyle; 

music by P. F. Stephens. 56808 

C54780, Sept. 1 5, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Rescued; vocal duet, words bv M. C. 

Jones; music by P. C. York. * 56809 

C54779, Sept, 1 5, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Restless sea; vocal duet, words by Marion 
Dupont; music bv P. C. Stephens. 

56810 

C54778,Sept.l5, 1903; 2c.Sept. 15,1903. 

Some dav, dear Allie, you'll woo; words 
and music bv R. T. Wallace. 56811 
C54759, Sept, 1 5, 1 903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 5, 1903. 
Song of welcome; words by M. X. Jodry; 
music bv P. F. del Campiglio. 56812 
C54767, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 
Springtime; for piano by "Walter If. Ar- 
nold. 56813 
C54762,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 
Sweet good night; quartet for mixed 
voices; words by M. Cordon; music 
bv Paul Camp. * 56814 
C54753,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l5,1903. 



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Jaberg (Geo.) music com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
When life is brightest; vocal duet; words 
by J. Findley; music by Jos. Martin. 

56815 
C54758, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Whippoorwill's song; music by Fermo; 

quartet for mixed voices, with piano 

accompaniment, 56816 

C54769, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Jacobs ( Walter) , Boston, 

Mass. 

Chirpers (The); morceau characteristic 

by Chas. Frank; Jacobs' publications 

for orchestra. 56817 

C54802, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Dashing trooper; march and two step, by 

G. H. Wilder; Jacobs' publications for 

band. 56818 

C54799, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

For the flag; military march and two step 
by J. Bode wait Lampe; Jacobs' publi- 
cations for band. 56819 
C54804, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

for orchestra. 56820 

C54805, Sept, 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Hoe-cake shuffle; a Virginia dance by 

Claudia Jenkins; Jacobs' publications 

for band. 56821 

C54803, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

Marconigram (The) ; march and two step 
by Thos. S. Allen for banjo solo. 

56822 
C54808,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept,12,1903. 

for guitar solo. 56823 

C54807,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

for mandolin solo. 56824 

C54810, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

for piano solo. 56825 

C54809, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Palms (The); by Faure; paraphrase, by 

R. E. Hildreth; Jacobs' publications for 

band. 56826 

C54798, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Pride of the prairie; march and two step 
by Walter Rolfe; arr. by P. E. Hil- 
dreth for 1st mandolin or violin. 56827 
C54806, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Real reels; fine old favorites, set I, arr. 
by R. E. Hildreth; Jacobs' publica- 
tions for orchestra. 56828 
C54801, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Tiptopper (A); march and two step by 

W. A. Corey; banjo solo. 56829 

C54791, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Jacobs (Walter), Boston, 
Mass. 
Tiptopper (A); march and two step by 
W. A. Corey; guitar solo. 56830 

C54792, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

mandolin solo. -56831 

C54794, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

piano solo. 56832 

C54793, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Treasure-trove; waltzes by W. K. Whit- 
ing; Jacobs' publications for orchestra. 

56833 
C54800, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Zulu moon dance; a midnight diversion 

by H. F. Odell; arr. by Walter Jacobs 

for guitar solo. 56834 

C54797, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

banjo solo. 56835 

C54795, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

for 1st mandolin or violin. 56836 

C54796, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Janin freres, Lyon, France. 
Mazurka; pour piano par J. Vogel: op. 
22. Lyon, Janin freres. 56837 

C54886,Sept, 17,1903; 2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

Tarentelle; pour piano par J. Vogel: op. 

10. Lyon, Janin freres. 56838 

C54885,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

Jenkins (J. W. ) sons music 

co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Go home; song, by Monroe H. Rosenfeld. 

56839 
C54601 , Sept. 1 2, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Jodrv (M. N.), Sardinia, 
Ohio. 
In the springtime; song composed bv 
M. N. Jodry. 56840 

C54783,Sept.l5,1903;2c.Sept,15,1903. 

Love's greeting; polka for piano, by M. 

N. Jodry. 56841 

C54782, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Jones ( J. A.) , Dartford, Wis. 
Swvnol ganiadau; gan y Parch J. A. 
Jones. 56842 

A68523, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Kami & Bluemel music co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Vorzugliche compositionen (Excellent 
compositions) instructiv und mit finger- 
satz versehen fur das pianoforte compo- 
nirt von Richard Gunther: op. 29 Sechs 
characterstiicke i. <&> schliissel nos. 1 & 
2 Schiiferlied und Mxen-Reigen (Shep- 
herd song and Dance of the nymphs). 

56843 
C54951, Sep 1. 19, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 



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i ... 



Kami & Bluemel music co., 
Milwaukee. Wis. 
Yorziigliehe compositioneD | Excellent 
coin positions | instruetivund mit tinger- 
sat/. versehen tin- das pianoforte compo- 
nirt von Richard Gunther: op. 29. Secha 
characterstucke i. 4 schliissel nos. 3 & 
4 Friihlings-lied & Nussknacker-walzer 
Spring son-: and Nut-cracker waltz). 

56844 
C54"52, Sept. 19. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

nos. 5 cSc Marsch d. zinnsoldaten 

I Easter rabbit gavot & March of the tin 

soldiers). 56845 

C54953.Sept.l9,1903;2c.Sept.l9,1903. 

op. 30 Sieben characterstucke. no. 

1. Auf der wiese (On the meadow). 

56846 
C54950, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 2. Gnomen-polka (Dance of the 

gnomes). 56847 

C 54959, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 3. Unter der linde (Under the 

linden). 56848 

( 54958, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 4. Hans imgliick(Luckv John). 

56849 
C54954, Sept. 19, 1003 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 5. Maikiitzchen (Pussy-willow) 

56850 
C 54955, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 6. Der kleine giinse dieb (Puss- 

in-boots). 56851 

C 54956, Sept. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19. 1903. 

no. 7. Kleines fischermadchen (Lit- 
tle tishermaid, rondino). 56852 
C54957,Sept.l9,1903;2c.Sept.l9,1903. 

Koninsky (Edw. M.) and 
bros., Troy, X. Y. 
On to victory; march and two step, by 
Jerome Hartman for piano. 56853 

C52571, Aug.5,1903; 2c. Sept. 16,1903. 

Krasselt (Otto), Athens, Ga. 
Why have we not met before; sentimen- 
tal waltz ballad; words and music, bv 
Otto Krasselt. 56854 

C 54775, Sept. 15, 1 903 : 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Lehman (Fred M.), New 
London, Ind. 
From pulpit to torment: by F. M. Leh- 
man. 56855 
A67334,Aug.31,1903;2c.Aug.l9,1903. 

Leonard (John F. ), Salmon 
Arm, B. C, Canada. 
Lights of the north; valse by John F. 
Leonard for piano. 56856 

C54576,Sept.l2 ; 1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 



Leonard & CO., London, 

England. 

Down by the river, my darling; song in E 

flat, word.- by Percy.). Barrow; music 
by Joscelyn Noel. London, Leonard 
cv. co. 56857 

C 53903, May 6. 1903; 2 c. May 6, 1903. 

Old Happy-go-Lucky; song in C, words 
by Edward Oxenford; music by Josce- 
lyn Noel. London. Leonard & co. 

56858 
C 53904, May 6,1903; 2 c. May 6,1903. 

Since last we met; song, words by J. 
Anthony McDonald; music by Vivian 
Grey. London, Leonard &Yo. 

56859 
C 54827, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 

"Where thy heart reposes; (Oil ton coeur 
se pose) chansonette, words from Vic- 
tor Hugo; trans, by Frederick Edwards: 
music by Kent Sutton. London, 

Leonard & Co. 56860 

C 54828, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Levin (Mever), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Fadettes (The) of Boston; march com- 
posed by Joseph A. Pasternack for pi- 
ano. 56861 
C 54829, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Original (The) Hungarian czardas: com- 
posed for pianoforte, by J. A. Paster- 
nack: op. 46, no. I: Mever Levin's edi- 
tion. 56862 

C 54479, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9,1903. 

Luckhardt's musik-verlag 
( Kobert Lebrecht) , Stutt- 
gart, Germany. 
Berg-hymne; gedicht vom komponisten 
fur mannerchor und orchester, blas- 
musik oder klavier, komponiert von 
Theodor Podbertsky: op. 120: orches- 
ter-stimmen. 56863 

C 54813, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

JSeue werke; fiir gemischten chor mit 
orchester oder pianoforte begleitung 
no. 4; Dasmeer; gedicht v. Dr. Gassert; 

fiir bariton-solo, gemischien chor und 
klavierbegleitung. musik von Job. Die- 
bold: op. 90. Stuttgart, Luckhardt's 
musik-verlag, Robert Lebrecht. 56864 

C54816, Sept. 16. 1 903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 6, 1903. 

Lvdick (E. B.), Pittsburg, 
Pa. 
My darling waits for me above; words 
and music by Ernest P>. Lvdick. 56865 



C5494S,Sept.l8,1903;2c.Sept.lS,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Lvdick (E. B.), Pittsburg, 
Pa. 
Tramps' (The) heaven; words and music 
by Ernest B. Lvdick. 56866 

"C54945,Sept.i8,1903;2c.Sept.l8,1903. 

" Turn out the gas," words and music by 

Ernest B. Lydick. 56867 

C54946, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Way (The) she stops a car; words and 

music by Ernest B. Lydick. 56868 

C54947, Sept. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Mabie (Louis Ferris), Peek- 
skill, N. Y. 
Mohegan victorious; march and two-step; 
music bv Louis Ferris Mabie for piano. 

56869 
C54746, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

McKinley music company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Merry (The) sleighing party; descriptive 

composition for the piano, bv Eugene 

Walters. 56870 

C54973, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Eock of Ages; transcription for the piano, 

by Frederic Lewis. 56871 

C 54972, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Sweet azure violets; song, words and mu- 
sic by Charles Bishop. 56872 
C54971,Sept.l9,1903;2c.Sept,19,1903. 

Maltby (C. O.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
This blessed hope; words and music bv 
C. O. Maltby. 56873 

C 51994, July 25, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Merrimac music publishing 
co., Lowell, Mass. 
Queen (The) of flowers; waltzes for piano- 
forte, by E. J. Mills. 56874 
C 54837, Sept, 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Molineux (George), New 
York, N. Y. 
And the angel said unto them ; Christmas 
anthem, by T. D. Williams: op. 47. 

56875 
C 53836, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Cinderella; schottische, by H.'Engelmann 

for piano. 56876 

'C 13829, Sept. 28, 1901 ; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

Hark! hark! the notes of joy; Christinas 

anthem, by J. W. Lerman. 56877 

C 53826, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Hark the glad sound; Christmas anthem; 

words by Philip- Doddridge; music by 

J. W. Lerman. 56878 

C52123,July28,1903;2c.Sept.l6,1903. 



Molineux (George), New 

York, N. X. 

Jesus the son is born; Christmas anthem, 

composed by David W. Phillips, for 

soprano, alto, tenor and bass. 56879 

C53832, Aug. 28, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Eed Riding Hood waltz; by H. Engel- 

mann for piano. 56880 

C 13837, Sept. 28, 1901 ; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1903. 

Moore (James A.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
If I only had the money that I owe; 
words bv James A. Moore; music bv 
Wm. Winford. 56881 

C549 70, Sept, 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Mouquet ( Jules) , Paris, 
France. 
Au village; esquisse symphonique, par 
Jules Mouquet: op. II; partition d'or- 
chestre. Paris, Bellon, Ponscarme 
& cie. 56882 

C54652, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Mustel & fils, Paris, France. 
Romance sans paroles; oeuvre originale 
pour orgue Mustel par Joseph Bizet: 
op. 16. Paris, Mustel pere & fils. 

56883 
C54649, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Needham ( W. L.) & Simonds 
(W. N.), Chicago, 111. 
Uncle Sam's invitation, march and two- 
step, bv W. L. Needham for piano. 

56884 
C54716, Sept, 14, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Nichols bros., Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 
Cornell student; march and two-step, by 
Carroll L. Nichols for piano. 56885 
C 541 19, Sept. 1,1903; 2c. Aug. 17,1903. 

Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Barcarolle, by Charles Hoby. no. 729. 
Novel lo's school songs; edited by W. 
G. McNaught. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 56886 

C 54644, Sept, 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Boys of our empire, unison patriotic song; 
words by A. M. Keen; composed by 
Walter Brooks, no. 767. Novello' s 
school songs. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 56887 

C 54643, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Break forth into joy; anthem for bari- 
tone solo and chorus, with an alterna- 
tive ending for use at harvest-tide; 
composed by H. Elliot Button, for 
soprano, alto, tenor and bass. no. 744. 
Novello' s octavo anthems. London, 
Novello & co., limited. 56888 

C 53542, Aug. 24, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 24, 1903. 



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Novello <& co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
fDlouds o'er the summer sky: two-part 
canon; words by Fritz P>. Hart; com- 
posed by Gustav von Hoist, no. 760. 
Novello's school songs. London, 

Novello & oo., limited." 56889 

C54879,Sept. 17,1903; 2c.Sept.l7,1903. 

Far down the ages now; anthemfor gen- 
eral use; words by Horatius Bonar; 
composed by Arthur C. Eduards, for 
mixed voices and organ. London, 
Novello & co., limited. 56890 

C53928, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Harvest home! two-part song, composed 

by Percy E. Fletcher. London, 

Novello & co., limited. 56891 

C53926, Aug.31, 1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, set to mu- ■ 
sic in the key of B flat, by J. Chris- 
topher Marks. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 56892 

C54642, Sept, 14, 1903; 2c.Sept.l4,1903. 

Minnesinger's (The) gift; two-part song, | 
words by Longfellow; composed by G. 
Rathbone. Novello's school songs, 
no. 761. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 56893 

C 53927, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903. 

Nicene (The) creed; in monotone with 

organ accompaniment, by J. Varley ' 

Roberts, no. 168. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 56894 

C54880, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Nocturne in A; composed by William 
Faulkes; no. 29. The recital series of 
original compositions for the organ; I 
edited by Edwin H. Lemare. Lon- ; 
don, Novello & co., limited. 56895 

C54878,Sept.l7,1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Saltellato — caprice; for violin and piano- 
forte; composed by Alberto Randegger, 
jr.: op. 17, no. 2. London, Novello 
& co., limited. 56896 

C 53543, Aug. 24, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Song (A) of summer; (Pfingsten) part- 
song; English words translated from 
the German of Fritz Rose, by Paul 
England; music composed by W. Von 
Moellendorff: op. 16. no. I. no. 925. 
Novello's part-song book, second series. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 56897 
C54637, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Three dances; arr. for pianoforte by 
Frank E. Tours, no. I. London, 
Novello & co., limited. 56898 

C54881,Sept.l7,1903; 2c.Sept.l7,1903. ! 



Novello & CO., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Three dances; arr. for pianoforte by 
Frank E. Tours. no. 2. London, 

Novello & co., limited. 56899 

C54882, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

no. 3. London, Novello & CO., 

limited. 56900 

C54883,Sept.l7,1903;2c.Sept.l7,190: > ,. 

Under the greenwood tree; two-part song; 
words by Shakespeare; composed by 
Charles Hoby. no. 728. Novello's 
school songs. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 56901 

C54645, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14,1903. 

War and peace; composed by C. Hubert 

H. Parry, for alto. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 56902 

C54639, Sept, 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1 903. 

for bass. London, Novello & co., 

limited. 56903 

C54641,Sept.l4,1903;2c.Sept.l4,1903. 

■ for soprano. London, Novello & 

co., limited. 56904 

C 54638, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903 . 

for tenor. London, Novello & co. , 

limited. 56905 

C 54640, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Novello, Ewer & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Office (The) of the Holv communion in 
C; by P. C. Lutkin. 56906 

C 54162, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

O. K. (The) music co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Joys of life; waltzes, by Jos. Gearen; 
orchestra arrangement, 56907 

C 54571, Aug.31,1903; 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 

Orpheus music publishing co., 
London, England. 
That midsummer night; (Jene sommer- 
nacht); song, with violin or 'cello ac- 
companiment ad lib.; words by Nita 
Bonheur; music by Maxime Heller, in 
E flat. London, Orpheus music pub- 
lishing co. 56908 
C54873, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Alice, where art thou, romance by J. 
Ascher; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 
orchestra, no. 1318. J. W. Pepper's 
Twentieth century journal. 56909 

C54674,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Blushing (The) girl, polka-two-step by 
Harry VonTilzer; arr. by Mackie- 
Bever, for full orchestra, no. 339. 

56910 
C54692, Sept. 12, 1 903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Caroline, march and two-step, by Mackie- 
Bever for full orchestra, no. 338. 

56911 
C54691, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Doreen, medley waltz; arr. by Mackie- 
Bever, for full orchestra, no. 337. 

56912 
C 54690, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Habsburgh's march, two-step by J. X. 

Krai; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 

orchestra, no. 1312. J. W. Pepper's 

Twentieth century journal. 56913 

C 54699, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Johnson is dat lucky nigger's name; polka 

and two-step, by Leo W. Wright; arr. 

by Mackie-Beyer for full orchestra. 

no. 342. 56914 

C 54689, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Kangaroo dance, caprice by Arthur M. 

Cohen; arr. by Mackie-Beyer, for full 

orchestra, no. 1307. J. W. Pepper's 

Twentieth century journal. 56915 

C54698,Sept. 12,1903; 2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Love's melody, waltz by Joseph S. Wil- 
ling; arr. bv Mackie-Beyer for full 
orchestra, lio. 346. 56916 

C54684,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept,12,1903. 

March — Hero, two-step by A. Bellano; 
arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full orches- 
tra, no. 1279. J. W. Pepper's Twen- 
tieth century journal. 56917 
C54688,Sept. 12,1903; 2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Moxie two-step, by Sam Schiller; 

arr. bv Mackie-Bever for full orchestra. 

no. 1301 J. W. Pepper's twentieth 

century journal. 56918 

C54677, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Oceanic, by Herbert L. Clarke; arr. 

bv Mackie-Bever, for full orchestra. 

no. 1304 J. W. Pepper's Twentieth 

century journal. 56919 

C54676,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Venetian, by Kich. Eilenberg; arr. 

by Wm. F. Kretschmer, for full orches- 
tra, no. 1279 J. W. Pepper's Twentieth 
century journal. 56920 

C54687, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Marche aux flambeaux, by Scotson Clark; 

arr. bv Mackie-Bever for full orchestra. 

no. 1282 J. W. 'Pepper's Twentieth 

century journal. 56921 

C54671,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept,12 7 1903. 



Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Marionette's (The) funeral march, by 

Ch. Gounod; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for 

full orchestra, no. 1288 J. W. Pepper's 

Twentieth century journal. 56922 

C54672, Sept. 1 2, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

My little black Savannah coon, schot- 

tische, by Maurice J. Steinburg; arr. 

bv Mackie-Beyer for full orchestra. 

nb. 347. 56923 

C54681,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

My little Eva, my Evangeline, two step, 

by Theo. Morse; arr. by Mackie-Beyer 

for full orchestra, no. 336. 56924 

C54667,Sept. 12,1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

My love and I, medley waltz by Geo. A. 

Xichols; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 

orchestra, no/ 343. 56925 

C54683, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

My seaside girl, medley waltz by Al Tra- 

hern; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 

orchestra, no. 335. 56926 

C54668, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Only two brown eyes, medley waltz, by 
Harry VonTilzer; arr. by Mackie- 
Bever for full orchestra, no. 340. 

56927 
C54693, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 
Pacolet march, two-step, by Tom Clark; 
arr. bv Mackie-Bever for full orchestra, 
no. 1310. J. W. Pepper's Twentieth 
century journal. 56928 

C54679,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 
Palms (The) , by J. Faure; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for full orchestra, no. 1318. J. 
W. Pepper's Twentieth century jour- 
nal. ' 56929 
C54673,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept. 12,1903. 
Pauline, medley waltz; arr. by Mackie- 
Bever for full orchestra, no'. 341. 

56930 
C54694, Sept, 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 

Phroso, dance characteristic by Arthur M. 

Cohen; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 

orchestra, no. 1276. J. W. Pepper's 

Twentieth century journal. 56931 

C54686, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Pickaninnies (The) pic-nic; cake-walk 
and inarch, by S. E. Morris; arr. by 
Mackie-Bever for full orchestra, no. 
1307. J. W. Pepper's Twentieth cen- 
tury journal. 56932 

C54697, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Queen of hearts, intermezzo by Max 

Dreyfus; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 

orchestra, no. 1294. J. W, Pepper's! 

Twentieth century journal. 56933 

C54675,Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



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779 



Pepper (J. W. ), Philadel- 
phia, I 'a. 
Rajah (The); oriental characteristic by 
Maurice J. Steinberg; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for full orchestra, no. 1294. 
J. W. Pepper's Twentieth century jour- 
nal. '56934 
C54695,Sept.l2, PHIS: 2c. Sept. 12,1903. 

Rich and powerful, march and two-step, 
by Dominik Ertl; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for full orchestra. no. 1810. 
J. W. Pepper's Twentieth century jour- 
nal. "56935 
054678, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 

Rosa Lee, waltz; arr. by Mackie-Beyer 

for full orchestra, no." 345. 56936 

C54680,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

St. Petersburg sleigh-ride, galop by Rich. 

Eilenberg; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for 

full orchestra, no. 1312. J. W. Pepper's 

Twentieth century journal. 56937 

C54700, Sept. 1 2, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Serenade, soavi remembranze, by F. Fran- 
cia: arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full or- 
chestra, no. 1282. J. W. Pepper's 
Twentieth century journal. "56938 

C54670,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Sweet Annabel, medley waltz, arr. by 

Mackie-Beyer for full orchestra, no. 

344. 56939 

C54682, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Two eyes of azure blue, medley waltz 
by Andrew Sterling; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for full orchestra, no. 334. 

56940 
C54669.Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

War songs, grand selection: arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer for full orchestra, no. \ 
1274 J. W. Pepper's Twentieth century ! 
journal. 56941 

C54696,Sept,12,1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. ' 

With grace and confidence, march by 
Robeit Vollstedt; arr. by Wm. F. I 
Kretschmer for full orchestra, no. ! 
1276 J. W. Pepper's Twentieth century 
journal. 56942 j 

C54685,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Peters (C. F. ), Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Vier stiicke; fur das pianoforte von Sigis- 

mund Stojowski: op. 26; mit ringer- 

eatz versehen von Adolf Ruthardt; 

no. I. Melodie. Leipzig, C. F. Peters. 

56943 
C54554,Sept.l2,1903; 2c.Sept. 12,1903. , 

no. 2. In tempo di minuetto. i 

Leipzig, C. F. Peters. 56844 

C54555,Sept.l2,1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. | 

20 



Peters (('. P.), Leipzig. 

( iermaiiy. 

Vier stiicke; fiirdas pianoforte 1 von Sigis- 

mund Stojowski: op. 26; mit finger- 

satz versehen von Adolf Ruthardt; 

no. 3. Chant d'amour. Leipzig, 

C. F. Peters. 56945 

C54556, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12,1903. 

no. 4. Theme ctacovien varic. 

Leipzig, C. F. Peters. 56946 

C54557, Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Pond (Wm. A.) £ co., New 

York, N. Y. 

O! Salutaris hostia; sacred melody, for 

contralto or barytone voice, by Eduardo 

Marzo: op. 21. * 56947 

C54979, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Aihambra; by P. A. Schnecker, for 
piano. 56948 

C53255, Aug. 1 8, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 1 5, 1903. 

Assyrian march; by Paul Wachs; edited 

by P. W. Orem, for piano. 56949 

C5450 1 , Sept. 11 , 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Cathedral echoes: by Edw. M. Read, for 

piano. 56950 

C53250, Aug. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Menuette; from sonata in E flat, by L-. 

v. Beethoven: op. 31, no. 3; edited by 

Chas. W. Landon, for piano. 56951 

C54499, Sept. 1 1 , 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Valse ballet; by F. G. Rathbun, for 

piano. 56952 

C53251, Aug. 18, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15. 1903. 

When flowers bloom; arr. from Franz 

von Blon, by Preston Ware Orem for 

piano. 56953 

C54500, Sept. 11 , 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 4. 1 903. 

Price (Chas. B. ), Union- 
town, Pa. 
Rufus in Dahomev; march-two step, by 
C. B. Price; arr. by F. J. St. Clair for 



piano. 



56934 



C54931,Sept.l8,1903;2c.Sept. 18,1903. 

Price & Reynolds, London. 

England. 

Only (The) girl on the pier; words and 

music bv Harry B. Norris. London. 

Price & Reynolds. 56955 

C54562,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Punch (Patrick), Maynard, 
Mass. 
Bessie, my darling: song bv Patrick 
Punch. * 56956 

C 53(576, A ug. 26, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 5, 1 903. 
7 



780 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Raney (Lulu M.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
3 sonatinas for piano; composed by Lulu 
M. Raney. Sonatina no. 1, C major. 

56957 
C 54397, Aug. 17,1903; 2c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Rauser (Fred. Ch.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Merry (The) six; brilliant schottische for 
piano, by Fred. Ch. Rauser. 56958 

C54811 , Sept. 1 5, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 15, 1903. 

Reichenbach'sche buchhan- 
dlung ( Westermann & Staeg- 
lich), Leipzig, Germany. 
Notenlese-schule; zur schnellen und 
sicheren erlernung.der noten im violin 
und bassschli'issel, zusammengestellt 
von Hugo Martini. Leipzig, Verlag 
der Reichenbach'schen buchhandlung 
(Westermann & Staeglich). 56959 

054888, Sept. 17, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Remo music company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Sunny Jim; "If you wants ma true love, 
you must use force" ; words and music 
by Jas. R. Homer. 56960 

C 54417, Aug. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Reynolds & co., London, 
England. 
Black and White; humorous duet, writ- 
ten and composed by Edward Kent. 
London, Reynolds & co. 56961 

C54912, Sept. 1 8, 1903 ; 2c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Rogers & Eastman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Prettv as a picture; song, by John F. 
Bafth. 56962 

C54961, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Study of the mandolin; by J. G. Liddi- 

coat. 56963 

A68666,Sept.l9, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Rueff (J.), Paris, France. 
Gavotte des Rocking's chair, pour piano 
par Francois Perpignan. Paris, J. 
Rueff. 56964 

C54647, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

" Viens avec moi, Ninon," grande valse 
chantee; paroles de Emile Bessiere; 
musique de Francois Perpignan, chant 
et piano. Paris, J. Rueff. 56965 

C54648,Sept,14,1903;2c.Sept,14,1903. 

Rupert (O. E.), Lynch, Pa, 
Porkey (A) two step; by O. E. Rupert 
for piano. 56966 

C54582, Sept .12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 



Ryder (Eliza J.), United 
States. 
Sunset shadows; by T. P. Ryder for pi- 
ano. 56967 
In renewal for 14 vears from Sept, 
16, 1903. C 54831, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Sanderson (David), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Under the flag; grand march by David 
Sanderson for piano. 56968 

C54839, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Schirmer ( Richard C. ) , Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Rondo brillante; for piano, by Richard 
Schirmer. 56969 

C54924, Sept, 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Song of the Troubadour; for piano, by 

Richard Schirmer. 56970 

C54923, Sept, 12, 1903; 2c. Sept, 12, 1903. 

Schuberth (Edward) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Love among the clover; words by Sam- 
uel Minturn Peck; music by Harriett 
Russell Collver, for high voice. 56971 
C54657, Sept, 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

So solemn in their beauty; (Es stehen 
unbeweglich) ; song, poem by Heinrich 
Heine; English translation by Bertha 
Raab; music by Henry J. Lautz: op. 5, 
no. 2, for high voice. 56972 

C54656, Sept, 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Setchell (G. W.), Boston, 

Mass. 

On a summer night; popular waltz song; 

w T ords bv Blanche Stella; music bv 

Warner Crosby. 56973 

C54900, Sept 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Sheard (Charles) and Co., 
London, England. 
Mabel and Joe; song, written and com- 
posed by A. J. Mills and Bennett Scott. 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 56974 
C54949, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Sherman ( W. Leicester) , 
Bartow, Fla, 
Verse (A) in the album; words and mu- 
sic, bv W. Leicester Sherman. 56975 
C54658, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Simpson (J. C), Darby, Pa. 
Jr. O. U. A. M.; march and two-step, by 
J. C. Simpson for piano. 56976 

C54929, Sept, 18, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 8, 1 903. 

Simrock (N. ), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Quintett, fur 2 violinen, bratsche und 2 
violoncelle; von Felix Dracseke: op. 
77. Berlin, N. Simrock. 56977 

C54552, Sept. 1 2, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 



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781 



Simrock (N. ), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Variationen und fuge; fiber ein thema 
von Beethoven: op. 77; fur zwei Kla- 
viere von (ieorg Schumann: op. 32. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 56978 

C54553,Sept.l2 J L903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Smith (Gilbert) & co., Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Spanish dance; for piano by Fritz Gaul. 

56979 
C53631, Aug. 25, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. 

Snell (O. Wellington), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Rag-time Patsy; march and two-step, 

composed by O. Wellington Snell for 

piano. 56980 

C54577,Sept,12,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Spangenberg (C. F. ), Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 
C. F. Spangenberg' s arrangements for 
guitar. Four standard airs. no. 1, 
easy key of G. 56981 

C54967, Sept. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 2, easy key of G. 56982 

C54966, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

For mandolin. Four standard airs. 

no. 1, easy key of G. 56983 

C54965, Sept 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

no. 2, easv kev of G. 56984 

C54968, Sept. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Sporck (Adrien), Paris, 
France. 
Au tempo des reverences; danses ancien- 
nes, transcrites par Antoine Banes; san- 
guines de Jules Cheret; preface de 
Madame la duchesse d' Uzes pour 
piano. 56985 

C 53742, July 1 5, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Every day i> sunshine, when the heart 
beats true; intro. "Shine on my even- 
ing star"; march and two-steo; arr. 
bv W. C. O' Hare for orchestra. ~ 56986 
*C54615,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept. 12,1903. 
Moonlight on the Mississippi; two-step 
intro. the "Sunflower song"; arr. by 
W. H. Nelson for orchestra. 56987 

C54614; Sept. 12, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Strickland (C. V.) & sons, 
Huntington, Ind. 
Rural songster, no. 2. 56988 

A67379, Aug.31, 1903: 2c. Aug.31, 1903. 
Summy ( Clayton F. ) , com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Turkish march; by Beethoven; tran- 
scribed by Henry Schoenfeld for piano. 

56989 
C 54750, Sept. 3,1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 



Thompson music co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Faded (A) bouquet; a sentimental ballad, 
by Mile. C. Zhardna. 56990 

C 54334, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Trowbridge (J. B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Cloud (The) of witnesses; words by Julia 
H. Johnston; music by J. B. Trow- 
bridge. 56991 
C54497, Sept. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 1 , 1903. 

His light upon the way; words by Julia 
H. Johnston; music by J. B.* Trow- 
bridge. 56992 
C54498,Sept.ll, 1903; 2c. Sept.ll, 1903. 

Turner & Phillips, Plymouth, 

England. 

Daffodil (A) song; words by Edward 

Teschemacher; music by Walter P. 

Weekes; no. 1 in E flat, Plymouth, 

Turner & Phillips. 56993 

C54739, Sept. 15, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

no. 2 in F. Plymouth, Turner & 

Phillips. 56994 

C54740, Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Where is shadowlancl; cradle song; 
words by Edward Oxen ford; music by 
Joscelvn Noel; no. 1 in B flat. Ply- 
mouth, Turner & Phillips. 56995 
C54565,Sep02, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

no. 2 in C. Plymouth, Turner & 

Phillips. 56996 

C54566, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

no. 3 in D. Plymouth, Turner & 

Phillips. 56997 

C54563, Sept. 12, 1 903 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

■ no. 4 in E flat. Plymouth, Tur- 
ner & Phillips. 56998 

C54564,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept,12,1903. 

Ullrich (Fr. ), Godesberg 

a, Rh., Germany. 

Mannerchore von Mathieu Neumann: 

op. 48, no. 2; Weine nicht; gedicht v. 

Jul. Gersdorff. Godesberg a. Rh., 

Fr. Ulrich. 56999 

C54560,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 

Was niitzt mir dos liebe, da sie net treu 
bliebe! gedicht v. C. A. Zellev; fur 
miinnerchor von Fr. Ullrich: op. 94, 
no. 1; Auf fli'igeln des gesanges, no. 
272. Godesberg a. Rh., Fr. Ullrich. 

57000 
C54561,Sept.l2,1903;2c. Sept. 12,1903. 

Union music co., New York, 

N. Y. 

Vals Hortensia; bv Milton H. Kohn, for 



piano 



57001 



C54584,Sept.l2,1903;2c.Sept.l2,1903. 



209 



782 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Vaughan (Margaret Curtis), 

Chicago, 111. 

heart of mine (kissing the rod) ; words 

by James Whitcomb Riley; music by 

Margaret Curtis Vaughan/ 57002 

C54718, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Victoria publishing co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Victoria waltzes; by Leon Da Costa and 
Julius L. Marks for piano. 57003 

C 54316, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 13, 1903. 

Vincent music co. ltd., Lon- 
don, England. 
Bear dance; by Stepan Esipoff for piano. 
London, Vincent music co., ltd. 57004 
C 53889, A ug. 31, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Carol; by Stepan Esipoff for piano. 

London, Vincent music co., ltd. 57005 

C 53891, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 22, 1903. 

Sailor's hornpipe; by Stepan Esipoff for 

piano. London, Vincent music co., 

ltd. 57006 

C 53890, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 22, 1903. 

Slumber song; by Stepan Esipoff for 

piano. London, Vincent music co., 

ltd. 57007 

C 53887, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Spinning a yarn; by Stepan Esipoff for 

piano. London, Vincent music co., 

ltd. 57008 

C 53888, Aug. 31 , 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Sweet Phyllis; valsette, by Stepan Esipoff 

for piano. London, Vincent music 

co., ltd. 57009 

C 53892, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c.Aug. 22, 1903. 

Wesleyan university musical 
association. Middle- 
town, Conn. 
Wesleyan song book; edited by Karl P. 
Harrington and Carl F. Price. 57010 
A 68239, Sept. 1,1903; 2 c. Sept. 1,1903. 

Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Heavenly (The) king; sacred song; words 
and music by Edward H. Capp. 57011 
C54636, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 
Whalon (Chas. A. D.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
City (The) of Brotherly love; words by 
C. A. D. Whalon; music by James C. 
Beckel. 57012 

C 53349, Aug. 14, 1903; 2c.Sept.4,1903. 

White (D. L.) , United States. 

Old (The) log cabin in the dell; song and 

chorus, by C. A. White. 57013 

In renewal for 14 vears from Sept. 

16, 1903. C 54832, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 



White (D. L.) and Blake 

(C. D.), United States. 

White's school for the reed organ bv 

G. A. White and C. D. Blake. 57014 

In renewal for 14 vears from Sept. 

16, 1903. A 68592, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 



White (E. J.), Wood Ridge, 

N. J. 

Forest (A) violet is my love; word- by 

Arthur Matthison; "music bv E. J. 

White. 57015 

C54717,Sept.l4, 1903; 2c.Sept. 14,1903. 

White (H. N.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Dance to the moon; arr. for full orches- 
tra. 57016 
C54659, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

march and two step, by Ethel Kelble; 

piano solo. 57017 

C54661 , Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Overture Celtic; arr. for full brass and 

reed band. 57018 

C54660, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

White-Smith music publish- 
ing companv, Boston, 
.Mass. 
Flower's (A) sorrow; (Die klage einer 
blume) song with German and English 
text; words by Adolphe Danziger; mu- 
sic bv Robert Coverlev, for high voice 
in F. ~ 57019 

C54872,Sept. 10,1903; 2c. Sept.9,1903. 

Minnehaha; danse grotesque, by Paul 

Loring, arr. for voice and piano. 57020 

C54600, Sept. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 1 2, 1903. 

Rayon d' or; (Golden rays) valsebrillante, 

pour pianoforte par Paul Wachs, four 

hands. 57021 

C54646, Sept. 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Words (The) from thy lips; (Die worter 
von deinen lippen) song with German 
and English text; words by Adolphe 
Danziger; music by Robert Coverlev, 
for high voice in A. 57022 

C 54871, Sept, 10, 1903; 2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Whitney Warner publishing 
co., Detroit, Mich. 
Daisv Donohue; words bv Jas. O'Dea; 
music by Robt. J. Adams. 57023 

C 53689, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Wilson (J. Hazard), Cod- 
dington Point, New- 
port, R. I. 
Pensc'e (Une); polka caprice, for piano- 
forte, by J. Hazard Wilson. 57024 
C54664,Sept.l4,1903;2c.Sept.l4.] < >0: > ,. 



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783 



Windsor music co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
New star waltzes; by L. W. Young for 
piano. 57025 

C 46725, Apr. 27, 1908 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

March, Susie Woosie, by John Stromberg 

and W. T. Francis; arr. by F. E. Dunn 
for banjo. 57026 

C 54701 , Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

When the poppy weds the golden rod; 

from "Mr. Pipp;" words by George 

Totten Smith; music by Theo. H. 

Northrup. 57027 

C53881,Aug.29,1903;2c.Sept. 12,1903. 

Wigwam dance, a reservation innovation, 

by Leo Friedman; arr. for military 

band, by Wm. C. O'Hare. 57028 

C 54725, Sept, 14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Wood (B. F.) music com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Lord, I have loved Thy habitation; by 
Armstrong for mixed voices, no. 113. 
The choir journal. 57029 

C 54869, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Only waiting; by Protheroe, for mixed 
voices; no. 114. The choir journal. 

57030 
C54870, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



Wood ( B. V.) music com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Papillon (Le); (The butterfly) by La- 
vallee; salon piece for pianoforte. 

57031 
C54867,Sept. 16, 1903 ;2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Walking with God; by Story, for mixed 
voices, no. 114. The choir journal. 

57032 
C54868, Sept. 16, 1903; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Wright (Dexter M.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Why sweetheart? words by Thos. G. 
Springer; music by H. W. Foster. 

57033 
C 54925, Aug. 12, 1903 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1903. 

Youmans (Jay V. ), Platte- 
ville, Wis. 
Fantasia mazurka; by Jay V. Youmans, 
for piano. 57034 

C 53793, Aug. 27,1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Zim music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
I'm so glad you'r gone; words by Jack 
Zim; music by Harry May. "57035 

C54840, Sept. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1903. 



Xumber of Musical compositions since Jan. 1, 1903 



15,540 



211 






ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor; subarranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full, would read. "Copyright by John G. Achenbach, Kansas City. Mo. Class F, 
XXc. no. 15465, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 copies received Aug. 12, 1903." 



Achenbach (John G.), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Diagnostic anatomical diagram of optical 
charts. (F 15465, Aug. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 12, 1903.) 57036 

American well works, Au- 
rora, 111. 
Chapman's up-to-date combined water, 
oil and gas sinking outfit. Fig. 10. (F 
15418, Aug. 21, 1903: 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. ) 

57037 

Angelo (Harry.), New York, 
N. Y. 
jLgnes. no. 18. Pastel lilac cloth gown. 
(F 15802, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57038 

Armand. no. 24. Champagne cloth 
gown. (F 15808, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57039 

no. 25. Black tear drop net gown. 

i F 15809, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57040 

Beer. no. 28. Roval blue meteor crepe 
de chine. (F 15812, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57041 

no. 29. Pastel blue cloth gown. (F 

15813, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57042 

no. 52. Cream broadcloth gown. 

i F 15830, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57043 

Callot. no. 49. Black marquisette gown. 
(F 15827, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57044 

no. 50. Cream damask lace gown. 

F 15828. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57045 

Corne. no. 16. Black lace and chiffon 

blouse. (F 15800, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57046 
no. 1*. White crepe blouse. (F 

15801, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57047 
no. 34. Ivory cloth blouse. (F 

15818, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57048 
no. 36. White crepe de Paris blouse. 

(F 15819,'Sept 21, 1903.) 57049 
no. 37. Maize ablouisante blouse. 

(F 15820, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57050 



Angelo (Harry), ]New York, 
N. Y. 
Corne. no. 46. Cream A^enetian cloth 
blouse. (F 15824. Sept. 21. 1903.) 

57051 

no. 47. Ivory peau de soie blouse. 

(F 15825, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57052 

no. 48. White satin blouse. (F 

15826, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57053 

Doeuillet no. 51. French grev broadcloth 
gown. (F 15829, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57054 
Doucet no. 30. Marine blue cloth walk- 
ing suit. (F 15814, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57055 

no. 31. Green cloth walking suit. 

(F 15815, Sept. 21, 1903.) ^57056 

Drecoll no. 21. Babv blue chiffon gown. 
(F 15805, Sept. 21,' 1903.) 57057 

no. 22. White panne velvet gown. 

(F 15806, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57058 

no.23. Tan zibeline suit. (F 15807, 

Sept. 21, 1903.) 57059 

no. 53. Coat of Russian pony. (F 

15831, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57060 

Francis, no. 3. Cream broadcloth coat. 
(F 15787, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57061 

no. 4. Pastel blue broadcloth coat. 

(F 15788, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57062 

no. 5. Cream broadcloth coat. (F 

15789, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57063 

no. 6. Pastel red broadcloth coat. 

(F 15790, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57064 

no. 7. Champagne broadcloth coat. 

(F 15791, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57065 

no. 8. Seal chiffon velvet gown. (F 

15792, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57066 

no. 9. Blue cloth gown. (F 15793, 

Sept. 21, 1903.) 57067 



213 



655 



656 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Angelo (Harrv) , New York, 
X.*Y. 
Jeanne Halle, no. 1. White cloth and 
Irish lace gown. (F 15785, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57068 

Masson Temnlier. no. 10. Plum novelty 
cloth gown. (F 15794, Sept. 21, 1903.*) 

57069 

no. 11. Black mousseline de soie 

gown. (F 15795, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 57070 

no. 12. Pastel white cloth gown. 

(F 15796, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57071 

no. 13. White silk net gown. (F 

15797, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57072 

no. 14. Lilac d'Alencon lace gown. 

(F 15798, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57073 

no. 15. White wool bearskin coat. 

(F 15799, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57074 

Paquin. no. 32. Russet broadcloth 
gown. (F 15816, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57075 

no. 33. Sage green broadcloth gown. 

(F 15817, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57076 

Poret. no. 38. Pale coral satin blouse. 
(F 15821, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57077 

no. 41. Iyorv eblouisante blouse. 

(F 15822, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57078 

no. 45. Pastel blue crepe rep blouse. 

(F 15823, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57079 

Raudnitz sceurs. no. 2. French grey 
crepe de chine gown. (F 15786, Sept, 
21, 1903.) 57080 

Sarah Maver. no. 19. Old delft velvet 
gown. (F 15803, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57081 

no. 20. Myrtle green cloth gown. 

(F 15804, Sept, 21, 1903.) 57082 

Thelier. no. 26. French grev broad- 
cloth gown. (F 15939, Sept. 28, 1903. ) 

57083 
no. 27. Oxford grey zibeline walk- 
ing suit. (F 15811, Sept. 21. 1903. ) 

57084 
2 c. each Sept. 28, 1903. 

Barrie (George) & son, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Eton college, from the Thames. (F 
15852, Sept, 22, 1903.) 57085 

Hampton court. (F 15841, Sept. 22, 
1903. ) 57086 

Jenninas (Sarah) duchess of Marlbo- 
rough. ( F 15851 , Sept, 22, 1903. ) 

57087 

St. Paul's cathedral. (F 15842, Sept. 22. 
1903.) 57088 

Westminster abbev. (F 15840, Sept. 22, 
1903.) 57089 

2 c. each Sept, 22, 1903. 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Cossette. (F 15930, Sept. 28, 1903.) 

57090 
Courtship. (F 15935, Sept. 28. 1903.) 

57091 
Lovers quarrel. (F 15931, Sept. 28, 1903. ) 

57092 
2 c. each Sept. 28, 1903. 

Clements (Jno. R. ), Bing- 
hamton, X. Y. 
Bird's-eve view of Bingham ton, X. Y. 
(F 15695, Sept. 16, 1903.) 57093 

Public buildings, Binghamton, X. Y. (F 
15696, Sept. 16, 1903.) 57094 

Souvenir (A) from Binghamton, X. Y. 
(F 15694, Sept. 16, 1903.) 57095 

2 c. each Sept. 3, 1903. 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Hotel del Monte, Monterey, Calif, no. 
50504. (F 15877, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 23, 1903. ) 57096 

Deuble (Charles G.), Can- 
ton, Ohio. 
Receiying vault at West-lawn cemetry, 
with portrait of President McKinley. 
(F 15886, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 1*4, 
1903.) 57097 

Drain (Lillian), Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
Miss Impudence. (F 15982, Sept. 30, 
1903.) 57098 

Modern (A ) ' ' spinner. ' ' (F 15981, Sept. 
- 30, 1903. ) 57099 

2 c. each Sept. 30, 1903. 

Elliott (Chas. H. ) co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Agnes. (F 15884, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 57100 

Clytie. (F 15890, Sept. 24, 1903.) 57101 

Dorothy. (F 15886, Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57102 
Dot. (F 15889, Sept. 24, 1903.) 57103 
Eyelyn. (F 15892, Sept. 24, 1903.) 57104 
Gladys. ( F 15887, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 57105 
Irene. ( F 15893, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 57106 

Lady Ruth. (F 15888, Sept, 24, 1903.) 

57107 
Laura, (F 15885, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 57108 
Maude. (F 15891, Sept. 24, 1903.) 57109 

Mildred. (F 15894, Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57110 

Miss Takieo. (F 15883, Sept. 24, 1903. ) 

57111 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1903. 

U 



V. 37, No. 41 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



657 



Frohn (John Charles), Bos- 
ton, -Mass. 
Basket-hall (The) girl. (F 15966, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57112 

Rng-Pong (The) girl. (F 15967, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57113 

Reigning (The) girl. (F 15965. Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57114 

toboggan (The) girl. (F 15968, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57115 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Adventures (The) of Leon in his wonder- 
ful flying machine; how he saved his 
dear friends Alphonse and Gaston from 
destruction; a tale of startling experi- 
ences in four parts, pt. 4. (F 15834, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57116 

Davenport's idea of fusion. (F 15700, 
Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57117 

Foxy grandpa and smart uncle Alex.; | 
they perform a few tricks on the briny 
deep. (F 15839, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. | 
Sept 21, 1903.) 57118 

Get under quick. (F 15656, Sept. 12, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903.) 57119 

How long. (F 15686, Sept, 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903.) 57120 

Jungle (A) hook for little common peo- j 
pie. (F 15739, Sept. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. j 
19, 1903.) 57121 

Jungle (A) book for little common peo- 
ple. (F 15699, Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 
17, 1903.) 57122 

Jungle (A) book for little common peo- j 
pie. The dinosaurus. (F 15878, Sept. 
23, 1903; 2c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57123 

Just Hans and Fritz! nobody else! (F 
15835, Sept. 21, 1903; 2c. Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57124 

Married life as seen from the inside. 
(F 15864, Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1903.) 57125 

Married life as seen from the inside. 
(F 15687, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1903..) 57126 

Married life as seen from the inside. 
(F 15649, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903.) 57127 

Married life as seen from the inside. 
(F 15701, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 
1903.) 57128 

■oving the crops, voung children to the 
factories. (F 15832, Sept, 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57129 

21 



Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
New | A) crusade. | V L5650, Sept. n, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903.) 57130 

Oh, yes, Happy Hooligan caught the bur- 
glar! and his brother, Gloomy Gus, 
came along in time to pick up anything 
that was lying around loose. ( F 15836, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57131 

Strange (The) adventures of Pussy Pump- 
kin and her chum Toodles! (F 15837, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57132 

When the comic supplement arrives on 
Mt. Ararat. (F 15838, Sept. 21, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 57133 

Who is to blame? (F 15683, Sept, 15, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903.) 57134 

Words vs. deeds. (F 15979, Sept, 29, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903.) 57135 

Words vs. deeds. (F 15707, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 57136 

Words vs. deeds. Happy Hooligan, 
"wouldn't dat jar youse?" (F 15863, 
Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 

57137 

$3 (A) dog. (F 15833, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57138 

Hirsch fashion companv, New 
York, N. Y. 
Salviati. (F 15974, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57139 

San Eemo. (F 15971, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57140 

Sanzio-Stendal-Scala. (F 15970, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57141 

Serano-Stradella. (F 15973, Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57142 

Sherman. (F 15976, Sept, 29, 1903.) 

57143 

Somerset-Stratford. (F 15977, Sept. 29, 

1903.) 57144 

Sorrento. (F 15975, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57145 
Stella-Selika-Susie. (F 15972, Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57146 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Hirt(C. J.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Brainy Bowers improves an opportunitv. 
(F 15783, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57147 

Don-Po-Loo-Loo loses his membership. 
(F 15782, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57148 

Hi and Si play Robinsoe Crusoe. (F 
15781, Sept. 2*1, 1903.) 57149 

New (The) school trustee gives the chil- 
dren a day off. (F 15780, Sept. 21, 
1.903.) 57150 



658 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hirt (C. J.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Willie Cute and his crabbed nurse. (F 
15784, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57151 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

life publishing company, 
New York, X. Y. 
No letter; it isn't always the girl who is 
thoughtless. (F 15713, Sept. 19, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 57152 

McClure (T. C), New- 
York, N. Y. 
Billy Bounce shows the bunch something 
big in mosquitoes. (F 15779, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57153 

Lariat Pete helps his nephew catch the 
cat. (F 15777, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57154 

Simon finds use for the sidewalk eleva- 
tor. (F 15773, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57155 

Teasers: (The) Bobbv slides into more 
trouble. (F 15778, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57156 

Too, (A) too fond embrace. (F 15774, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57157 

Uncle Pike fits the kids out at the pedler's 
expense. (F 15776, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57158 

You think and we get you the answer. 
(F 15775, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57159 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903.) 

Markendorff (George), New 
York, N. Y. 
Caught. (F 15874, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903.) 57160 

Close (A) shave. (F 15882, Sept. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 57161 

Contented. (F 15868, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57162 

Courtship. (F 15872, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903.) 57163 

Difficulty. (F 15871, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57164 

Drying, in Holland. (F 15875, Sept. 23, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57165 

Interested. (F 15869, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 
c„ Sept. 23, 1903.) 57166 

Meditation. (F 15867, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57167 

Shadows. (F 15873, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57168 

Surprised. (F 15870, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57169 

Washing, in Holland. (F 15876, Sept. 
23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57170 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Brownies (The) in the Philippines. (F 
15710, Sept, 18, 1903.) 57171 

Buster Brown just runs the elevator. (F 
15708, Sept. 18, 1903.) 57172 

Just little ones. ( F 15709, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57173 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Osborne co. , New York, N. Y. 
Historian (The). (F 15698, Sept, 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903.) 57174 

Oxford print, Boston, Mass. 
Mail man. (F 15638, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. ) 57175 

Purdy (James E. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
One hundred distinguished men of to-dav. 
(F 15978, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57176 

Scribner (J. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Westminster beginners' lessons, supple- 
mental course, no. 1. (F 15726, Sept. 
19, 1903.) 57177 

no. 2. (F 15727, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57178 
no. 3. (F 15728, Sept. 19, 1903. ) 

57179 
no. 4. (F 15729, Sept, 19, 1903.) 

57180 
no. 5. (F 15730, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57181 
no. 6. (F 15731, Sept, 19, 1903. ) 

57182 
no. 7. (F 15732, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57183 
no. 8. (F 15733, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57184 
no. 9. (F 15734, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57185 
no. 10. (F 15735, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57186 
no. 11. (F 15736, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57187 
no. 12. (F 15737, Sept, 19, 1903. ) 

57188 
no. 13. (F 15738, Sept, 19, 1903.) 

57189 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1903. 

Silberman (Oth mar & Stefan) , 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Pius X. (F 15936, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. ) 57190 

Stoddard (S. E,), Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 
Liberty enlightening the world. (F 
15909, Aug. 21, 1903.) 57191 
Please cover me with a one cent stamp. 
(F 15908, Aug. 21, 1903.) 57192 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1903. 



216 



V. 37, No. 41 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



659 



Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany. Now York. X. Y. 
Calendar (A) of companions. April, 
1904. (F 15744, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
pt. 21, 1903.) 57193 

August, 1904. (F1574S. Sept. 21, 

1903: 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) -. 57194 

December, 1904. ( F 15752, Sept. 21, 

1903: 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57195 

February, 1904. (F 15742, Sept. 21, 

1903: 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57196 

January, 1904. (F 15741, Sept. 21, 

1903: 2 c.*Sept. 21, 1903.) 57197 

July, 1904. (F 15747, Sept. 21. 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57198 

June, 1904. (F 15746, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57199 

-March, 1904. (F 15743, Sept. 21, 



190;; 



Sept. 21, 1903. 



57200 



Mav, 1904. (F 15745, Sept. 21,1903; 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ) 57201 
November, 1904. (F 15751, Sept. 

21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57202 
October, 1904. (F 15750, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) • 57203 
September, 1904. (F 15749, Sept. 

21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57204 
Cat (The), a calendar, 1904. January, 

February. (F 15844, Sept. 22, 1903 f 2 
c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57205 

July-August. (F 15847, Sept. 22, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57206 

March- April. (F 15845, Sept. 22, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57207 

May- June. ( F 15846, Sept. 22, 1903 ; 

2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57208 

— November-December. (F 15849, 
Sept. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 22, 1903.) 

57209 

September-October. ( F 15848, Sept. 

22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57210 

Girl (The), a calendar. 1904. Jan- 
uary-February. (F 15688, Sept. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57211 

Julv-August. (F 15691, Sept, 17, 

1903; 2*c. Sept. 17, 1903.) ' 57212 

March- April. (F 15689, Sept. 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57213 

Mav-June. (F 15690, Sept. 17, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57214 

November - December. (F 15693, 

Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57215 



Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany; New York, X. Y 
Girl calendar. September-October, 1904. 

(F 15692, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57216 

Strong (Wilson B.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Webster (Hon. Daniel), reproduction of 
Ball Hughes' portrait. (F 15843, Sept. 
22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1903.) 57217 

Taber (Clarence W. ) , Eyans- 
ton, 111. 
Pius X. (F 15576, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903.) 57218 

Thomas (Charles H. ) & Lacy 
(PaulH.), Chicago, 111. 
Equality. (F 15682, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903.) 57219 

i 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

'Ohio. 

Male character head. no. 7249. (F 

15980, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. ) 

57220 

White citv art co., Chicago, 
* 111. 
Clarisa. no. 222. (F 15770, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57221 

Elsa. no. 220. (F 15768, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57222 

Lena. no. 221. (F 15769, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57223 

Lucretia. no. 216. (F 15763, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57224 

Majesta. no. 217. (F 15764, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57225 

Mvra. no. 223. (F 15771, Sept. 21,1903.) 

57226 

Octavia. no. 219. (F 15765, Sept. 21, 

1903.) 57227 

Petite (La), no. 200. (F 15766, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57228 

Two graces, no. 224. (F 15772, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57229 

Widow (The), no. 207. (F 15767, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57230 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Wood (J. R. ) & sons, New 
Y^ork, X. Y. 
Engraving of a diamond. (F 15223, Aug. 
4, 1903; 2c. July 21, 1903.) 57231 



dumber of Engravings, cuts, and prints since Jan. 1, 1903 4,251 



217 



(560 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



CLASS G.CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright bv American fabric printing co., Binghamton, 
N. Y. Class G, XXc, no. 5610, Sept. 19, 1903;* 1 copv received Aug. 20, 1903; 1 copv received Sept. 21, 
1903." 



American fabric printing co., 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Liberty bell. (G 5610, Sept. 19, 1903. ) 

57232 
Trumpeter. (G5609, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57233 
1 c. each Aug. 20, 1903; 1 c. each 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Campbell, Metzger & Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
Frou Frou. (G 5521, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1903. ) 57234 

Courier company, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Burns and Highland Mary. (G 5608, 
Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57235 

Cardinal (The). (G 5517, Sept. 15, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 15, 1903.) 57236 

Confession (The). (G 5554, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 57237 

"Dyed in blood was found this dagger." 
(G 5555, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 57238 

Evans (George). (G 5561, Sept. 19,1903; 
2 c. Sept. 21,1903.) 57239 

Go forth! God's outlaw. (G 5535, Sept. 
17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57240 

Goodwin as "Bottom." (G 5647, Sept. 
28, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903.) 57241 

Great (The) race track scene. (G 5560, 
Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57242 

Holmes and sun. (G 5564, Sept. 21, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57243 

Home (The) of Mr. St. Clair. (G 5516, 

Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903.) 

57244 

"I leave ye an outcast but I'll return to 

ye a hero." (G 5605, Sept. 24, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. ) 57245 

I want to be somebody's darling. (G 

5587, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57246 

Jolly (The) beggars. (G 5603, Sept. 24, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 57247 

' ' Man's ( A) a man for a' that, " ( G 5604, 

Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57248 

Mid-summer (A) night's dream. (G 

5565, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57249 



Courier company, Buffalo, 
N. Y 
Oath (The) of the four. (G 5515, Sept. 
15, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903.) 57250 

"So perish those who thwart me." (G 
5553, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57251 

Tam-O-Shanter's ride. (G5606, Sept, 
24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 57252 

Titania. (G 5519, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 16, 1903.) 57253 

Todd ready for the race. (G 5646, Sept. 

28, 1903;" 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903.) 57254 

Tough garroting girl. (G 5518, Sept, 15, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903.) 57255 

We don't serve coons here. (G 5586, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57256 

Wounded (The) hare. (G 5607, Sept. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 57257 

"Your blessing my lord." (G 5598, 
Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57258 

Curtis (Charles E.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Military euchre. (G 5491, Aug. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57259 

Forsvth (Orrin W.), Seattle, 
Wa^h. 
Certificate of attendance, Louisiana pur- 
chase exposition. (G4951, Dec. 9, 
1902; 2 c. June 25, 1903. ) 57260 

Gies & company, Buffalo, 

N. Y. 

Fair (A) opportunity. (G 5670, Sept. 

29, 1903; 2 c. Sept/29, 1903.) 57261 

Gray Lithograph companv, 

* New York, X. Y. 

Faithful (A) friend. (G 5528, Sept. 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57262 

St. Ann. (G5566, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. I 

Sept. 21, 1903.) 57263 

Hamilton-Brown shoe co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

American Lady of 1904. (G 5594, Sept. 

23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57264 

Loeb (Emanuel), Chicago, 

111. 

Fashion plate for Spring and Summer, 
1904, consisting of 25 male figures. (<"" 
5556, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

5726i 



218 



V. 37, No. 41 



OHROMOS AND LITHOC R A PUS 



()()1 



Mcintosh (Burr), New York, 
N. Y. 
All over. Buster Brown and his bubble. 
10. (G 5669, Sept. 29, L908.) 57266 

Black or white. Buster Brown and his 
bubble. 3. (G 5662, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57267 

Constable (The) Buster Brown and his 
bubble.— 9. (G 5668, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57268 

Good (A) bump. Buster Brown and his 

bubble.— 5. (G 5064, Sept. 29,1903.) 

57269 
Hands up; Buster Brown and his bub- 
ble.— 2. (G 5661, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57270 

Looking for trouble. Buster Brown and 

his bubble.— 4. (G 5663, Sept. 29, 

1903.) 57271 

Over the bounding main. Buster Brown 
and his bubble. — 6. (G 5665, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57272 

Quiet (A) day in town; Buster Brown 
and his bubble. —1 . ( G 5660, Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57273 

Rise (A) in beer. Buster Brown and his 
bubble.— 7. (G 5666, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57274 

Smooth (A) bit of road. Buster Brown 

and his bubble.— 8. (G 5667, Sept. 29, 

1903.) 57275 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Marshall ( Wm. E. & Oscar), 
New York, N. Y. 
Hanna (Marcus A.) (G 5527, Sept. 16, 
1903.) 57276 

Herrick (Myron T.) (G 5526, Sept. 16, 
1903.) 57277 

2 c. each Sept. 18, 1903. 

Muller, Luchsinger & co., 
Xew York, N. Y. 
Abide with me. no. 69. (G 5583, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57278 

Our hero. no. 71. (G 5585, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57279 

Soap bubbles, no. 70. (G 5584, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57280 



no. 68. 



(G 5582, Sept. 
57281 



Welcome home. 
21, 1903.) 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
And Jesus went about all Galilee, teach- 
ing in their synagogues, and preaching 
the gospel of the kingdom, and healing 
all manner of sickness. 2f x 3. (G 
5548, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57282 

Baptism (The) and temptation. 2|- x 3. 
(G 5538, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57283 



Providence 1 lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Boyhood (the) of Jesus. 2| x 3. (G 
5536, Sept. 17, L903.) 57284 

Death of John the Baptist. 2| x 3. (G 
5546, Sept, 17, 1903.) 57285 

Hearers and doers of the word. 2| x :;. 
(G 5544, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57286 

Jesus and the Sabbath. 2f x 3. (G 
5543, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57287 

Jesus calls four disciples. 2f x 3. (G 

5540, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57288 

Jesus calms the storm. 2-| x 3. (G 5545, 
Sept, 17, 1903.) 57289 

Jesus feeds the five thousand. 2| x 3. 
(G 5547, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57290 

Jesus forgives sin. 2f x 3. (G 5542, 
Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57291 

Jesus rejected at Nazareth. 2f x 3. (G 
5539, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57292 

Preaching (The) of John the Baptist. 
2f x 3. (G 5537, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 

57293 
Sabbath (A) in Capernaum. 2fx3. (G 

5541, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57294 
2 c. each Sept. 17, 1903. 

Strobridge lithographing com- 
panv, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Character. (N. Y. no. 10580.) 1 sheet. 
(G 5362, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57295 

Rosalind. 3 sheet. (N. Y. no. 

10542. ) (G 5258, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1903.) 57296 

Dead easy. ( N. Y. no. 10562. ) \ sheet. 
(G 5358, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 57297 

Maud Muller. 3 sheet. (N. Y. no. 10554. ) 
(G 5297, Aug. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57298 

Mummy. (N. Y. no. 10561.) \ sheet. 
(G 5357, Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 
1903.) 57299 

Portrait. (N. Y. no. 10578.) 26x34. 
(G 5360; Aug. 22, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57300 

Portrait. 8 sheet. (N. Y. no. 10541.) 
(G5255, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57301 

Programme cover. (N. Y. 10545.) (G 
5500, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57302 

Stand. (N. Y. 10512.) 28 sheet. (G 
5216, July, 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903.) 

57303 

Stand. 28 sheet. (N. Y. no. 10566.) (G 
5299, Aug. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57304 



8321—03- 



219 



662 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield. Mass. 
Five little maidens. (G 5311, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57305 

Four little maidens. (G 5310, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57306 

Little (The) artist. (G 5306, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57307 

One little maiden. (G 5307, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57308 

Three little maidens. (G 5309, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57309 

Two little maidens. (G 5308, Aug. 11, 
1903.) 57310 

2 c. each Sept. 24, 1903. 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Acres and Sir Lucius, no. 6973. (G 
5520, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. ) 

57311 

Acres and Sir Lucius, no. 6977. (G 

5570, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903. ) 

57312 

Beach scene, no. 7151. (G 5596, Sept. 

23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57313 

Beaton (Miss Louise) portrait, no. 6971. 
(G 5575, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57314 

Bunting ( Miss Emma) portrait, no. 6985. 
(G 5671, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 
1903.) 57315 

Butterfly (The) girl. no. 7228. (G 
5559, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. ) 

57316 

Captain (The) and Lydia. no. 6974. (G 

5549, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57317 

Characters sitting on fence, no. 7214. 
(G 5532, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57318 

Come on, remorse, come on! no. 7251. 
(G 5571, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57319 

Don't risk our all. no. 7159. (G 5558, 
Sept, 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57320 

"Dot little German band." no. 7042. 
(G 5530, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57321 

Driven from home, no 7039. (G 5601, 
Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. ) 

57322 

Emerson (Mary) portrait design, no. 
6934. (G 55*81, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57323 

Female figure, no. 7136. ( G 5573, Sept. 
21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. 57324 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Gates (The) are closed, no. 7163. (G 
5568, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57325 

Hav nes (Gertrude), portrait and choir 

boys. no. 7126. (G 5572, Sept. 21, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57326 

Hotel (The) at Hot Springs, no. 7230. 
(G 5577, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 
1903.) 57327 

I soak vou wid dis. no. 7229. (G 5576, 
Sept 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57328 

I'm livin' at de rate of §1,000 a minute, 
no. 7016. (G 5557, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903.) 57329 

Jefferson (Joseph), jr., as Sir Lucius 
0' Trigger, no. 6976. (G 5574, Sept. 
21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 57330 

Lost ! my last dollar, no. 7133. ( G 5599, 
Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 24, 1903.) 

57331 

Male character figure, no. 7276. (G 

5602, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903.) 

57332 

Mob scene, no. 7223. (G 5531, Sept. 17, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57333 

Murray (Elizabeth), no. 7233. (G5533, 
Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57334 

Nine characters and girls band. no. 6890. 
(G5567, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 
1903.) 57335 

Please buv a paper, no. 7044. (G 5550, 
Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57336 

Portrait and five scenes of performing 
dogs. no. 6939. (G 5534, Sept. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept.- 17, 1903.) 57337 

Portrait and letter bill design, no. 6854. 
(G 5578, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 
1903.) 57338 

no. 6855. ( G 5579, Sept. 21, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57339 

Eace (The) for life. no. 7038. (G 5529, 
Sept. 17, 1903; 2c. Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57340 

Shine, no. 7045. (G5551, Sept. 18, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 18, 1903.) 57341 

This picture will cost dad about 5000. no. 
7164. (G 5569, Sept, 21. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57342 

This time I will make no mistake, no. 
7161. (G 5595, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
23, 1903.) 57343 

Vaudeville performers rehearsing, no. 
7256. (G5580, Sept. 21,1903; 2 c. Sept. 
21,1903.) 57344 



220 



V. 37, No. 41 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



663 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Wainwright (Marie) , portrait, no. 6988. 



(G 5600, Sept. 
1903.) 



24, 1903; 



Sept. 24, 
57345 



You are prisoners, no. 7014. (G5597, 
Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903.) 

57346 



Williams (John Wilburn), 
Davis, [ndT. 
Upchurch memorial, ancient order united 
workmen. (G 5611, Sept. 25, L903; 2e. 

Sept, 16, 1903.) 57347 



Number of Chromos and lithographs since Jan. 1, 1903. 



1,749 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copvright bv American mutoscope and biograph co.. New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 34814, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 copies received Aug. 19, 1903." 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., -X ew York, 
X. Y. 
Boomerang (A). (H 34814, Aug. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57348 

Burd (The) Shanghai. (H. 34806, Aug. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57349 

Burglar (The). (H 35073, Aug. 27, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1903.) 57350 

Carson (Kit) no. 1. (H 35886, Sept. 21, 



1903; 2 c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 



57351 



no. 2. (H 35888, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 

57352 
1903; 2 

57353 
1903; 2 

57354 
1903; 2 

57355 
21, 1903; 2 

57356 



21 

Sept. 21 
Sept, 21 



c. Sept. 21, 1903. ) 
no. 3. (H 35885, Sept 

c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 
no. 4. (H 35887 

c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 
no. 5. (H 35872 

c. Sept. 21, 1903). 
no. 8. (H 35883, Sept 

c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 
no. 9. (H 35884, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 

c. Sept, 21, 1903.) 57357 
no. 11. (H 35876, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 

c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57358 

Camera (The) fiend. (H 35875, Sept. 21 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 
Chaffee (General) in Pekin 

Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57360 
Chinese (The) rubbernecks. (H 34813, 

Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57361 
Cowbov and the lady. (H 36402, Oct, 1, 

1903; 2 c. Oct, 1, 1903.) 57362 

Delivering mail from substation. (H 
36398, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 

57363 



57359 

(H 34811, 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Discovery of bodies. (H 35879, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21; 1903.) 57364 

Escolta (The) Manila. (H 34817, Aug. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 5736'5 

Finish of the first race, Aug. 22. (H 
35070, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1903.) 57366 

Firing the cabin. (H 35800, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57367 

Forbidden City. Pekin. (H 34805, Aug. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57368 

Frontier (A) flirtation. (H 36403, Oct. 
1, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 1, 1903.) 57369 

Gesture (A) fight in Hester street. (H 
34815, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1903.) 57370 

Girl (The) at the window. (H 34810, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57371 

Hammock over water. (H 35874, Sept. 
21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57372 

He loves me, he loves me not. ( H 34821, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57373 

In my ladv's boudoir. (H 34822, Aug. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57374 

Indians leaving Bald mountain. (H 

35881, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 

1903.) " 57375 

Inside car, showing bag catcher. (H 

36400, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 

57376 
Insurance (The) collector. (H 36354, 
Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903.) 

57377 



221 



664 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Jockeving for the start. Aug. 20. (H 
35096, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903. ) 

57378 
Jockeving for the start. Aug. 22. (H ! 
35072, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27,1903. ) : 

57379 

Little (A) teaze. (H 35098, Aug. 28,1903;. 

2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57380 

Love me, love my dog. (H 35093, Aug. I 

28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57381 

Old (The) maid's picture. (H 34809, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57382 ! 
Panorama from canoe no. 6. (H 35871, j 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57383 
Panorama of Beach and Cliff house. ( H j 
36355, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30. 1903. ) | 

57384 
Parade of exempt fireman. (H 36401, 
Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57385 j 

Pacing for a tow. (H 35100, Aug. 28, j 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57386 

Reliance vrs. Shamrock 3rd; Aug. 20. (H 

35095, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 

1903.) 57387 

Rescue of child from Indians. (H 35877, 

Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57388 
Review of Russian artillery. (H 34820, 

Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57389 ! 
Settler's home life. (H 35878, Sept. 21, j 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57390 ! 

Skirmish (A) fight. (H 31812, Aug. 19, j 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57391 

Start of the first race, Aug. 22. ( H 35071, 

Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903.) 

57392 
Too much Johnson. (H 34816, Aug. 19, 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57393 \ 

Total (A) accident. (H 34823, Aug. 19, j 

1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57394 

Train taking up mail bag. (H 36399, 

Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57395 

Tramp (The) and the bathers. (H 
34807, Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1903.) 57396 

Trappers crossing Bald mountain. (H 



35882, 
1903. 



Sept. 21, 1903; 



Sept. 21, 
57397 



Unloading lighters, Manila. (H 34818, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 

57398 

Waders (The). (H 35099, Aug. 28, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57399 

Water buffalo, Manila. (H 34819, Aug. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57400 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. 
What are the wild waves saving, sister? 
(H 35097, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1903.) 57401 

Yard (A) of puppies. (H 35094, Aug. 
28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1903.) 57402 

Young America. (H 34808, Aug. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903.) 57403 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Blarney castle. (53. ) ( H 36420, Oct. 1, 
1903.") 57404 

Londonderry, famous scene of sieges and 
battles, looking over R. Fovle to cathe- 
dral. (16. ) ( H 36421, Oct. 1 , 1903. ) 

57405 

Paddv and Biddy at their home, County 

Armagh, Ireland. (11.) (H 36419, 

Oct. 1, 1903.) 57406 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1903. 

Arthur (James), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Bather (The). (H 35768, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57407 
Poppies. (H 35769, Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57408 
Summer girl. (H 35767 Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57409 
2 c. each Sept. 18, 1903. 

Baily (William L.), Ard- 
more, Pa. 
Young, three davs old, and egg of the 
herring gull. (H 35765, Sept, 18, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ) 57410 

Bickelmann (Conrad O.), 
Tannersville, N. Y. 
Onteora county fair, 1903. no. 3. (H 
36317, Sept. 29, 1903.) 57411 

no. 4. (H 36318, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57412 
no. 5. (H 36319, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57413 
no. 6. (H 36320, Sept, 29, 1903.) 

57414 
no. 7. (H 36321, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57*15 
no. 8. (H 36322, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57416 
no. 9. ( H 36323, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57417 
no. 10. ( H 36324, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57418 
no. 11. (H 36325, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57419 
no. 12. ( H 36326, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57420 
no. 13. (H 36327, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57421 
no. 14. ( H 36328, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57422 



222 



V. 37, No. 41 



PHOTOOltAPHS 



665 



Bickelmann (Conrad 0.)> Boysen (Julius T.), Yosemite 
Tannersville, N. Y. Valley, Cal. 
Onteora county fair, 1903. no. 15. (H Addressing the tribe! ( H 35693, Sept. 15, 
36329, Sept N 29, 1903.) 57423 1903.) ' 57449 
no. 16. (H 36330, Sept. 29, 1903. ) C hief (The). (II 35690, Sept. 15, L903. ) 

57424 57450 
no. 17. (H 36331, Sept. *9, 1903. ) Georgely ( Francisco) . (H 35688, Sept. 

57425 15, 1903.) 57451 
no. 18. (H 36332, Sept. 29,1903.) ; 

57426 i H ™t (The). (H 35685, Sept. 15, 1903.) 
no. 19. (H 36333, Sept, 29, 1903.) i , 57452 

57427 Leader (The) of the war dance. (H 
no. 20. (H 36334, Sept, 29, 1903.) 35689, Sept. 15, 1903.) 57453 

, TT o„„<^ r. ™ f? 4 ? 8 i Pause (A) in the dance. (H 35691, Sept. 
no. 21. (H 36335, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 15 ^903. ) '5 7454 

57429 ! ; 

no. 22. (H 36336. Sept. 29, 1903.) I Poisoned (The) arrow. (H 35692, Sept. 

57430 J 15, 1903.) 57455 
no. 23. (H 36337, Sept. 29, 1903.) j Trailing the enemy. (H 35686, Sept, 15, 

57431 1 1903.) 57456 
no. 24. (H 36338, Sept. 29, 1903.) ' ; 

57432 Yosemite (The) Indian war dance. (H 
no. 25. (H 36339, Sept. 29, 1903.) 35687, Sept. 15, 1903.) 57457 

57433 ! 2 c. each Sept. 15, 1903. 

no. 26. (H 36340, Sept. 29, 1903.) Brock (Nace), Asheville, 

57434 N. C. 

no. 27. (H 36341, Sept. 29, 1903.) Elaine. (H 35839, Sept. 19, 1903.) 57458 

57435 ( rm g ran dma. (H 35838, Sept. 19, 1903. ) 
no. 28. (H 36342, Sept. 29, 1903.) 57459 

57436 I Lady (The) and the rose. (H 35835, 
no. 29. (H 36343, Sept. 29, 1903.) ' Sept. 19, 1903.) 57460 

57437 I u Ma don't know how tall I'se growed." 
no. 30. (H 36344, Sept. 29, 1903.) (H 35837, Sept, 19, 1903.) 57461 

57438 : Model's (The) rest, (H 35842, Sept, 19, 
no. 31. (H 36345, Sept. 29, 1903.) 1 1903 ) 57462 

57439 ' ; 

no. 32. (H 36346, Sept. 29, 1903.) I M ?™g glories. (H 35840, Sept. 19 

57440 { iyv6 -) 0<<£{i6 
no. 33. (H 36347, Sept. 29, 1903.) i Nun (A). (H 35841, Sept. 19, 1903.) 

57441 57464 
no. 34. The Romans. (H 36348, ^Tg^V sweetheart (H 35836, Sept. 

Sept. 29, 1903. ) 57442 I ^^h Sept, 19, 1903. 

^ept^O^ MUmmy - (H S ^ni^Y^ ' ^ 

2 c. each Sept, 29, 1903. ! Giving thanks. (H 35698, Sept, 16, 1903. ) 

57466 

Bolles (Charles E.), Brook- | Over the tea-cups. (H 35697, Sept. 16, 



lyn, X. Y 

Indiana, U. S. S. no. 1864. (H 36189, 
Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903.) 

57444 

Intrepid, no. 1665. (H 35772, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 57445 

Monongahela 

35773, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18 
1903.) 57446 

Rambler, no. 1830. (H 36188, Sept. 26, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903.) 57447 

Seminole, no. 1850. (H 35774, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 57448 



1903.) 57467 

Post (A) of honor. (H 35696, Sept, 16, 
1903.) 57468 

2 c. each Sept. 11, 1903. 

Central news & press ex- 
change, New York, N. Y. 
U. S. S. no. 1604. (H | Choate (Joseph) at the American em- 
bassy. (H 35679, Sept. 15, 1903.) 

57469 

ready for a walk. (H 35680, Sept. 

15,1903.) 57470 

telling a joke. (H 35678, Sept. 15, 

1903.) 57471 

2 c. each Sept, 15, 1903. 



223 



666 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Clineclinst (B. M.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Chinese minister and attaches of Chinese 
legation. (H 35760, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57472 

Bliss (General T. H.) (H 35759, Sept. 

17, 1903.) 57473 

Opening of Congress. (H 35761, Sept. 
17,1903) 57474 

Rae (Admiral C. W. ) (H 35758, Sept. 
17,1903.) 57475 



Roosevelt ( President ) . 
17, 1903. ) 



(H 35762, Sept. 
57476 



United States supreme court. (H 35757, 
Sept. 17, 1903.) 57477 

2 c. each Sept, 17, 1903. 

Cramer (G. ) dry plate co.. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Monongahela, U. S. T. S. (H 35588, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 15, 1903.) 

57478 
Curtis (E. SO, Seattle, 
Wash. 
Nah Lene. no. 123. (H 35056, Aug. 11, 
1903; 2 c. July 27, 1903.) 57479 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Higginson (Henrv L.) (11x14.) (H 
36117, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903. ) 57480 

Dayton, New York, N. Y. 
Dancing fawn. (H 35694, Sept. 16, 1903. ) 

57481 
Satvr and teasing fawn. ( H 35695, Sept. 
16, 1903.) 57482 

2 c. each Sept. 16, 1903. 

Dean (Willis A.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Bar (The) wav. (H 36284, Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57483 

Summer davs. ( H 36283, Sept, 29, 1903. ) 

57484 
2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Albert B. Dodd hall, Princeton university. 
016661. (H 36214, Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57485 

Alexander hall from arch of Blair hall, 

Princeton university. 016658. (H 

36213, Sept. 21, 19030 57486 

Blair Hall, Princeton universitv. 016655. 
(H 36210, Sept. 21, 1903.) * 57487 

Dickinson Hall, Princeton university. 
016654. (H 36209, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57488 
Hotel Washington, Seattle, Wash. 
016644. (H 36199, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57489 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
John C. Green school of science, Prince- 
ton universitv. 016649. (H 36204, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57490 

Little Gate, Princeton university. 016657. 
(H 362LS, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57491 

Marquand chapel, Princeton universitv. 
016650. (H 36205, Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57492 
Nassau Hall, Princeton universitv. 

016652. (H 36207, Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57493 
President's row, Princeton grave vard. 
016663. (H 36216, Sept. 21, 19030 

57494 

Princeton inn, Princeton, N. J. 016646. 

(H 36201, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57495 

Princeton inn, Princeton, N. J. 016647. 
(H 36202, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57496 

Princeton university. 010723. (H 36217, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57497 

' ' Prospect, ' ' president' s residence, 
Princeton university. 016662. (H 
36215, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57498 

Stafford Little Hall, Princeton universitv. 
016656. (H 36211. Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57499 
University librarv, Princeton universitv. 
016648. (H 36203, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57500 

" Westland," home of Grover Cleveland, 

Princeton, N. J. 016645. (H 36200, 

Sept. 21, 1903.) 57501 

Whig and Clio halls, Princeton univer- 
sitv. 016651. (H 36206, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57502 

Whitherspoon Hall, Princeton university. 

016653. (H 36208, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57503 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Dudensing (Richard) & son, 
New York, N. Y. 
Celebrating the victorv. (H 34172, Aug. 
1, 1903.) 57504 

Charming (A) moment, (H 34174, Aug. 
1, 1903.) 57505 

Gipsy (The) dancer. (H 34177, Aug. 1, 
1903.) 57506 

Happv thoughts. (H 34173, Aug. 1, 
1903.) 57507 

Inspecting the Roval wedding gifts. (H 
34176, Aug. 1, 1903.) 57508 

Pastime (A) in the Orient. (H 34175, 
Aug. 1, 1903.) 57509 

1 c. each Aug. 1. 1903; 1 c. each Sept. 
24, 1903. 



224 



V. 37, No. 41 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



667 



Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, X. J. 
Down where the Wurzburger flows. (H 
35062, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1903.) 

57510 

Reliance and Shamrock III jockeying and 

starting in first rare. (H 35047, Aug. 

25, L903; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1903.) 57511 

Reliance crossing the line and winning 

tirst race. (H 35048. Aug. 25, 1903; 2 
c. Aug. 25, 1903.) 57512 

Seashore frolics. ( H 35063, Aug. 26, 1903; 
2 c. Aug. 26, 1903.) 57513 

Falk, New York, X. Y. 
Marconi, no. 1. (H 35701, Sept. 16, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 16, 1903.) 57514 

Farquhar (Xorman), Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Birches (The) . ( H 35865, Sept. 15, 1903. ) 

57515 ! 
Breek (The). (H 35863, Sept. 15, 1903.) ; 

57516 ! 
Landscape, no. 1. ( H 35869, Sept. 15, 

1903.) 57517 

no. 2. (H 35870, Sept. 15, 1903. ) 

57518 I 



Heyn (Herman), Council 

Bluffs, Inwa. 

Repentance. (II 36220, Sept. 28, 1903.) 

57532 

Sweet memories. (H 3622-1, Sept. 28, 

1903.) 57533 



(H 35864, Sept. 15, 
57519 



Lower Falls (The) 

1903. ) 
Twin lake, view of. (H 35868, Sept. 15, 

1903.) 57520 

Twin Lake by moonlight. (H 35866. 

Sept. 15, 1903.) 57521 

Twin lake villa. (H 35867, Sept. 1 5, 1903. ) 

57522 
Waiting for breakfast. (H 35862, Sept. 

15, 1903.) 57523 

2 c. each Sept. 15, 1903. 

Frink (George Kennedy), 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Avis, a California baby. no. 1. (H 
35853, Aug. 31, 1903.) * 57524 

no. 2. (H 35854, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57525 

no. 3. (H 35855, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57526 
2 c. each Aug. 31, 1903.) 





Gaites (Mrs. H. 


Wm.), 


Ma- 








comb, 


111. 








4,000 


suckers. 


(H 35065, 


Au 


i. 17 


, 1903; 


2 c. 


Aug. 17 


1903. ) 








57527 



L903.) 

57534 



Virginia. (H 36225, Sept. 28, 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1903. 

Hibbard & Potter, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Dan Patch. 1:59. (H 35814, Sept. 9, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903.) 57535 

Hovey (Guy Carleton), Long 
Beach, Cal. 
Camp Theodore Roosevelt, Long Beach, 
Cal., 1903. no. 1. (H 36360, Sept. 30, 
1903.) 57536 

no. 2. (H 36361, Sept. 30, 1903.) 

57537 
2 c. each Sept. 30, 1903. 

Illustrated sporting news, 
New York. X. Y. 
At the bat. ( H 35039, Aug. 21, 1903. ) 

57538 



Bunting a high one. 
1903. ) 

"Choking" the ball. 
1903. ) 



(H 35041, Aug. 21, 
57539 

(H 35040, Aug. 21, 
57540 



Hevn (Herman), Council 
Bluffs, Iowa. 
Daughter ( A ) of Rome. ( H 36219, Sept. 
28, 1903.) 57528 

Dorothv. (H 36222, Sept. 28, 1903.) 

57529 
Julia. (H 36223, Sept. 28. 1003.) 57530 

Patience. (H 36221, Sept. 28, 1903.) 

57531 



Full (A) swing at the ball. (H 35042, 
Aug. 21, 1903. ) 57541 

1 c. each Aug. 21, 1903; 1 c. each. 
Sept. 17, 1903. 

Jones (H. D.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Two nuns in garden. (H 3516S. Aug. 
29, 1903.) 57542 

Two nuns seated, one reading, the other 
sewing. (H 35167, Aug. 29, 1903.) 

57543 

2 c each Aug. 21, 1903. 

Larsen (Alfred), Mexico, 
Mo. 
So sleepy. (H 36015, Sept. 23, 1903.) 

57544 
Two Tommies. (H 36016, Sept. 23, 1903.) 

57545 
2 c. each Aug. 7, 1903. 

Lockwood (Wilton), Boston, 
Mass. 
Cleveland ( Grover ) . ( H 35675, Sept . 14, 
1903. 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903.) 57546 

Long (Horace J.) ct Dyar 
(Wm. M.), Breckin- 
ridge, Colo. 
Natural bridges in Utah. no. 1. (H 
35703, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57547 



22i 



668 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Long (Horace J.) & Dyar 
(Win. M.), Breckin- 
ridge, Colo. 
Natural bridges in Utah. no. 2. (H 
35704, Sept. 17, 1903.) 57548 
no. 3. (H 35705, Sept, 17, 1903.) 

57549 
no. 4. (H 35706, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57550 
no. 5. (H 35707, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57551 
no. 6. (H 35708, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57552 
no. 7. (H 35709, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57553 
no. 8. (H 35710, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57554 
no. 9. (H 3o711, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57555 
no. 10. (H 35712, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57556 
no. 11. (H 35713, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 

57557 
no. 12. (H 35714, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57558 
no. 13. (H 35715, Sept, 17, 1903. ) 

57559 
no. 14. (H 35716, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57560 
no. 15. (H 35717, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57561 
no. 16. (H 35718, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 

57562 
no. 17. (H 35719, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57583 
no. 18. (H 35720, Sept. 17, 1903. ) 

57584 
no. 19. (H 35721, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57565 
no. 20. (H 35722, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57566 
no. 21. (H 35723, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57567 
2 c. each Sept, 17, 1903. 
MacDonald (Pirie), New York, 
N. Y. 
Bache ( Jules S. ) ( H 35948, Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57568 

Bill (Edward Lyman). (H 35954, Sept. 

21,1903.) 57569 

Davenport (Homer). (H 35956, Sept. 

21, 1903.) 57570 

Fisk (Pliny), no. 1. (H 35950, Sept. 

21, 1903). 57571 

no. 2. (H 35951, Sept, 21, 1903) . 

57572 
Hunt (W. H.) (H 35953, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57573 
Opper (F.) (H 35955, Sept, 21, 1903.) 

57574 

Thorne (Oakleigh) . (H 35949, Sept. 21, 

1903.) 57575 

Young (G. W.) (H 35952, Sept. 21, 

1903.) 57576 

2 c. each Sept, 21, 1903. 



McKinstry (Grace E.), Fair- 
bault, Minn. 
Jolly friar. (H 36119, Aug. 28, 1903.) 

57577 
Young musician. (H 36118, Aug. 28, 
1903.) 57578 

2 c. each Aug. 28, 1903. 

Meiser (Jesse A.), Vancou- 
ver, Wash. 
Indian George. (H 36305, Sept. 29, 
1903.) 57579 

Vancouver. (H 36306, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57580 
2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Muller (Enrique), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
U. S. T. S. Massachusetts in dry dock, 
Sept. 9, 1903. 644. (H 35615, Sept. 
11,1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903.) 57581 

Nutting ( Wallace ) , Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Bowered (A) road. (H 35740, Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57582 

Burlington birches. (H 35726, Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57583 

Corot (A) stream. (H 35727, Sept. 17, 
1903.) 57584 



Dell (The) of the brook. 
Sept. 17, 1903.) 



(H 35733, 
57585 



Forest (A) paradise. (H 35734, Sept. 
17, 1903.) 57586 

Gorge (A) of the Winooski. (H 35738, 
Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57587 

High bridge. (H 35728, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57588 

In the cleft of the rock. (H 35735, Sept. 
17, 1903.) 57589 

Lake Champlain forest, ( H 35729, Sept, 
17, 1903.) 57590 

Red Rock drive. (H 35730, Sept, 17, 
1903.) 57591 

Riffle (The). (H 35725, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57592 

River (A) cove. (H 35731, Sept. 17, 

1903.) 57593 

Rock cove. (H 35739, Sept. 17, 1903.) 

57594 

Stream (A) of doubt, (H 35724, Sept. 17, 

1903.) 57595 

Up the meadow. 

1903. ) 

Wayside (A) brook. (H 35737, Sept, 17, 
1903.) 57597 

Winooski (The). (H 35732, Sept. 17. 
1903.) 57598 

2 c. each, Sept. 17, 1903. 



(H 35736, Sept, 17, 
57596 



226 



V. 



No. 41 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



669 



Orvis (William Henry), Madi- 
son, Wis. 
kegimental flags, 17th \Visconsin volun- 
teer infantrv. (Civil war.) (H 35927, 

Sej>t. 21, 1903. I 57599 

Regimental flags, 25th Wisconsin volun- 
teer infantrv. (Civil war.) (H 34080, 
Aug. 1. 1903. ) 57600 

Regimental flags, 49th Wisconsin volun- 
teer infantrv." ( Civil war. ) ( H 35928, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57601 



2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Packard (Arthur J.), Mani- 
towoc, Wis. 
Marquette (Pere). 18. (H 35662, Sept. 

14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903.) 57602 

Parsons (Wm. D. ), Adams, 
Mass. 
Statue of Wm. McKinley at Adams, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. Front view. (H 
36357, Sept.' 30, 1903.) 57603 

Statue of Wm. McKinley at Adams, Berk- | 
shire countv, Mass. f view. (H 36356, 
Sept. 30, 1903.) 57604 

2 c. each Sept. 30, 1903. 

Purdy (James Edward), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Albers (Homer), no. 1. (H 35747, Sept. 
17. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57605 

no. 2. (H 35748, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903.) 57606 

no. 3. (H 35749, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903.) 57607 

Arnold (X. D.) no. 1. (H 35702, Sept. 

16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903.) 57608 

Aubrv (E.) no. 1. (H 36307, Sept. 29. 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903.) 57609 

Balding (T. E.) no. 1. (H 35756, Sept. 

17. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57610 

Coddimr (J. H.) no. 1. (H 35684, Sept. 

15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903.) 57611 

Hunter (P.) no. 1. (H 35755, Sept. 17, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57612 

Lawrence I S. C.) no. 1. (H 35681, Sept. 
15. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. ) 57613 

Lona'worth (X.) no. 1. (H 35754, Sept. 
17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57614 

no. 2. (H 35930, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 

c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57615 

no. 3. (H 35931, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 

c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57616 

Murrav (M. J.) no. 1. (H 35750, Sept. 
17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57617 

no. 2. (H 35751, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 

c. Sept. 17, 1903.) 57618 

227 



Purdy (James Edward ), r>o>- 
ton, Mas--. 
Palmer < II. L.) no. 1. (11 35682, Sept. 
15. 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15. L903.) 57619 

Savage (M.J.) no. 1. (H 35752, Sept. 
17, L903; 2 c. Sept. 17, L903. I 57620 

no. 2. (II 35753, Sept. 17, L903; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903.) 57621 

Smith (J. C.) no. 1. (H 35683, Sept. 

15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903.) 57622 

Woolev (Mary E. ) no. 1. (II 35741, 
Sept, 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. ) 

57623 

no. 2.. (H 35742, Sept. 17, 1903: 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903.) 57624 

no. 3. (H 35743, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903.) 57625 

no. 4. ( H 35744, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1903. ) 57626 



— no. 5. (H 35745, Sept. 1 
Sept. 17, 1903.) 

— no. 6. ( H 3 
Sept. 17, 1903.) 



1903; 2 c. 
57627 

no. 6. (H 35746, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. 

57628 



Ran (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Along the palm fringed Xile, the life 
stream of Egvpt, Cairo. X 5147. (H 
36031, Septr23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57629 

Arab bazaar in Assuan the head of steam- 
boat navigation of the Nile from Cairo, 
Egvpt. X5121. (H 35923, Sept, 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57630 

Arab funeral on a crowded street of Cairo, 
E^vpt. X 5138. (H 35906, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57631 

Arab soldiers at drill, Cairo, Egvpt. X 
5146. (H 36032, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57632 

Assuan grain market beneath the shelter- 
ing palm, Egvpt. X 5210. (H 36434, 
Oct. 1, 1903; '2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57633 

Beautiful grottos of Geziret palace. Cairo, 
Egypt. X 5141. (H 36018, Sept. 23, 

57634 



1903; 



Sept. 23, 1903. 



Beautiful Kiosque of Philae, now washed 
by the Xile, Egvpt. X 5218. ( H 36426, 
Oct. 1, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 1. 1903.). 57635 

Bisharin tvpes from Arabia, Assuan. 
Egvpt. X 5213. (H 36431, Oct. 1 , 1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57636 

Cairene (A) fodder peddler with his 
loaded camel, Cairo. Egypt. X 5133. 
(H 35911, Sept. 21, 1903: 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57637 






670 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Rau (William EL), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Cairo (A) bazaar in the Arab quarters, 
Egypt. X 5128. (H 35916, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57638 

Cheops, the great Pyramid (area of base 
13 acres) Cairo, Egypt. C 5155. (H 
36021, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) * 57639 

City (A) square near the railroad station 
of Cairo, Egypt, X 5135. ( H 35909, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57640 

Crown Prince of Germany at railway sta- 
tion of Assuan, Egvpt. X 5209. (H 
36435, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c Oct. 1, 1903.) 

57641 

Der-El-Bahri, recently excavated temple 
of Queen Hatasn, Thebes, Egypt. X 
5202. (H 36439, Oct. 1, 1903; "2 c. Oct. 
1, 1903.) 57642 

Egyptian peddlers on the road, Cairo, 
Egypt, X5134. (H 35910, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57643 

Egyptian Sphinx and Great Pyramids, 
wonders of antiquity, Cairo, Egypt. 
X 5156. ( H 36020, Sept. 23, 1903; '2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57644 

Entrance to great Xile bridge. Xasr-en- 
Nil, Cairo, Egypt. X 5150. ( H 36028, 
Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903. ) 

57645 

Gezireh palace, Cairo, Egypt. X 5140. 
(H 36017, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57646 

Glimpse (A) of the Xile, the world's 
grandest riyer, Cairo, Egypt, X 5149. 
(H 36029, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57647 

Great Xile barrage (dam) at Assuan, regu- 
lates the annual inundation, Egypt. 
X5215. {H 36423, Oct. 1, 1903: 2 c. 
Oct. 1, 1903.) 57648 

Great Pyramid and Sphinx, the silent 
watcher of the desert; height, 64 ft. 
(H 36022, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57649 

Hieroglyphics on 2nd Pylon of temple of 
Medinet, Habu, Thebes, Egypt. 5201, 



(H 36441, Oct. 1, 

1903.) 



1903; 



Oct. 1, 
57650 



Hieroglyphics, the writing of ancient 
Egyptians on walls of temple of Edfu, 
Eevpt. X 5207. (H 36440, Oct. 1, 1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57651 

"Illinois" (U. S. battleship), broadside. 
22290. (H 36226, Sept. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. ) . 57652 



Rau (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
In the Arabian quarter of Cairo, Egypt. 
X 5129. (H 35915, Sept. 21, 1903: ; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57653 

Interior of Mosque-El-Muaivad, Cairo, 
Egvpt. X 5144. ( H 36034, Sept. 23, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57654 

Interior of Mosque tomb of Barkuk, 
Cairo, Egypt. X 5143. ( H 36035, Sept. 
23, 1903; *2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57655 

Interior of the wonderful tomb of King 
Seti I. Vallev of tombs of kings, 
Egvpt. X520L (H 36437, Oct. 1,1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57656 

Island of Rhoda — traditional place where 
Moses was let down into the Xile, 
Egvpt. X 5148. (H 36030, Sept 23, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903. ) 57657 

Making the Tarboosh, worn by officials 
in Constantinople and supplanting the 
Turban in Egypt, Alexandria. X 5087. 
(H 35778, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 57658 

Mandoorah tree, called the great physi- 
cian bv Arabians, Cairo, Egypt. X 5123. 
(H 35921, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57659 

Motlev throng in an Arab bazaar of Cairo, 
Egypt. X5130. ( H 35914, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57660 

Muski ( The) , great street of Cairo and one 
of the most interesting: in the world. 
Egypt. X 5120. (H 35904, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57661 

Obelisk of Heliopolis — last of the ruins of 
the ancient city of the sun, Cairo, 
Egypt, X 51521 (H 36026, Sept. 23, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57662 

On El-Choir, a narrow street in the Arab 
bazaar quarter of Cairo, Egypt. X 5126. 
(H 35918, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57663 

Patient ships of the desert halting for a 
meal. Cairo, Egvpt. X 5132. (H 
35912, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903. ) 

57664 
Philte, the loveliest ruin of Egypt, encir- 
cled bv the glittering Xile. X5219. (H 
36425," Oct, 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 

57665 

Phike, the pearl of Egvpt, under water. 
X 5222. ( H 36428, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 
1, 1903.) 57666 

Phike's splendid temple of Isis flooded 
by the Xile, Egypt. X5220. (H 36424, 
Oct. 1, 1903; 2'c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57667 



228 



V. 37, No. 41 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



671 



Ran (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Picturesque Egypt. Pyramids Cheops, 
Chet'reu. and Mycerinus, Cairo. X 5154. 
(H 36024, Sept.' 23, 1003; 2 e. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57668 

Place Mohammed Ali principal business 
square of Alexandria, Egypt. X 5085. 
(H 35775. Sept. 18, 1903;' 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 57669 

Pompey's pillar (88 ft. high), a stately 
monolith of red granite Alexandria's 
sole relic of antiquity — Egypt, X 5086. 
(H 35777, Sept. 18,'l903f 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1903.) 57670 

Pyramids, Cheops, and Chefren, all things 
fear time, but time fears the pyramids, 
Cairo, Egypt. X5159. ( H 36019, Sept. 
23, 1903; '2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57671 

Riding the faithful donkeys in the streets 
of Cairo, Egypt. X 5125. (H 35919, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57672 

Rowing about the temple of the Nubian 
goddess, Isis, Philae, Egypt. X 5221. 
(H 36429, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. ) 

57673 

Ruins of the Temple, the Sphinx and the 
Great Pyramid, incomparable memo- 
rials of the Pharaohs, Cairo, Egypt, 
X 5157. ( H 36023, Sept. 23, 1903; "2 c. 
Sept, 23, 1903.) 57674 

Sailing craft in Alexandria's harbor the 

front door of Egypt, X5084. (H 35776. 

Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57675 
Shepheards (The) hotel known to all 

travelers in the Orient, Cairo, Egypt. 

X 5124. (H 35920, Sept. 21, 1903; '2 c. 

Sept, 21, 1903.) 57676 

Sky scrapers of lower Xew York and 
south ferry. 22291. (H 36227, Sept. 
28, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903.) 57677 

Splendid family tomb of Ismail Pasha, 
tomb of Mamelukes, Cairo, Egypt. 
X 5145. ( H 36033, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903. ) 57678 

Suk-en Xahhassen a coppersmith's bazaar 
of Cairo, Egypt. X 5127. (H 35917, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57679 

Sunday (A) crowd of Orientals at Boulak, 
Cairo, Egypt. X 5131. (H 35913, 
Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57680 

Temple of Edfu from top of Pylon, Egypt. 
X5206. (H 36436, Oct. 1, 1903;"2c. 
Oct. 1, 1903.) 57681 

Temple of Hathor, Island of Philae, en- 
gulfed by the Xile. X 5217. (H 36427, 
Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57682 



Ran (William EL), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Tombs of the kings Biban-el-Muluk, a 
valley of death, Thebes, Egypt. X 
5203. ( H 36438, ( )ct. 1 , 1 903 ;' 2 c. ( >d . 
1,1903.) 57683 

Truly Egyptian curios at Shepheards 
Hotel, Cairo, Egypt. X 5122. (H 
35922, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57684 

Typical home of the Bisharin, Assuan, 
Egypt. X 5212. (H 36432, Oct. 1, 1903; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57685 

Typical natiye boatmen at their oars on 
the Xile, Assuan, Egypt. X 5214. (H 
36430, Oct. 1, 1903f2c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 

57686 

Typical riyer boats and the great Xile 
bridge, Kasr-en-Nil, Cairo, Egypt. X 
5151. (H 36027, Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 23, 1903.) 57687 

Virgin tree, where Mary and the Child 
Jesus took refuge during the flight into 
Egypt. Cairo. X 5153. (H 36025, 
Sept, 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903.) 

57688 

Water carrier of Cairo, Egypt. X 5142. 
(H 36036, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57689 

Wedding (A) procession in an open 
street of Cairo, Egypt. X 5139. (H 
35905; Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57690 

Wedding procession of a girl of Cairo, 
Egypt. X 5137. (H 35907, Sept. 21, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57691 

Western colonnade of Temple of Isis, 
Phike, Egypt. X 5216. (H 36422, 
Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903.) 57692 

Rogers (J. W. ) Bav City, 
Mich. 
Wenona Beach park, Bay City, Mich. 
(H 35812, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1903.) 57693 

Romans (William P.), 
Seattle, Wash. 
Xorwich glacier on Mount Rainier. (EL 
35929, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57694 

Rusk (Samuel E. ) Xewport 
Xews, Va. 
Maryland, U. S. armored cruiser, chris- 
tening party. 06024. (H 35944, Sept. 
21, 1903.) * 57695 

06025. (H- 35945, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57696 
Maryland, U. S. armored cruiser, ready 

for launching. 08013. (H 35946, Sept. 

21, 1903.) 57697 



229 



672 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Rusk (Samuel E. ), Newport 
News, Va. 
Maryland, U. S. armored cruiser, ready 
for launching. 06022. ( H 35947, Sept, 
21, 1903.) 57698 

06023. (H 35943, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57699 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

St. Louis art negative com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Children's washday. (H 36147, Sept. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57700 

First (The) pants. (H 36148, Sept. 24, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57701 

Forbidden (The) book. (H 36150, Sept. 
24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57702 

Good (A) story. (H 35845, Sept. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 57703 

In the swing. (H 35843, Sept. 19, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 57704 

Little friends. (H 35844, Sept. 19, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. ) 57705 

Morning (The) wash. (H 35849, Sept. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903.) 57706 

Reverie. (H 35846, Sept, 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903.) 57707 

Skin the cat. (H 35850, Sept. 19, 1903; 
2 c. Sept, 19, 1903.) 57708 

Solid comfort. (H 35847, Sept, 19, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 57709 

Two (The) grandmas. (H 35848, Sept. 
19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903.) 57710 

Which hand. (H 36146, Sept, 24, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 23, 1903.) 57711 

Sampson (Tawstock Devon) , 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lake Huntington, Sullivan co., N. Y. 
no. 1. (H 35037, Aug. 5, 1903.) 57712 

no. 2. (H 35038, Aug. 5, 1903.) 

57713 
2 c. each Aug. 5, 1903. 

Saunders (W. W.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Another stretch of the new state road. 
(H 36005, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57714 

Assay office, Roosevelt, (H 35995, Sept. 
21,1903.) 57715 

Bennett's tree. (H 35974, Sept, 21, 
1903.) 57716 

Big pines of the Idaho mountains. (H 
35964, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57717 

Botha creek flume. (H 35989, Sept, 21, 
1903.) 57718 

Breakfast, in camp, on the Salmon river. 
(H 35968, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57719 



Saunders (W. W.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Business centre, Roosevelt. (H 35997, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57720 

Cabin, north end of Long vallev. (H 
35970, Sept. 21, 1903.) * 57721 

| Chilkoot pass. (H 35972, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 
1 57722 

! Conjunction of Toltec, Alaska, and cen- 
tral tunnel sites. (H 35988, Sept, 21, 
| 1903.) 57723 

! Dewev mine, showing old Caswell sluice. 
(H 35977, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57724 



(H 35975, 
57725 



Edge of gold-bearing district. 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 

Empress tunnel site. (H 35985, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57726 

Fallen (A) giant, (H 35962, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57727 

First cabin, Euclid town site. ( II 35991 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57728 

First wedding in Thunder mountain. 
(H 35999, Sept, 21, 1903.) 57729 

Forest, Twentieth century property. ( H 
35987, Sept, 21, 1903.) " * 57730 

General view of Roosevelt, looking south. 
(H 35992, Sept, 21, 1903.) 57731 



Glimpse (A) of Peace valley 
Sept, 21, 1903. ) 



(H 35965, 
57732 



Glimpse (A) of the new state road. (H 
36001, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 57733 

(H 35981, 
57734 



Gulch, Toltec tunnel site 
Sept. 21, 1903. ) 



Head of Botha creek — Toltec on the right, 
( H 35982, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 57735 

Home (A) in Long valley. (H 35967, 
Sept, 21, 1903.) 57736 

Homeward bound — goodbye to the 
mountains. (H 36006, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57737 

Interior Pittsburg tunnel. ( H 35979, 
Sept, 21, 1903.) 57738 

Land (The) of the sagebrush. (H 35958, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57739 

Ledge on north end of Empress. (H 
35986, Sept, 21, 1903.) 57740 

Lumber camp in the mountains. (H 
35969, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57741 

Mouth of Pittsburg tunnel. (H 35978, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57742 

Monumental creek flume. (H 35990, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57743 

On the Dewey cut off, near top of Dry 
Buck summit, (H 36003, Sept, 21, 
1903.) 5 7744 



230 



I 37, No. 41 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



673 



Saunders (W. W.), Cleve- 
land. Ohio, 
ikir special artist and his thoroughbred. 
II 36000, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57745 



(H 35961, 
57746 



(H 

57747 



( H 35998, 
57748 



Pawtte river at Plowinans 
3ept. 21, P 

Plowman? Inn, Pavette valley. 
0, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

Popular (A) hitching post 
Sept. 21, 1903. | 

Rain now peak, from Toltec tunnel site. 
(H 35984, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57749 

Ranch home in Long valley. (H 36002, 
3ept. 21, 1903.) 57750 

Ranch in Round valley. ( H 36004, Sept. 
81, 1903.) 57751 

Rocks and sage brush. (H 35959, Sept. 
21, 1903. I ^ 57752 

Rockv pass. (H 35973, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57753 

Roosevelt, looking north. (H 35996, Sept, 

21, 1903.) 57754 



(H 35993, Sept. 21, 
57755 



(H 35994, 
57756 



(H 35983, Sept. 
57758 



Roosevelt post office 
1903.) 

Roosevelt second-hand store 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 

Ruined (A) forest. (H 35963, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57757 

Scaling Toltec heights 
21, 1903.) 

Start (The) to Thunder mountain. (H 
35957, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57759 

Sweet post-office, Peace valley. ( H 35966, 
Sept. 21, 1903.) 57760 

Thunder mountain; Dewev mine. (H 
35976, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57761 

Unloading Pittsburg tunnel saw mill. ( H 
35980, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57762 

View from our camp on Indian creek. 
(H 35971, Sept, 21, 1903.) 57763 

2 c. each Sept, 21, 1903. 

Schreyvogel (Charles), Ho- 
boken, X. J. 
Night (A) hawk. (H 36282, Sept. 29, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903.) * 57764 

Small wood ( Edgar W. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Finish of the 1903 American Derbv. (H 
33490, Julv 16, 1903. ) * 57765 



Position at half mile, 1903 Derbv. (H 
33491, July 16, 1903.) * 57766 

1 c. each Julv 2, 1903: 1 c. each Aug. 
21, 1903. 






Stoddard (S. P.), (ileus Falls, 
X. V. 
An Sable lakes, from Indian head. no. 
479. (H 34962, Aug. 21, 1903. ) 57767 

Bloodv pond. 215. (II 36158, Sept. 24, 
1903.) 

Fresh air contingent, Saranac Inn. 192. 
(H 36157, Sept. 24, 1903.) 57769 

Lake George, Sabbath Day point, from 



the north. 
21, 1903.) 



no. 264. 



(H 34960, Aug. 
57770 



Lake George, south from Hague bay. no. 
265. (H 34961, Aug. 21, 1903.)* 57771 

Xew Fort William Henry hotel, Lake 
George. 1086. (H 34964, Aug. 21, 
1903.) 57772 

New steamer Vermont, Lake Champlain. 
1055. (H 34963, Aug. 21, 1903.) 57773 



191. 



(H 36156, 
57774 



190. (H 36155, 
57775 



Saranac Inn from east. 
Sept. 24, 1903. ) 

Saranac Inn from south. 
Sept. 24, 1903. ) 

Saranac Inn stage. 189. (H 36154, Sept. 
24, 1903.) 57776 

2 c. each Sept. 24, 1903. 

Stolzenberg (Fritz), Seattle, 
Wash. 
How was it punctured. (H 35861, Sept. 
21, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57777 

Strauss (J. C), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Hawes(H. B.) Portrait "e." (H 36362, 
Sept. 30, 1903.) 57778 

portrait"!'." (H 36363, Sept. 30, 

1903.) 57779 

2 c. each Sept. 30, 1903. 

Sweet brothers, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
After (An) glow. (H 36616, Sept. 23, 
1903.) 57780 

Silver birch. (H 36115, Sept. 23, 1903.) 

57781 

Spring (A) morning. (H 36114, Sept. 

23,1903.) 57782 

Springtime along the creek. (H 36113, 
Sept. 23, 1903.) 57783 

2 c. each Sept. 23, 1903. 

Tingley (Geo. E.), Mystic, 
Conn. 
Comrades. (H 35924, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57784 

Rendezvous (The,). (H 35925, Sept. 21, 

1903.) 57785 

Shore duties. (H 35926, Sept, 21, 1903. ) 

57786 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 



231 



674 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 
Arlington, N. J. 

Gardiner river road, Eagle's nest, Yel- 
lowstone park, looking n. to snowy 
mountain wall. (H 35942, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57787 

Great (The) procession passing Mori 
Gate toward the Durbar camp, Delhi, 
India, no. 1. (H 35941, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57788 

no. 2. (H 35940, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57789 

Roosevelt (President and Mrs.) and 
guests — noted officers and yachtsmen at 
Naval review off Long Island. (H 
35939, Sept. 21, 1903.) 57790 

Where Boiling river, still hot and steam- 
ing meets the cool Gardiner in Yellow- 
stone Park, U. S. A. (H 35938, Sept. 
21, 1903.) 57791 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1903. 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Caught in the act. ( H 35860, Sept. 21, 
1903.) 57792 

Lunching. (H 35858, Sept. 21, 1903.) 

57793 

Two women and cardinal in garden. ( H 

35857, Sept. 21, 1903. ) 57794 

Two women reading letter. (H 35859, 

Sept. 21, 1903.) 57795 

2 c: each Sept. 21, 1903. 

Wasson (C. L. ), Decatur, 111. 
Looking up the avenue, entrance to gov- 
ernment grounds, Rock Island, 111. (H 
35653, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1903.) 57796 



Waters (R. J.) & co., San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Stanford University. (H 35813, Sept. 18, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. I, 1903.) 57797 

White ( H. C. ) company, North 
Bennington, Vt. 
Homeward bound — leaving Culebra is- 
land, Porto Rico, for U. S., end of the 
naval maneuvers in West Indies. 7441. 
(H 32893, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 57798 

Williams ( Jno. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Bronze grille doors, consisting of open- 
work panels, with sculptured scrolls 
and bars and ornamentation, for resi- 
dence in Boston, Mass. (H 35700, Sept. 
16, 1903.) 57799 

Sculptured bronze doors showing biblical 
scenes, erected in central portal of Saint 
Bartholomew' s church, New York. ( H 
35699, Sept. 16, 1903.) 57800 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1903. 

Wood (Franklyn Stratton), 
Newport, R. I. 
Elliott (Mrs. S. H.) (H 35677, Sept. 14, 
1903.) 57801 

Schenck (Miss Nathalie). (H 35676, Sept. 
14, 1903.) 57802 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1903. 

Young (Martha), Greens- 
boro, Ala. 
AuntPaliny. no. 2. (H 35435, Aug. 31, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1903.) 57803 

Zahn (J. E.), Denver, Colo. 
Balanced rock. (H 35792, Sept. 18, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. ) 57804 



Number of Photograph entries since Jan. 1, 1903 



11,387 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. " Copvright bv American lithographic companv, New York, 
N. Y. Class I, XXc, no. 8126, Sept. 29, 1903;' 2 copies received Sept. 29, 1903." 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Fashion (The) girl. R. 18; a young 
woman attired in costly and stvlish 
manner. (I 8126, Sept. 29, 1903. ) 

57805 

Japanese (The) dancer; a little Japanese 

girl without shoes. (I 8127, Sept. 29, 

1903.) 57806 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1903. 



Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Illustration showing a couple of ladies in- 
specting some dress goods. (I 8114, 
Sept. 28, 1903.) 57807 

Illustration showing a lady inspecting a 
lot of blankets. (1 8111, Sept. 28, 1903.) 

57808 



232 



V. 37, No. 41 



FINE ARTS 



675 



Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Illustration showing lull length figure of 
a lady in full profile. (I 8110, Sept. 28, 
1903.) 57809 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
man in full back view. (I 8118, Sept. 
28, L903.) 57810 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a man in three-quarter front view. (I 
8116, Sept. 28. 1903.) 57811 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a man standing in an easv attitude. 
I I 8119, Sept. 28, 1903.) 57812 

Illustration showing half-length figare of 
ladv seated in a position showing body 
in full profile. ( I 8112, Sept. 28, 1903. ) 

57813 

Illustration showing half-length figures 
of three voung ladies. (I 8109, Sept. 
28, 1903.)" 57814 

Illustration showing half-length figures of 
two men standing. (I 8117, Sept. 28, 
1903.) 57815 

Illustration showing three-quarter length 
of figure of a ladv in three-quarter front 
view. (I 8113, Sept. 28, 1903. ) 57816 

Illustration showing three-quarter length 
figure of a ladv standing before a coun- 
ter. (I 8115, Sept, 28,1903.) 57817 

Illustration showing view of the corner 
of a room in a dwelling, showing two 
ladies. (I 8120, Sept. 28, 1903. ) 

57818 
1 photo, each Sept. 28, 1903. 

Blackmore •(Arthur E. ), 
Mt. Vernon, X. Y. 
Danse (La) des galants; garden scene, 
time and costumes Louis XV. (1 8125, 

»Sept. 29, 1903; 1 photo. Sept, 29, 1903.) 
57819 
Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Courtship; a colonial scene in which a 
man and a woman are seated in the 
shade of a large tree. (1 8099, Sept. 25, 
1903; 1 photo. Sept. 25, 1903.) 57820 

Happy days; an old man wearing a 
striped cap and velvet coat. (I 8094, 
Sept. 25, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 25, 1903.) 

57821 

Homeward "bound; two two-masted 
schooners with sails partlv spread. (I 
8108, Sept. 28, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 28, 
1903.) 57822 

House of Desdemona; a Venetian dwell- 
ing of medieval architecture, three 
stories in height. (I 8092, Sept. 25, 
1903; 1 photo. Sept. 25, 1903.) 57823 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 

Minn. 

Lovers' (The) quarrel; an Italian man 

and woman, head and shoulders. (I 

8093, Sept. 25, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 25, 

1903.) 57824 

Old (The) frog pond; a quiet rural scene, 
probably late in the day. ( 1 8096, Sept. 
25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903.) 

57825 

On the boulevard; two spirited horses 
hitched tandem to a high two wheeled 
cart. (I 8098, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
25,1903.) 57826 

Rosebuds; figure about two-thirds, of a 
voung girl seated and holding a bunch 
of roses. (18097, Sept, 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903.) 57827 

Thoroughbreds (The); a woman and man, 
horseback clearing a little stream. (I 



8095, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 



1903. 



57828 



Winner (The), in foreground, a ninety- 
foot vacht, the starboad side being in 
full view. (I 8100, Sept. 25, 1903; 1 
photo. Sept. 25, 1903. J 57829 

Causton (Sir Joseph) & sons, 

ltd., London, England. 

Milkmaid and cows; cows walking along 

followed by a milkmaid carrving a pail 

in her right hand. (I 8105," Sept. 28, 

1903; 1 photo. Sept. 28, 1903.) 57830 

Clay (John Cecil), New 7 York, 
N.Y. 
Wallace (Lew) portrait sketch; f head 
and shoulders. (I 8107, Sept. 28, 1903; 
1 photo. Sept. 28, 1903.) 57831 

Cotzhausen (Alfred von), 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Admiration; allegorical representation 

of a female figure seated upon the bank 

of a stream. (I 7990, Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57832 
Blue (The) ribbon life saver; a hand 
holding a bottle attached to which is a 
ribbon. (I 7987, Sept. 18, 1903.) 

57833 

Classic graces; a female figure standing 

on a "sea shell. (I 7993, Sept. 18, 

1903.) 57834 

Fountain waters; an allegorical represen- 
tation of a female figure standing upon 
a rock. (I 7989, Sept, 18, 1903.) 

57835 

Invitation; female figure seated near a 
forest, her hands resting carelessly be- 
side her. (I 7994, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 

57836 



233 



676 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Cotzhausen (Alfred von), 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

It saves lives; a milkmaid with a pail in 
her right hand, her left arm resting 
upon a cow's head. (I 7992, Sept. 18. 
1903.) 57837 

Life (A) preserver for young and old ; an 
old man and child; child holding a 
nursing bottle in her right hand. (I 
7988, Sept. 18, 1903.) 57838 

Moonlight charms; a winged female fig- 
ure, soaring through the clouds. (I 
7995, Sept. 18, 1903. ) 57839 

Psyche; allegorical representation of a 

winged female figure, seated upon the 

shore of a stream. (I 7991, Sept. 18, 

1903.) 57840 

1 photo, each Sept, 18, 1903. 

Fairbanks (E. & T. ) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Builders' plan; 80 ft., 80 tons, eight sec- 
tions, railway track scale of commer- 
cial tvpe. no. 9-14-03 W sheet 1, 
drawer 3. (I 8101, Sept, 26, 1903. ) 

57841 
Foundation plan; 80 ft., 80 tons, eight 
sections, railway track scale of commer- 
cial tvpe. no. 9-14-03 W sheet 2, 
drawer 3. (I 8102, Sept, 26, 1903. ) 

57842 
1 photo, each Sept, 26, 1903. 

Fiske ( Harrison Grav), New 

York, X. Y. 

Fiske (Mrs.) Mary of Magdala. In a 

garment of sack cloth, which resembles 

that of a nun. (I 8101, Sept. 26, 1903; 

1 photo. Sept. 21, 1903.) 57843 

Green (G. G. ), Woodbury, 
X. J. 
In haste; a young woman dressed in a 
rich, stvlish manner. (I 8121, Sept. 
29, 1903.) 57844 

Messenger; bust portrait of a messenger 
boy who appears to be running at full 
speed. (I 8123, Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57845 
1 photo, each Sept. 29, 1903. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, 
Germany. 
Adelaide; an interior, a lady, accom- 
panied on the piano by a gentleman, is 
singing. (I 8073, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 

57846 



Hanfstaengl i Franz), Munich, 

Germany. 

Cupid conquered; a young woman seated 

on a sofa, her head supported by the 

left hand. (I 8089, Sept, 25, 1903. ) 

57849 

Curiosity; a young woman, decollete 
dress, jewels in hair. (I 8077, Sept. 
25, 1903.) 57850 

Deer (A) family; a scene in the moun- 
tains. (I 80f6, Sept, 25, 1903. ) 57851 

Duncan (Miss), a woman dancing, she 
is standing on her right foot. (I 8058, 
Sept. 25, 1903.) 57852 

Duncan (Miss), a woman, full length 
figure, left foot set forward. (I 8059, 
Sept. 25, 1903.) 57853 

Evening solitude, two voung women in 
close embrace. (1 8078, Sept, 25, 1903. ) 

57854 

Fairyland; a little girl seated on the 
ground in the woods. (I 8056, Sept, 
25, 1903.) 57855 

Falstaff ; a full length portrait of Sir John 
Falstaff. (I 8080, Sept, 25, 1903.) 

57856 

First (The) roses; three-quarter figure of 
a woman, in her left hand flowers. 
(I 8083, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57857 

First (The) visit; an interior, a newly 
married couple is making a visit. (I 
8061, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57858 

Fortellinu the future; a room in a peasant 
dwelling. (I 8046, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 

57859 

Four (The) temperaments, four monks, 
seated on a bench, their physiognomies 
represent the four temperaments. (I 
8074, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57860 

Going to the meet; a gentleman on horse- 
back is conversing with two women. 
(I 8068, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57861 

Golden October: an autumn scene in a 
forest, (I 8055, Sept. 25, 1903.) 

57862 

Good friends; a little Dutch girl, seated 
on a chair. (I 8084, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 

57863 

Guerrero III; a young Spanish woman 
seated, arms resting on her lap. (I 
8086, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57864 



Before the failure; a scene in an English ! Guerrero IV; a bust portrait of a Spanish 

country place. (I 8065, Sept. 25, 1903.) ■ woman, head turned to the left 
* 57847 ! 8087, Sept. 2o, 1903.) 



57865 



Courtship, a young man barefooted is 
making love to a voung woman. (I 
8081, Sept. 25, 1903. j 57848 



Hand kiss (The); an interior, two ladies 
seated in chairs. (I 8052, Sept. 25, 
1903.) 57866 



234 



V. 37, No. 41 



FINE ARTS 



077 



Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, 
Germany. 
Happy childhood; a scene in a park, a 
ladv seated od a rattan chair. (I 8066, 
Sept. 25, 1903.) 57867 

In the orchard; a woman, standing fig- 
ure, is peeling an apple. (I 8091, Sept- 
ic, 1903.) 57868 

Innocence, portrait of a young woman, 
full face, her hair is flowing over her 
bosom. (I 8085, Sept. 25, 1903.) 

57869 

Japanese (A) song; a woman in Japanese 
costume, a fan in her right hand. (I 
8063, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57870 

Landscape by twilight; landscape at sun- 
set; in the foreground a lake over 
which a bird is flying. (I 8051, Sept. 
25,1903.) 57871 

Love's whispering; a young lady seated 
on a sofa is surrounded by cupids. (I 
8079, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57872 

Madonna; the Virgin Mary, bust picture, 
face profile, a cloth draped around her 
head. (I 8062, Sept. 25 1903.) 57873 

Making friends; two calves are looking 
closelv at a bird sitting on a wheelbar- 
row. " (I 8047, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57874 

New (The) jewels; a young woman stand- 
ing before a mirror. (I 8071, Sept. 25, 
1903.) 57875 

Planning a journey; an interior; a lady 
seated at a table is consulting with a 
gentleman concerning a voyage. (I 
8075, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57876 

Ready for a walk; a lady in street cos- 
tume is going to start for a promenade. 
(I 8070, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57877 

Soothing tunes; an old monk with white 
beard, a pra}^er book in his hand. (I 
8050, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57878 

Spring (A) idyl; a dog seated on the 
ground, collar around the neck, is look- 
ing at a beetle. ( 1 8064, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 

57879 

Star of Bethlehem; the three magi from 
the Orient on horseback. (I 8048, 
Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57880 

Storm driven; a herd of oxen crossing a 
road, during a rainstorm. (I 8072, 
Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57881 

Sunflowers; two little girls walking 
through a field, each carries a large 
sunflower. (I 8060, Sept. 25. 1903. ) 

57882 



Hanfstaengl (Fran/.), Munich, 

Germany. 

Taking a rest; a young woman, having 

set her basket of fruit on the ground, 

is taking a rest. (I 8053, Sept. 25, 

1903.) 57883 

Teasing; a scene in Italy, a group of four 
girls and a barefooted young man. (I 
8049, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57884 

Telling the fortune; an elegantly furnished 
interior, a lady seated at a table. (I 
8045, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57885 

Temptation; two ladies seated at a table 
are taking tea. ( I 8069, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 

57886 

Tired of playing; a young woman seated 
on a tabouret, holding a musical instru- 
ment. (I 8090, Sept.' 25, 1903.) 57887 

Under the mistletoe; a little girl, full 

figure, standing, a fan in her left hand. 

i (I 8067, Sept. 25, 1903.) 57888 

Undine; a young woman, long hair fall- 
ing over her shoulders and breast, is 
bathing in a lake. (I 8054, Sept. 25, 
1903.) 57889 

Unpleasant news; two ladies and a gen- 
tleman seated at a dining table. (I 
8057, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57890 

Washday; two young women, one seated 
on an overturned wash tub, the other 
with arms thrown back. (I 8088, Sept. 
25, 1903.) 57891 

Water carrier; a young woman carrying 
in her left hand a vessel filled with 
water. (I 8082, Sept. 25, 1903. ) 57892 
1 photo, each Sept. 25, 1903. 

Lawrence & Bullen, ltd., Lon- 
don, England. 
"Brighton (The) road," the "Maidens' 
Head at Uckfielcl;" the interior of an 
inn, on the high road. (I 8106, Sept. 
28, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 28, 1903. ) 57893 

Perry (Roland Hinton), New 
York, N. Y. 
Street (A) scene of modern New York; 
panel. Background is formed by a 
mass of office buildings. (I 8122, Sept. 
29, 1903; 1 photo. Sept. 29, 1903.) 

57894 

Wolf & company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Love's devotion; man in court attire 
sitting at table holding down some let- 
ters. (I 8121, Sept. 29, 1903; 1 photo. 
Sept. 29, 1903. ) 57895 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 2,758 



8321—03 6 



235 



INDEX TO No. 641 

This index contains in one alphabet, it) addition to the names of copyright proprietors, the names 
also of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic compositions; the titles of Dramatic compositions; 
and the titles of anonymous Books proper. 






Aehenbach (J. G.) 
57036. 

Acker (H.J.) Catalogue. 55702. 

Ackley (U. E.) Musical comp.: 56611. 

Edams (J. H.) Musical comp.: 56612. 

Adams (R.) & co. Citator. 56231. 

Advertising dept. of the Amer. soda foun- 
tain co. Amer. hot soda. 55708. 

Advisory rates. 55703. 

Alden(C.W.) Sunshine bulletin. 56588. 

Alexander (J. D.) Treatise. 55706. 

All in the family. 56110. 

Allen ( T. F. ) To refrigerating engineers. 
56079. 

Allyn (E. G. ) Musical comp.: 56614. 

Amer. architect co. Amer. arch. & bldg. 
news. 56146. 

Amer. brazing co. Ferrofix. 55833. 

Amer. eccl. rev. Eccl. rev. 56271. 

Amer. fabric ptg. co Chromos and 
lithos.: 57232. 

Amer. florist co. Amer. florist. 56150. 

Amer. gynecology. 56154. 

Amer. hot soda. 55708. 

Amer. Jewish year-bk. 55709. 

Amer. litho. co. Fine arts: 57805. 

Amer. lumberman. 56158. 

American music syndicate. Musical 
comp.: 56615. 

Amer. muto. & biograph co. Photo- 
graphs: 57348. 

American pub. and eng. co. Our produc- 
tions. 56513. 

American reserve fund. Banks & trust 
cos. 55717. 

Amer. school & college agency. How to 
secure. 55859. 

Amer. school of corres. 

Cotton spinning. 55775. 
Rendering in pen & ink. 55993. 
Shades. 56019. 

American society for the prevention of 
crueltv to animals. Our animal friends. 
56512.' 

Amer. soda fountain co. Bk. of Amer. 
hot soda supplies. 55736. 

Amer. stereoscopic co. Photographs: 
57404. 

Amer. suretv co. Suretyship bond. 
56044. 

Amer. telephone jour. co. Amer. tel. jour. 
56166. 



Amer. tract soc. Noble (A. L.) Under 

twelve flags. 55945. 
Amer. Unitarian assn. Mead (E. D. ) 

Principles of the founders. 55921. 
Amer. well works. Engravings, etc.: 

57037. 
Angelo (H.) Engravings, etc.: 57038. 
Appleton (D.) & co. 

Cotes (S. J. D.) Pool in the desert, 

55773. 
Morrison (F. S.) Greek lessons. 
55927. 
Arkellco. Fun with Si Scudder. 56333. 
Arthur (J.) Photographs: 57407. 
Ascherberg (E.) & co. Musical comp.: 

56617. 
Ashdown (E. ), ltd. Musical comp.: 

56620. 
Atlantic coast Portland cement co. 55711 . 
Aubke (H. F. ) Musical comp. : 56621. 
Aulde (J.) Therapeutic guide. 55713. 
Autumn catalogue. 55714. 
Baedekersche buch-und kunsthandlung 

und Buchdruckerei. 56112. 
Baily (W. L.) Photographs: 57410. 
Baldwin ( R. M. ) Hist, of Nebr. Ep worth 

assembly. 55715. 
Balliet (K) Musical comp. : 56622. 
Bankers pub. co. Barrett ( A. R. ) Mod. 

banking methods. 55719. 
Banks & trust cos. of X. Y. 55717. 
Barber asphalt paving co. Theorv. 

56070. 
Barnes ( W. S. ) Musical comp. : 56623. 
Barnes-Crosby co. Fine arts: 57807. 
Barnett (H.)* System of merchandising. 

55718. 
Barrett ( A. R. ) Mod. banking methods. 

55719. 
Barrie (G. ) & son. Engravings, etc.: 

57085. 
Barss (J. E. ) Writing Latin. 55720. 
Bartlett (B. E.) Musical comp.: 56624. 
Bat(B.) Slick. 55721. 
Bates & Guild co. Masters in art, 56396. 
Bawo & Dotter. B. & I). bulletin. 56173. 
Beach (F.C.) Encycl. Americana. 55826. 
Beale (C. C.) Early Amer. shorthand. 

55722. 



II 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Beck (L. L.) & St. Williams (J. L.) 
Musical comp. : 56625. 

Beery (P. B.) Portland cement. 55723. 

Bell (J. J.) Mrs. McLerie. 55724. 

Bell (J. P. ) co. Va. law register. 56606. 

Bender ( M . ) Fiero (J. X. ) Law & prac- 
tice. 55834. 

Bennett (H.) Advisory rates. 55703. 

Bennison (0. L. ) Musical comp. : 56626. 

Benson (0. A.) Amer. adviser. 56145. 

Berg ( W. T. ) Official railway guide of 
Chicago. 56509. 

Berkeley (G. A.) Musical comp. : 56627. 

Bible. 'English. Holy Bible. 55725. 

Bible. N. T. English. Worker's X. T. 
55726. 

Bible study pub. co. Bible study union. 
55727. 

Bible study union. 55727. 

Bickelmann (C. D.) Photographs: 57411. 

Bigham & Smith agents. Tillett (W. F. ) 
Doctrines & polity of the M. E. church, 
south. 56078. 

Biles (J. W. ) co. Biles semi-mo. pocket 
ed. 56176. 

Bishop (H.G.) Practical printer. 55732. 

Blackmore (A. E.) Fine arts: 57819. 

Blakiston's (P. ) son & co. Edgar ( J. C. ) 
Practice of obstetrics. 55816. 

Bloom (S. ) Musical comp. : 56628. 

Bobbett & Kegrize. Musical comp. : 
56629. 

Bobbs-Merrill co. Seawell (M. E.) For- 
tunes of Fin. 56014. 

Bolles (C. E.) Photographs: 57414. 

Boniface Xav. (Brother). Musical 
comp. : 56630. 

Book agents of the M. E. church, south. 
Moody (T. L. ) Preguntas y respuestas 
Biblicas. 55924. 

Book of Amer. hot soda supplies. 55736. 

Boosey & co. Musical comp. : 56631. 

Bornemann (O.) Musical comp.: 56633. 

Boston herald co. McCluskey's mus- 
ings. 55909. 

Bosworth & co. Musical comp. : 56635. 

Bote (E. ) & Bock (G.) Musical comp.: 
56636. 

Bottle. 55738. 

Bottome(W. B.) Laundrvchat. 55887. 

Boysen (J. T.) Photographs: 57449. 

Brake paradox. 55739. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. Musical comp.: 
56637. 

Breon (H. E.) Musical comp. : 56640. 

Brewers hand bk. 55740. 

Broadway mag. co. B'way mag. 56190. 

Brock (X.) Photographs: 57458. 

Brooklyn daily eagle. 56191. 

Brooks* boat mfg. co. System. 55741. 

Brooks system. 55741. 

Broughton (L. G. ) God's will. 55742. 

Brown (A.) Judgment. 55743. 

Brown (L.H.) Mistletoe. 55744. 

Brown (W. M. S.) Musical comp.: 
56641. 



Engravings, etc. 



55746. 
racing form. 



Brown & Bigelow 

57090. 

For Fine arts see 57820. 
Browning ( R. ) Pompilia 
Brunell (F. H.) Dailv 

56244. 

Buettner (T.) & co. Cat. 55760. 
Buffalo Catholic pub. co. Cath. union & 

times. 56208. 
Buffalo forge co. Illus. cat. 55748. 
Building contractors. 55749. 
Building of a fortune. 55750. 
Bulletin co. Eve. bull. 56282. 
Burdick (A. M.) Scovia. 55752. 
Burke (B. E. ) McBride complete geog. 

55753. 
Burland (H.) Unspeakable thing. 

55754. 
Burnham (C. A.) Photographs: 57466. 
Business opportunity co. Business op- 
portunities. 56199. 
Buvers reference co. 

" List of buvers. 56386. 
Buver's ref. 56200. 
Bvron (G. G. N.) Poems. 55755. 
Caldwell (H. M.) co. 

Byron (G. G. X.) Poems of senti- 
ment, 55755. 
Penn (W.) Some fruits of solitude. 
55968. 
California demokrat pub. co. Konsky 

(H. von) Yaleska. 55882. 
Campbell (B. S. P.) Undine. 56120. 
Campbell, Metzger & Jacobson. Chro- 

mos and lithos. 57234. 
Canisius college. Acker (H. J.) Cat. 

of Catholic lit, 55702. 
Cape Breton lass. 56111. 
Carey (J. W.) Facts. 55829. 
Carey (R. X.) Passage perilous. 55757. 
Carpenter (F.) Xew Sweden. 55941. 
Carpenter ( F. G. ) Amer. in Norwav. 

55707. 
Carque (O.) Xutritive & therapeutic 

value of fruits. 55758. 
Carson (L. C. ) Eng. composition. 

55759. 
Carter & Corey. Desc. cat. 55796. 
Casa Dotesio. * Musical comp. : 56642. 
Gassier mag. co. Cassier's mag. 56202. 
Catalog. 55760. 

Catalogue. See Acker (H. J.) 55702. 
Catholic news pub. co. Cath. news. 

56203. 
Causton {Sir J. ) & sons. Fine arts: 57830. 
Central X. Y. tel. & tel. co. Direct, 

55761. 
Central news & press exchange. Photo- 
graphs: 57469. 
Chapman (F. M.) Bird-lore. 56178. 
Chappell & co. Musical comp. : 56643. 
Chemists' handbk. 55763. 
Chicago daily news co. Chicago daily 

news. 56211. 
Christian (W. A.) Nat. burial assn. 

55935. 



INDEX TO NO. (141 






Christian students' pub. co. Christian 
students' mag. 56230. 

Chrystal (A.) How elec. cures. 55856. 
Circular. 55764. 
Clay (J. C. | Fine arts: 57831. 
Clements (J . R. | Engravings, ete. : 57093. 
Cleveland steel joist. 55766. 
glinedinst ( B. M. ) Photographs: 57472. 
poburn (L.J.J land& lumberco. Greater 

New Britain. 55847. 
Colburn (L. E.) Musical comp. : 56649. 
Coleman (H.) Musical comp.: 5ti650. 
Colonial advertising co. Street (J. L. ) 

Awful story. 56038. 
Colorado .decisions. 55767. 
Columbia copyright £ patent co. Leaf- 
let. 55889/ 
Columbian hardware co. Cleveland steel 

joist. 55766. 
Communications. 55768. 
Concord. Hist, of Concord. 55769. 
Concord hist, commission. Concord, 

N. H. Ci&y history commission. Hist. 

of Concord. 55769. 
Condon (R. J.) Montana. 55771. 
Connahan ( C. M. ) Musical comp. : 56651. 
Converse ( C. C. ) Musical comp. : 56652. 
Cook (E. T.) Introductions. 55772 
Costallat & co. Musical comp. : 56653. 
Cotes (S. J. D.) Pool in the desert. 

55773. 
Cottolene primer. 55774. 
Cotton spinning. 55775. 
Cotzhausen (A. von). Fine arts: 57832. 
Couch (A. T. Q.-) Hetty Wesley. 55776. 
Coughlin (J. M. ) Picture lessons. 55787. 
Courier co. Chromos and lithos. : 57235. 
Courtney ( W. L. ) I ndine. 56120. 
Covel mfg. co. Handy guide. 55788. 
Cramer (G. ) drv plate co. Photographs: 

57478.' 
Cramer ( J. B. ) & co. , ltd. Musical comp. : 

56655. 
Criterion pub. co. Criterion. 56241. 
Crockett (S. R.) 

Crockett (S. R.) Cyrilla. 55789. 
Good Samaritan. 55/90. 
Crossy (B. S.) & Russell (E. ) She loved— 

she sinned. 56118. 
Curlander (M. ) Maryland. Court of 

Appeals. Repts. 55919. 
Curtis (C. E.) Chromos and lithos.: 

57259. 
Curtis (E. S.) Photographs: 57479. 
Curtis & Cameron. Photographs: 57480. 
Curtis pub. co. Ladies home journal. 

56374. 
Cur wen ( J. ) & sons, ltd. Musical comp. : 

56657. 
Cyclopedic digest for 111. 55791. 
Da Costa (J. C.) Mod. surgery. 55792. 
Daily story pub. co. 

Brown (W. P.) Of the surname 

Smidt. 55745. 
Canfield (H. S. ) Out of the night 
wreck. 55756. 



Daily story pub. co.— Continued. 

Chamberlain ( P. ) Woman. 55762. 
Harris(K.) Flowered nettle. 55849. 
Henrv (L. ) Her old friend Gladys. 

55S52. 
Hinrichsen(W. II. ) Widow. 55854. 
Plummer (J. C. ) Man proposes. 

55972. 
Seroco. 56558. 
Dana ( W. B. ) co. Commer. & fin an. 

chronicle. 56235. 
D' Ardell (L. S. ) Dailv bulletin. 56243. 
Darrow (C. S.) 

Bismarckian socialism. 55733. 
Socialism. 56025. 
Wilhelm Liebknecht, 56106. 
Davidson (J. R. ) Bangs (J. K. ) Genial 

idiot. 55716. 
Davis (B. D. G. ) Dewey's welcome 

home. 55799. 
Davis (T. H.) Pembertons. 56117. 
Day ( O. M. ) Musical comp. : 56658. 
Davhn. Photographs: 57481. 
Dean (W. A.) Photographs: 57483. 
Dean music co. Musical comp. : 56659. 
Dean's interest & equation exponents. 

55793. 
Decker (H. J. H.) Musical comp.: 

56663. 
Decourcelle (P. ) Musical comp. : 56664. 
Delano (C. H.) & son. Cordage trade 

jour. 56239. 
Deming & Rogers. Amer. shoemakins:. 

56162. 
Denison(T. S.) Denton (C.J.) Twink- 
ling fingers. 55794. 
Denton (C.J.) Twinkling fingers. 55794. 
Denver guide. 55795. 
Derrick pub. co. Oil City derrick. 56511 . 
Descriptive cat. 55796. 
Detmer ( H. ) Musical comp. : 56666. 
Detroit city direct. 55797. 
Detroit photo, co. Engravings, etc.: 
57096. 

For Photographs see 57485. 
Deuble (C. G.) Engravings, etc. : 57097. 
Dewdrop ( Dora) pseud. Christian science 

poems. 55798. 
Dewev's welcome home. 55799. 
Dickie birds. 55800. 
Dillon (A. L. ) Musical comp. : 56667. 
Dillworth (J. D.) Assessed values. 

55801. 
Dingman (Mrs. W. B.) Musical comp.: 

56668. 
Ditson (O.) co. Musical comp. : 56669. 
Dodge (A. R.) Advantages. 55808. 
Dog. 56265. 
Dolly dear. 55810. 
Dolman (W. H.) Marine gold deposits. 

55811. 
Don't. 55812. 

Doyle (A. C.) Adventure. 55809. 
Drain (L. ) Engravings, etc. : 57098. 
Dressel (C. M. F. ) Musical comp. : 56683. 



IV 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Drv goods reporter co. Dry goods rep. 

56266. 
Dudensing (R. ) & son. Photographs: 

57504. 
Dun (R. G. ) & co. Dun's rev. 56270. 
Duncan (N.) Way of the sea. 55813. 
Dunlap ( J. R. ) Jeffersonian democracy. 

55814. 
Dver (W. J.) & bro. Musical comp. : 

56684. 
Dying gambler. 55815. 
Eclipse electrotype & engraving co. Shop 

rhymes. 56020. 
Economist pub. co. Economist. 56272. 
Eddv (M. B. G. ) Christian science sen- 
tinel. 56226. 
Edgar (J. C. ) Prac. of obstetrics. 55816. 
Edison (T. A.) Photographs: 57510. 
Edson(J. M. ) Harvest time. 55850. 
Edwards (H. J. ) Musical comp. : 56692. 
Edwards (J. L.) Girl. 55817. 
Eisendrath (D. X.) Text-bk. 55818. 
Eisoldt & Rohkramer. Musical comp. : 

56693. 
Electric pub. co. Electric mag. 56276. 
Elementary course in art instr. 55819. 
Elkin & co., ltd. Musical comp.: 56694. 
Elliott (C. H.) co. Engravings, etc.: 

57100. 
Elliott (J. W.) Fall planting. 55824. 
Ellis (G. H.) co. Quarterly journ. of 

economics. 56552. 
Ellis & Dilhvorth. Dilhvorth (J. D.) 

Assessed values of real estate in Boston. 

55801. 
Elverson (J.) Golden days. 56335. 
Empire music co. Musical comp.: 56697. 
Encyclopedia americana. 55826. 
Encyclopa?dia of pleading & prac. 55827. 
English branches. 55828. 
Enoch & cie. Musical comp. : 56699. 
Epitome pub. co. Don't. 55812. 
Es werde recht. 56112. 
Facts of interest. 55829. 
Fairbank (N. K.) co. Cottolene primer. 

55774. 
Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co. Fine arts: 

57841. 
Falk. Photographs: 57514. 
Fariss ( H. H. ) Musical comp. : 56701. 
Farmer (M.) My Jersey ann. 55830. 
Farquhar (X. ) Photographs: 57515. 
Fashion cat. 55831. 
Federal reporter. 55832. 
Feist (L.) Musical comp.: 56702. 
Fenster (T. I.) Musical comp. : 56725. 
Ferrier(P.) La Tosca. 56119. 
Ferrofix. 55833. 

Fiero (J. N.) Law & practice. 55834. 
Filstrup ( L. L. ) Covel mfg. co. Handy 

guide. ' 55788. 
Financial year bk. of Conn. 55836. 
Fischer (C.) Musical comp.: 56726. 
Fischer (C. M.) Musical comp.: 56731. 
Fischer (J.) & brother. Musical comp.: 

56732. 



Fiske ( H. G. ) Marv of Magdala. 56115. 
Fiske (H. G.) Fine arts: 57843. 
Flagge (A. H.) Musical comp.: 56743. 
Flitcraft (A. J.) Life insurance courant. 

56384. 
Floral life pub. co. Floral life.' 56326. 
Floral pub. co. Home & flowers. 56353. 
Floyd (S. W.) Limerick (V.) Tale of 

my friend. 55895. 
Fornshell (M. E.) Historical & illus. 

Ohio penitentiary. 5583 1 . 
Forrester ( B. E. ) Xo wedding bells for 

her. 56116. 
Forsvth (O. W. ) Chromos and lithos. : 

57260. 
Fowler & Wells co. Phrenological journ. 

56542. 
Frink (G. K.) Photographs: 57524. 
Frink ( H. H. ) Frink of Boston. 55839. 
Fritz (T.F.) Mahatma. 56391. 
Frohn (J. C. ) Engravings, etc.: 57112. 
Fuller ( F. M. ) Advance reports. 56141. 
Funk and Wagnalls co. Standard diet. 

of the Eng. language. Suppl. 56034. 
Fiirstner (A.) Musical comp. : 56744. 
Gaites (Mrs. H. W.) Photographs: 

57527. 
Gallup (W. L. ) Musical comp.: 56745. 
Gas goods. 55840. 
Gav (R. L. ) Massachusetts. General 

court. Laws. Acts of 1903. 55920. 
Genera] electric co. Bulletin nc. 4341. 

55751. 
General music co. Musical comp. : 56746. 
General pub. co. National oil reporter. 

56414. 
German press & plate co. Offener schrei- 

bebrief. 55952. 
Gestefeld (U. N.) Exodus. 56315. 
Giacosa (G.) La Tosca. 56119. 
Gies & co. Chromos and lithos.: 57261. 
Gill (J. K.) co. Carson (L. C.) Eng. 

composition. 55759. 
Ginn & co. Condon (R. J.) Montana. 

55771. 
Globe newspaper co. Boston dailv globe. 

56180. 
Glover ( W. E. ) Winnebago county bus. 

direct. 56107. 
Gogin (0. W.) Countrv jake. 55841. 
Goldberg, Bowen &co. ' Vista. 56088. 
Gordon (H. S. ) Musical comp.: 56747. 
Gourlev (X. T.) Babv bve. 55842. 
If.' 55843. 
You. 55844. 
Grafton press. Jour, of cutaneous dis- 
eases. 56370. 
Grand premium list. 55845. 
Grand Rai>icls direct, co. Grand Rapids 

city direct. 55975. 
Grand union tea co. Grand union her- 
ald. 56341. 
Gray litho. co. Chromos and lithos.: 

57262. 
Great western improvement co. 55846. 
Greater New Britain. 55847. 



INDEX TO NO. 641 



Green (G. G.) Fine arts: 57844. 
Greenough (W. A.)&co. New Bedford 

direct. 55937. 
Grocery world pub. co. Grocery world. 

56342. 
jhrosjean ( H. R. ) Musical comp. : 56748. 
Haberdasher co. Haberdasher's correct 

dress chart. 56347. 
Hain (J. L.) Musical comp.: 56749. 
Hall (R.) Pine prove house. 55848. 
Hall-Mack co. Musical comp. : 56750. 
Hamilton-Brown shoe co. Chromos and 

lithos.: 57264. 
Hampton normal and agricultural insti- 
tute. Southern workman. 56559. 
Hanfstaengl (F.) Fine arts: 57846. 
Hansen (W.) Musical comp. : 56752. 
Harmonic. Musical comp. : 56758. 
Harper & bros. 

Brown (A.) Judgment. 55743. 

Golf. 56338. 

Maeterlinck (M.) Mouna Vanna. 
55914. 
Harrell (L. ) Musical comp. : 56759. 
Harris (C. K.) Musical comp.: 56760. 
Harris (P.) All in the family. 56110. 
Hart, Schaffner& Marx. Style bk. 56039. 
Hartford guide co. (Hartford, Conn. 

Map of.)' 56125. 
Hartshorn (W. X.) Modern Priscilla. 

56411. 
Hartzell (C. R.) Musical comp.: 56762. 
Hatch music co. Musician. 56413. 
Haun (I. R. ) Dying gambler. 55815. 
Haviland (F.W.) Administration. 55851. 
Hayden (C. H.) Prospectus. 55978. 
Hearst (W. R.) 

Abbott ( V. ) Matrimonial mistakes. 
55699. 

Amer. woman's home jour. 56168. 

Bierce (A.) Spread of quick-lunch 
wisdom. 55730. 

Boston Amer. 56179. 

Bothered by rats. 55737. 

Cleveland Amer. 56232. 

Cleveland jour. 56233. 

Dix (D.) Help. 55803. 

Jollies. 55804. 

Scarcity of good wives. 55805. 

Valuable tips. 55806. 

What man demands. 55807. 

Emperor William's new arm. 55825. 

Four simple exercises. 55838. 

How to be happy. 55857. 

How to give. 55858. 

Howe (J. W. ) Shall Amer. girls. 
55861. 

James (H.) Ambassadors. 55872. 

Logan {Mrs. J. A.) Chief causes. 
55898. 

Domestic side. 55899. 

Future of negro. 55900. 

Has the Amer. woman. 55901. 



Patriotic education. 
Woman. 55903. 



55902. 



Hearst (W. R. )— Continued. 

Lynch (G.) American's correspond- 
ent. 55906. 

New Orleans American. 56419. 

New Orleans journal. 56420. 

New York American. 56434. 

Noble frescoes. 55946. 

Phila. American. 56526. 

Phila. journal. 56541. 

Pittsburg American. 56544. 

Pittsburg journ. 56545. 

Pompadour. 55977. 

Raving maniacs. 55987. 

St. Louis American. 56556. 

St. Louis journ. 56557. 

Sangster ( M. E. ) Evil. 56008. 

Good. 56009. 

Serviss (G. P. ) Observatory. 56016. 

Procession. 56017. 

Something new. 56018. 

Somerset (Lady H. ) Only true way. 
56026. - 

Shall christian England. 56027. 

Third sex. 56072. 

Victims. 56087. 

Waldeck-Rousseau' s rivals. 56089. 

Wilcox (E.W.) Courage. 56097. 

Don't. 56098. 

Growth. 56099. 

Humanity's upward tread. 

56100. 

Kinship. 56101. 

Literarv success. 56102. 

Now. "56103. 

Self-effacement. 56104. 

Some generalizations. 56105. 

Wouldn't it jar you. 56108. 

For Engravings, etc., see 57116. 
Heckart (J. W.) Musical comp.: 56763. 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. Musical comp. : 

56764. 
Hempel (R. ) Musical comp. : 56765. 
Henderson (P.) & co. Autumn cat. 

55714. 
Hendricks (J. R.) Musical comp. : 56767. 
Hentrich (C. E.) Musical comp.. 56768. 
Hepker (C. F. ) Musical comp. : 56769. 
Heugel & cie. Musical comp. : 56770. 
Hevn (H.) Photographs: 57528. 
Hevse (P. ) Marv of Magdala. 56115. 
Hibbard & Potter. Photographs: 57535. 
Hilgert curative foot-gear inst. New 

light. 55940. 
Himmelman (C.) & co. Musical comp.: 

56771. 
Hines (W. W. ) Squeezing. 55853. 
Hirsch fashion co. Engravings, etc. : 

57139. 
History commission of Concord, N. H. 
Concord, N. H. City history commission. 
History of Concord, N. H. 55770. 
Hirt (C. J.) Engravings, etc.: 57147. 
Hoff (W. C.) Musical comp.: 56775. 
Holman (A. J.) & co. Bible English. 
Holv Bible. 55725. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Holt (E. ) Encycl. of household econ. 

55855. 
Holy America. 56113. 
Home savings bank. U. S. Mail. 56085. 
Hooper (W. P.) Hooper's service. 56354. 
Hortiz (J. F.) Musical comp.: 56776. 
Household-ledger pub. co. Household- 
ledger. 56357. 
Housekeeper corporation. Housekeeper. 

56358. 
Hovey (G. C.) Photographs: 57536. 
How electricity cures. 55856. 
Howard (H.) Enquiries. 55860. 
Howley, Haviland & Dresser. Musical 

comp.: 56778. 
Hubbard (E.) Little journeys. 56388. 
Huff (A. C.) Musical comp.: 56783. 
Hug (G. ) & co. Musical comp. : 56784. 
Huguet (C. K. ) Jeweler's jour, guide. 

55875. 
Hull (I. H.) Morgan (G. C.) But one 

thing. 55926. 
Hunkey (J.) Plea for Christian unity. 

55862. 
Hunter pub. co. Star month] v. 56560. 
Hvde (C. E.) With the birds". 55863. 
Illica(L.) LaTosca. 56119. 
Illustrated cat. 55864. 
Illustrated North Amer. pub. co. Illus. 

North Amer. 56361. 
Illustrated sporting news. Photographs: 

57538. 
I'm glad I came. 56114. 
Indian Ter. information. 55865. 
Industrial press. Railway machinerv. 

56554. 
Industrial printing & pub. co. Mining 

reporter. 56407. 
Industrial protection. 55866. 
Information. 55867. 
Ingersoll (E. P.) Horseless age. 56355. 
Intern, text-bk co. 

Bldg. contractors. 55749. 
Information. 55867. 
Retail advertising. 55995. 
Iowa. Supreme court. Repts. 55868. 
Irvin (R. ) Atlantic coast. 55711. 
Irvine (S. B. ) Supp'l temperance les- 
sons. 55869. 
Jaberg (G.) music company. Musical 

comp. : 56791. 
Jacobs ( W. ) Musical comp. : 56817. 
Jaeger's (Dr.) sanitary woolen system 

co. Illus. cat. 55864. 
Janin freres. Musical comp. : 56837. 
Jeffries (M. D. ) 

Primary catechism. 55873. 
Questions. 55874. 
Jenkins' (J. W. ) sons music co. Musical 

comp.: 56839. 
Jennings (G. E.) Fishing gaz. 56322. 
Jewelers' circular pub. co. Jewelers' 

circular. 56365. 
Jeweler's jour, guide. 55875. 
Jewish publication society of America. 
Amer. Jewish vear bk. 55709. 



Jodry (M. N.) Musical comp.: 56840. 
Johnson (T. and J. W.) & co. Penna. 

countv court reports. 56521. 
Jonas (J.) Bat(B.) Slick. 55721. 
Jones (A. G. ) Confidence. 55876. 
Jones (H. D. ) Photographs: 57542. 
Jones (J. A.) Musical comp.: 56842. 
Jones (P.) & co. Patterson (F. B.) 

Mysterious portrait. 55964. 
Judge co. Leslie's weekly. 56380. 
Kaun & Bluemel music co. Musical 

comp.: 56813. 
Keefe-Davidson co. & West (J. B. ) CycL 

digest for 111. 55791. 
Kempton (J.) Fulton co. daily rept. 

56327. 
Keppler and Schwarzmann. Puck. 56547. 
Keramic studio pub. co. Keramic studio. 

56372. 
Kilmer (G. L.) 

Attack. 55712. 
Fighting. 55835. 
Rushing forts. 56005. 
Kimball (G. H.) Tie problem. 55877. 
Klink (W. T.) Street direct. 55879. 
Klopsch ( L. ) 

Christian herald. 56220. 
Talmage (F. De W. ) Divine teacher. 
56065. 
Knowlton (J. K. ) Framing and esti- 
mate book. 55880. 
Knox (G. W.) Direct & fundamental 

proofs. 55881. 
Koninsky (E. M. ) & brothers. Musical 

comp.: 56853. 
Konsky (H. von). Valeska. 55882. 
Koude'lka (J. M.) 

Der Katholische Christ. 55883. 
Der Kleine katholische Christ. 55884. 
Krasselt (O.) Musical comp. : 56854. 
Kreidler (C. R. ) Kreidler's current ci- 
tations. 56373. 
Kremer (T. ) No wedding bells for her. 

56116. 
Kurrie (H. R.) Digest. 55885. 
Lane ( J. ) Torrence ( F. R. ) El Dorado. 

56080. 
Lardner (L. B. ) This spray of western 

pine. 55886. 
Larsen (A.) Photographs: 57544. 
Laundry chat. 55887. 
Law (L. P.) Price he paid. 55888. 
Lawrence (W. H. ) Denver guide. 55795. 
Lawrence & Bullen. Fine arts: 57893. 
Lea bros. & co. 

Amer. jour, of med. sciences. 56156. 
Med. news. 56399. 
Leaflet on the corp. laws. 55889. 
Lee (O. B. ) Lees magazine. 56377. 
Lee (W. H.) Read (O.) Harkriders. 

55988. 
Lee and Shepard. O'Reilly (E. B. ) My 

candles. 55956. 
Lehman (F. M.) Musical comp.: 56855. 
LeMieux (L. A.) Reason. 55989. 
Leonard (J. F. ) Musical comp.: 56856, 



INDEX TO NO. 641 



\ II 



Leonard & co. Musical comp. : 56857. 

Letters from a Chinese official. 55890. 

Levin (M.) Musical comp.: 56861. 

Lewis (C. B.) Mr. Bowser's diary. 
55891. 

Lewis (G. A.) Phono-meter. 56543. 

Lewis (P.) Notes. 55893. 

Lewis (W. D.) Cases. 55894. 

Life ins. independent pub. co. Life ins. 
independent. 56385. 

Life pub. co. Engravings, etc. : 57152. 

Lippincott (J. B. ) co. 

Carey (R. N.) Passage perilous. 

55757. 
Reddale (F. ) Heir to millions. 
55990. 

Literary collector press. Literary col- 
lector. 56387. 

Little (P.) What's in a name. 55896. 

Little kittens. 55897. 

Lloyd bros. Treatise. 56083. 

Lock wood (W. ) Photographs: 57546. 

Loeb (E.) Chromos and lithos.: 57265. 

Long (H. J.) & Dyar (W. M.) Photo- 
graphs: 57547. 

Look (H. M. ) Masonic trials. 55905. 

Lotz (R. W. ) Industrial protection. 
55866. 

Lowre v ( G. X. ) co. Clothier & furnisher. 
56234. 

Luckhardt's musik-verlag. Musical 
comp.: 56863. 

Lupton (F. M.) 

Good literature. 56339. 
Grand premium list. 55845. 

Lyceum pub. co. Lyceum night. 56390. 

Lvdick (E. B.) Musical comp.: 56865. 

Lyon (J. B.) N. Y. (State). 'Courts of 
record. Off. ed. lawrepts. 55944. 

Mabie (L. F. ) Musical comp. : 56869. 

Mc Alpine (J. D.) Index. 55907. 

McBride (D. H.) & co. 

» Burke (B. E.) McBride complete 
geog. 55753. 
McBride elem. geog. 55908. 
McBride complete geog. See Burke 

(B. E.) 55753. 
McBride elem. geog. 55908. 
McCann (J. E.) & Dupree (F.) Cape 

Breton lass. 56111. 
McClure (T. C.) 

Boelsche(W.) Ourancestors. 55735. 
Bruce (A). Between two stools. 

55747. 
Clayton (T. G.) Some new anec- 
dotes. 55765. 
Lewis (C. B. ) Private Hogan. 55892. 
Morant(H.) Nursing. 55925. 
Morton (K.) Beauty'quest. 55928. 
Osborne ( W. H.) Jasper of the un- 
dertow. 55958. 
Oxford ( J. B. ) Partv of second part. 

55962. 
Phillips (M. J.) Plot for the storv. 
55969. 



McClure (T. C.)— Continued. 

Pollock (C.) For benefit of both. 

55976. 
For Engravings, etc., see 57153. 

McClure Phillips <k co. 

Duncan ( N. ) Way of the sea. 5581 3. 
Holt (E.) Encycl. of household 

econ. 55855. 
Letters from a Chinese official. 55890. 

McCurdv (D. B.) Bible. N. T. Eng- 
lish. Worker's N. T. 55726. 

McDonald (P.) Photographs: 57568. 

McGraw pub. co. Engineering record. 
56277. 

Street ry. jour. 56561. 

Mcintosh (B. ) Chromos and lithos.: 
57266. 

McKinley music company. Musical 
comp. : 56870. 

McKinstry (G. E. ) Photographs: 57577. 

McKissick (J. L. D.) Punctuation sim- 
plified. 55910. 

MacLane (M.) My friend Annabel Lee. 
55911. 

Macleod (F.) 

Dierdre. 55912. 

Divine adventure. 55913. 

Macoy pub. & masonic supply co. Look 
(H. M. ) Masonic trials. 55905. 

Maeterlinck (M.) MonnaVanna, 55914. 

Maltbv (C. O. ) Musical comp. : 56873. 

Manley(M.) If I could. 55916. 

Manning (U. G.) Manning's supple- 
mental service. 56392. 

Marchmont (A. W.) Bv snare of love. 
55917. 

Marine engineering. 56395. 

Markendorff (G. ) Engravings, etc.: 
57160. 

Marshall (W. C.) Descriptive geom. 
55918. 

Marshall (W. E. & O.) Chromos and 
lithos.: 57276. 

Martin (W. B. ), sec'v. Iowa. Supreme 
court. Repts. 55868. 

Marvin (Earl L.) 

Township no. 35. 56127. 
Township no. 42. 56128. 

Mary of Magdala. 56115. 

Marvland. Court of appeals. Repts. 
55919. 

Mass. Gen. court. Laws. 55920. 

Mavflower pub. co. Mavflower. 56397. 

Mead (E. D.) Principles. 55921. 

Medical review of reviews. 56403. 

Meek (H. M.) pub. co. Xaumkeag 
direct, for Salem. 55936. 

Meiser (J. A.) Photographs: 57579. 

Mercantile adjuster. 56405. 

Merchants record co. Tracv (C. A.) 
Street fair manual. 56082. 

Merrimac music pub. co. Musical comp. : 
56874. 

Mertel(H.L.) I. T. information. 55865. 

Messenger. 56406. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Metropolitan inst. of science. Secrets. 
56015. 

Mever(H. R.) Government ownership. 
55922. 

Mills (C. J.) Cook (E. T.) Introduc- 
tions. 55772. 

Mills pub. co. Colorado decisions. 55767. 

Missouri. Supreme court. Repts. 55923. 

Mitchell (J. J.) co. Amer. ladies' tailor. 
56157. 

Mitchell, Shiller & Barnes. Cent per 
cent. 56209. 

Molineux ( G. ) Musical comp. : 56875. 

Montana supp'l to Frye's geog. See Con- 
don (R.J.) 55771. 

Moodv (T. L.) Preguntas y respuestas 
biblicas. 55924. 

Moore (J. A.) Musical comp. : 56881. 

Moore (S. H.) & co. Ladies world. 
56375. 

Morgan (G. C.) But one thing. 55926. 

Morrison ( F. S. ) Greek lessons. 55927. 

Morse-Broughton co. Art de la mode. 
56169. 

Mosher (J. M.) Scheme for the differ- 
ential testing of nerves. 55930. 

Mosher (T. B.) 

Browning (R.) Pompilia. 55746. 
MacLeod (F. ) Deirdre & the sons of 

Usna. 55912. 
Divine adventure. 55913. 

Most famous pictures. 55931. 

Mount joy (J. C.) Schneider (A.) Teach- 
ers manual. 560K . 

Mouquet (J. ) Musical comp. : 56882. 

Muller (E.) Photographs: 57581. 

Muller, Luchsinger & co. Chromos and 
lithos.: 57278. 

Munn & co. America cientifica. 56144. 

Munro (N. L. ) N. Y. family storv paper. 
56446. 

Golden hours. 56336. . 

Munsev (F. A.) Boston Sunday jour. 
56186. 

Munsev' s magazine. 56412. 

"Washington times. 56607. 

Munson steamship line. Cuba bulletin. 
56242. 

Muralo co. Digit. 56264. 

Murdoch law book co. Ins. cases. 56363. 

Murray (W. H. H.) How parents can 
educate. 55933. 

Musick ( W. L. ) Dean's int. & equation 
exponents. 55793. 

Mustel & fils. Musical comp.: 56883. 

Muth (P.) System of penmanship. 
56055. 

Myers (P. Van N.) Mediaeval & mod. 
hist. 55934. 

National brake co. Brake. 55739. 

National burial assn. of the U. S. 55935. 

National educ. union. Outline. 55961. 

National penmanship press. Penman's 
art jour. 56520. 

Naumkeag dirict. for Salem. 55936. 



Navy league of United States. Navy 

league journal. 56416. 
Needham (W. L.) & Simonds (W. N.) 

Musical comp.: 56884. 
Nevada kevstone mining co. This bk. 

tells. 56073. 
New Bedford direct. 55937. 
New Britain direct. 55938. 
New century corres. schools. Eng. 

branches. '55828. 
New England mfrs. assn. New Eng. 

fabrics and furnishings. 56417. 
New England ry. pub. co. Baby path- 
, finder. 561 74^ 
New Eng. tel. & tel. co. 

North central section. 55947. 
Southern Mass. tel. co. 56031. 
Western section. 56092. 
New Eng. tel. & tel. co. list of subscribers. 

55939. 
New era co. New era transformation 

monthly. 56418. 
New light. 55940. 
N. Y. [State) Courts of record. Off. ed. 

law repts. 55944. 
N. Y. American. 56421. 
N. Y. American & jour. 56430. 
N. Y. evening jour. 56437. 
N. Y. eve. post co. Eve. post. 56294. 
N. Y. herald. 

N. Y. herald. 56447. 
New things. 55942. 
Things strange. 56071. 
For Engravings, etc., see 57171. 
N. Y. times. 

King Edward's part. 55878. 
London news. 55904. 
Man in street. 55915. 
On London 'change. 55953. 
N. Yorker staats-zeitung. 56481. 

Abendblatt, 56129. 
Niagara pub. co. Amer. investments. 

56155. 
Nichols brothers. Musical comp. : 56885. 
No wedding bells for her. 56116. 
Noble (A. L.) Under twelve flags. 55945. 
Nolan pub. co. Implement age. 56362. 
North Amer. co. North American. 

56494. 
North central section. 55917. 
Northeastern reporter. 55948. 
Northwestern reporter. 55949. 
Norton (C. E. ) Heart of oak books. 

55950. 
Norwalk direct. 55951. 
Novello & co. , ltd. Musical comp. : 56886. 
Novello, Ewer & co. Musical comp.: 

56906. 
Noves(I.P.) Holv America. 56113. 
Nutting. (W.) Photographs: 57582. 
O. K. music co. Musical comp. : 56907. 
Obermaver (S. ) co. Obermaver bulle- 
tin. 56508. 
Oil well supply co. Gas goods. 55840. 
Order of home-guardians. Bv-law 

55955. 



INDEX TO NO. 041 



rx 



O'Reilly (E. B.) Mv candles. 55956. 

Orlow (0. X.) Atinos. 56172. 

Orpheus music pub. CO. Musical comp. 
56908. 

Orvis (0. D. ) Improved steam genera- 
tor. 55957. 

( )rvis ( AY. H . ) Photographs: 57599. 

Osborne (AY. H.) Murdstone. 55959. 

Osborne co. 

Annual catalogue. 55960. 
For Engravings, etc., see 57174. 

Osgoodbv (R. H.) Illus. Amer. 56360. 

Outline. ' 55961. 

Outlook co. Silbenad (TJ. L.) Friscil- 
la's maying. 56024. 

Overland monthh co. Overland month- 
ly. 56516. 

Owen (F. A.) Normal instructor and 
teachers' world. 56493. 

Oxford print. For Engravings, etc., see 
57175. 

Pacific reporter. 55963. 

Packard (A. J.) Photographs: 57602. 

Page (H. AY.) Legal intelligencer. 
56378. 

Parker bros. 

Directions. 55802. 
Rules. 56002. 

Parsons (AY. D.) Photographs: 57603. 

Pat on (T. B.) Banking law jour. 56175. 

Patterson (F. B. ) Mysterious portrait. 
55964. 

Pawtucket direct. 55965. 

Peek (C. L.) Lorna Carswell. 55966. 

Peloubet(F. X.) Select notes. 55967. 

Pembertons. 561 1 7. 

Penn (AY.) Some fruits of solitude. 
55968. 

Peoples banking & trust co. Building of 
a fortune. 55750. 

Pepper (J. AY.) Musical comp.: 56909. 

Perry (R. H.) Fine arts: 57894. 

Personal improvement club. Personal 
improvement journal. 56525. 

Peters (C. F.) Musical comp.: 56943. 

Phila. inquirer co. Phila. inquirer. 
56527. 

Phillips (O.) Those goo goo eyes. 55970. 

Plavful puppies. 55971. 

Plunkett (AY. P.) My old Green moun- 
tain home. 55973. 

Polk (R. L.) &co. 

Baltimore city bus. direct. 55974. 
Detroit city direct. 55797. 
Grand Rapids city direct. 55975. 

Pond ( AY. A. ) & co. Musical comp. : 
56947. 

Post pub. co. Sunday post. 56580. 

Potts (J.) & co. Scollard (C.) Count 
Falcon of the Eyrie. 56013. 

Powers ( E. L. ) co. 

Good roads mag. 56340. 

Powers street railway direct. 56546. 

Prang educational co. Elem. course. 
55819. 



Presser (T. ) 

Musical comj).: 56948. 
Etude. 56281. 
Price (C. B.) Musical comp.: 56954. 
Price & Lee co. 

New Britain direct. 55938. 
Norwalk direct. 55951. 
Price & Reynolds. Musical comp. : 56955. 
Prospectus. 55978. 
Providence litho. co. Chromos and 

lithos.: 57282. 
Punch (P.) Musical comp'. : 56956. 
Purdy (J. E. ) Engravings, etc.: 57176. 

For Photographs see 57605. 
Pyle (H.) Story of King Arthur. 

55979. 
Questions used. 55980. 
Ralston co. Classic. 55981. 
Ranev (L. M.) Musical comp. : 56957. 
Rathborne (St. G. ) Kinkaid. 55985. 
Rathoni (J. R. ) Austrian people. 559S6. 
Rau (AY. H.) Photographs: 57629. 
Rauser (F. C.) Musical comp.: 56958. 
Read (O. P. ) Harkriders. 55988. 
Reason. 55989. 
Record pub. co. Financial year bk. of 

Conn. 55836. 
Reed(C. K.) Amer. ornithology. 56161. 
Reed (M.) Shadow of victory/ 55991. 
Reichenbach'sche buchhandlung. Mu- 
sical comp. : 56959. 
Reinlein (F. ) Use of the gasoline torch. 

55992. 
Remo music company. Musical comp. : 

56960. 
Rendering in pen & ink. 55993. 
Report to the contract holders. 55994. 
Retail advertising. 55995. 
Re veil (F. H.) co. Broughton (L. G.) 

God's will. 55742. 
Review of reviews co. Amer. mo. rev. 

of rev. 56160. 
Review pub. co. Carpet & upholstery 

trade rev. 56201. 
Reynolds & co. Musical comp.: 56961. 
Rich (H. S.) & co. Brewers hand bk. 

55740. 
Richards pub. co. Brown book. 56198. 
Richardson (F. A.) Intern, quar. 

56364. 
Richardson (M. T. ) co. Amateur sports- 
man. 56143. 
Ricordi (G.) & co. Tosca (La). 56119. 
Riley (J. AY.) Old man. 55998. 
Rogers (J. AY.) Photographs: 57693. 
Rogers & Eastman. Musical comp.: 

56962. 
Romans (AY. P.) Photographs: 57694. 
Root (R. K.) Classical mythology. 

55999. 
Ruddy (E. G.) Club etiquette. 56000. 
Rueff (J.) Musical comp. : 56964. 
Rules. 56001. 

Rupert (O. E.) Musical comp.: 56966. 
Rusk (S. E.) Photographs: 57695. 
Ryder (E. J.) Musical comp.: 56967. 






CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Sabin ( E. L. ) Recall to honor. 56006. 

Sail and sweep. 56555. 

St. Louis art neg. co. Photographs: 
57700. 

Sampson (T. D. ) Photographs: 57712. 

Sampson & Murdock co. Pawtucket 
direct. 55965. 

Samuel (C. G.) Sinner's friend. 56007. 

Sanborn map company. 

Blairsville, Penna. 56121. 
Catoosa, Ind. Ter. 56122. 
Geneva, N. Y. 56124. 
Marshal], O. T. 56126. 

Sanderson (D.) Musical comp. : 56968. 

San Pedro rubber plantation co. Rept. 
55994 

Sardou'(V.) La Tosca. 56119. 

Saunders (W.B.)& co. 

Da Costa (J. C.) Mod. surgerv. 

55792. 
Eisendrath(D.N.) Text-bk. 55818. 

Saunders (W. W.) Photographs: 57714. 

Savay (A. ) Iconoclast. 56359. 

Schaefer(J. ) Christian mother. 56225. 

Schirmer (R. C. ) Musical comp. : 56969. 

Schmidt (G. A.) Ascage. 55710. 

Schneider (A. ) Teachers' manual. 56010. 

Schrafft vending machine cat. 56011. 

SchreyA^ogel (C.) Photographs: 57764. 

Schuberth (E.) & co. Musical comp.: 
56971. 

Schuster (E. J.) Lumberman's univer- 
sal rate book. 56389. 

Schwartz (H.) On the safe side. 56012. 

Scollard (C.) Count Falcon. 56013. 

Scribner ( J. H. ) . Engravings, etc. : 57177. 

Scribner's (C. ) sons. Knox (G. W. ) 
Direct & fundamental proofs. 55881. 

Seafert (W.) Beery (P. B.) Portland 
cement. 55723. 

Seawell (M. E. ) Fortunes of Fin. 56014. 

Secrets of magnetic force. 56015. 

Selleck (O. ) Sounds like a fairy tale. 
56029. 

Setehell (G. W.) Musical comp. : 56973. 

Shades & shadows. 56019. 

She loved— she sinned. 56118. 

Sheard (C.)&co. Musical comp. : 56974. 

Shelton(W. H.) I'm glad I came. 56114. 

Shepard (F. ) co. Supplement. 56041. 

Sherman ( W. L. ) Musical comp. : 56975. 

Shop rh vines. 56020. 

Short talks. 56021. 

Shute (H. A.) Few real boys. 56023. 

Sibthorp (S. ) Vacaresco (H.) Kings 
& queens. 56086. 

Silberman (O. & S. ) Engravings, etc.: 
57190. 

Siiberrad (U. L. ) Priscilla's maying. 
56024. 

Simpson (J. C. ) Musical comp.: 56976. 

Simrock (N. ) Musical comp. : 56977. 

Sinclair (A.) co. Ry. & locomotive en- 
gineering. 56553. 

Smallwood(E. W.) Photographs: 57765. 

Smith (G. ) & co. Musical comp. : 56979. 



Smith (J. M.) Questions. 55980. 
Snell (O. W.) Musical comp.: 56980. 
Sounds like a fairy tale. 56029. 
Southeastern reporter. 56030. 
Southern Mass. tel. co. 56031. 
Souvenir views. 56032. 
Spangenberg (C. F. ) Musical comp.: 

56981. 
Sparks (F. C.) Geom. puzzles. 56033. 
Sporck (A.) Musical comp. : 56985. 
Standard diet, of the Eng. language. 

56034. 
Stanwood (E. ) Amer. tariff controver- 
sies. 56035. 
State banks of West Union. Short talks. 

56021. 
State line tel co. Telephone. 56066. 
Stephens (E. W. ) Missouri. Supreme 

court. Repts. 55923. 
Stern (J. W.) & co. Musical comp. 

56986. 
Stern bros. Fashion cat. 55831. 
Stickley (G.) Craftsman. 56240. 
Still waggon (D. A.) Souvenir views. 

56032. 
Stoddard (S. R. ) Engravings, etc.: 

57191. 

For Photographs see 57767. 
Stokes (F. A. ) co. Most famous pictures. 

55931. 

For Engravings, etc., see 57193. 
Stolzenberg"( F. ) Photographs: 57777. 
Stone (H. S.) & co. Mac Lane (M.) My 

friend Annabel Lee. 55911. 
Story of pulchra-derma. 56037. 
Strauss (J. C.) Photographs: 57778. 
Street & Smith. 

Boys of Amer. 56188. 
Rathborne (St. G. ) Kinkaid, from 
Peking. 55985. 
Strickland (C. V.) & sons. Musical 

comp.: 56988. 
Strobridge litho. co. Chromos and lithos. : 

57295. 

Strong ( W. B. ) Engravings, etc. : 57217. 
Style bk. 56039. 
Summy (C. F. ) company. Musical comp. : 

56989. 
Sun ptg. & pub. assn. 
Eve. sun. 56303. 
Sun. 56566. 
Sunday school board Southern Baptist 

convention. 

Jeffries ( M. D. ) Primarv catechism. 
55873. 

Questions on the Bible. 55874. 

Sunday school cal. 56040. 
Sunday-school supply co. Cal. 56040. 
Sunday school times co. Sunday school 

times. 56584. 
Swain (H. H. ) Montana civics. 56054. 
Sweet bros. Photographs: 57780. 
Svdenstricker(H. M.) Rules. 56001. 
Taber (C. \V.) Engravings, etc.: 57218. 
Taber-Prang art co. Chromos and lithos. ' 

57305. 



INDEX TO NO. 641 



XI 



56064. 
55738. 



560; 
56077 



practice. 



Musical 



Tabor (T. II.) Treatise. 
Tamblyn (J. W.) Bottle. 
Telephone. 56066. 
Telephone hist. 56067. 
Teller (W. P.) & Brown (H. E.) Teller 
(W. P.) First bk. in bus. methods. 
56068. 
Texas farm Oc ranch pub. co. Farm & 

ranch. 56316. 
Texas mortgage banking company. Ellis 

county, Tex. 56123. 
Thaeher med. co. Hints. 56069. 
Thacher's (Dr.) hints. 56069. 
Theory. 56070. 

Third "nat. bank. Short talks. 56022. 
This bk. tells. 56073. 
Thomas (C. H.) & Lacy (G. H.) En- 
gravings, etc.: 57219. 
Thomas (J. P.) 

Exercise. 56074. 

Heart tonic. 56075. 

Osteopathic exercise. 

Oxidation exercise. 
Thompson (E.) co. 

Encvcl. of pleading & 
55827. 

Law notes. 56376. 
Thompson music company. 

comp.: 56990. 
Tillett ( W. F. ) Doctrines. 56078. 
Tingley (G. E.) Photographs: 57784. 
To refrigerating engineers. 56079. 
Tobacco leaf pub. co. Tobacco leaf. 56597. 
Torrence (F. R.) El Dorado. 56080. 
Tosca (La). 56119. 
Tousev(R) Happv davs. 56349. 
Townsend ( A. J. ) Mystic poems. 56081. 
Tracy ( C. A. ) Street fair manual. 56082. 
Treatise. 56083. 
Tribune assn. 

N. Y. tribune. 56465. 

X. Y. tribune farmer. 56476. 
Trowbridge (J. B. ) Musical comp. : 56991. 
Tuck (R.) & sons co. ltd. 

Dolly dear. 55810. 

Dickie birds. 55800. 

Little kittens. 55897. 

Playful puppies. 55971. 
Turner & Phillips. Musical comp. : 56993. 
Tyson (A. A.) Dramana. 56084. 
Ullrich (Fr.) Musical comp. : 56999. 
Underwood & Underwood . Photographs: 

57787. 
Undine. 56120. 
Union music company. Musical comp. : 

57001. " 

U. S. litho. co. 

Engravings, etc. : 57220. 

Chromos and lithos. : 57311. 

Photographs: 57792. 
U. S. mail. 56085. 
IT. S. vending corp. Schrafft vending 

mach. cat. 56011. 
University pub. co. Barss ( J. E.) Writ- 
ing Latin. 55720. 
Vacaresco (H.) Kings & queens. 56086. 



Vaughan(M.C) Musical comp. : 57002. 
Vista del valle. 56088. 
Victoria pub. co. Musical comp. : 5700:;. 
Vincent music co., ltd. Musical comp.: 

57004. 
Wahl-Henius inst. of fermentology. 

Communications. 55768. 
Waldo-Fairchild co. 

Chicago apparel gazette. 56210. 
Men's wear. 56404. 
Walter (M. C. ) Boston pocket manual. 

56187. 
Warner (E. B.) Sonnichsen (A.) When 

Young fought. 56028. 
Warren (W. M.) Medical age. 56398. 
Wasson (C. L. ) Photographs:" 57796. 
Waters (R. J.) & co. Photographs: 

57797. 
Wellington (M. K. ) Rhymes. 56091. 
Werner (W.) 

Blossoming of memory. 55734. 
On the President's tour. 55954. 
Wealth. 56090. 
When. 56094. 
Wesleyan university musical association. 

Musical comp. : 57010. 
West pub. co. 

Atlantic reporter. 56170. 
Bimonthly digest, 56177. 
Federal reporter. 55832; 56321. 
X. Y. suppl. 56463. 
Northeastern reporter. 55948; 56504. 
Northwestern reporter. 55949; 56505. 
Pacific reporter. 55963; 56517. 
Southeastern reporter. 56030. 
Western chem. mfg. co. Chemists' 

handbk. 55763. 
Western elec. & mfg. co. Circular. 55764. 
Western newspaper union. Dewdrop 
(Dora) pseud. Christian science 
poems. 55798. 
Western section*. 56092. 
Western soc. of eng. 
Jour. 56371. 

Kimball(G. H.) Tieproblem. 55877. 
Westinghouse air brake co. System. 

56093. 
Westinghouse system. 56093. 
Whaler , Rorce & co. , ltd. Musical comp. 

57011. 
Whalon(C.A.D.) Musical comp. 57012. 
White (D. L. ) Musical comp.: 57013. 
White (D. L.) and Blake (C. D.) Mu- 
sical comp. : 57014. 
White (E. J.) Musical comp. : 57015. 
White (E. O. ) Lesley Chilton. 56095. 
White (H. C.) co. Photographs: 57798. 
White (H. N.) Musical comp.: 57016. 
White-Smith music publishing company. 

Musical comp.: 57019. 
White city art co. Engrarings, etc.: 

57221. 
Whitely exerciser co. Exerciser. 56096. 
Whitney-Warner publishing company. 
Musical comp. : 57023. 



xir 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Williams (J.) Photographs: 57799. 
Williams (J. W. ) Chromos and lithos:. 

57347. 
Wilson (J. H.) Musical comp.: 57024. 
Windsor music company. Musical comp. : 

57025. 
Winnebago county bus. direct. 56107. 
Winter (W. ) Mary of Magdala. 56115. 
Witmark (M. ) & sons. Musical comp.: 

57026. 
Wolf & co. Fine arts: 57895. 
Wood (B. F. ) music company. Musical 

comp.: 57029. 



Photographs: 57801. 
& sons. Engravings, etc. 



Wood (F. S.) 
W T ood (J. R. 

57231. 

Wood (L. M. ) Trade register. 56602. 
Wright (D. M.) Musical comp.: 57033. 
Wright ( W. ) Story. 56037. 
Youmans (J. Y. ) Musical comp.: 57034. 
Young (M.) Photographs: 57803. 
Zahn (J. E.) Photographs: 57804. 
Zim music company. Musical comp.: 

57035. 
Zimmerman (L. M. ) Kindlings. 56109. 



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CONTEXTS 




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Books 


239 


Engravings, Cuts, and Prints — 


.... 299 




253 




301 


Maps and Charts 


255 


Photographs 


.... 303 








.... 311 


Volume 35 






Periodicals 


257 


Index to No. 642. 




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BOOKS; DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

CHARTS 



MAPS AND 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

Including books and pamphlets; leaflets, etc.; and periodical contributions; arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copvright bv Adams & Elting company, Chicago, 111. Class A, 
XXc, no. 68539, Sept, 17, 1903; 2 copies* received Sept. 17, 1903." 



Ad-el-ite liquid and semi-paste paint and 

varnish remover, unp. 24° 57896 

Adams & Elting company, Chicago, 

111. A 68539, Sept. 17, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

17, 1903. 

Adams, Charles R., ed. Handbook for 
architects and builders . . . 6th year 
. . . Chicago, W. Johnston printing 
co., 1903. 23^ cm. 57897 

H. L. Palmer, Chicago, 111. A 68354, 
Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Ade (George). Handsome Cyril; or, The 

messenger bov with the warm feet, 

27 pp. 32°. ' 57898 

G. Ade, Chicago, 111. A 56396, Mar. 

30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Afternoon tea for those who are invited. 
In American magazine supplement, 
New York American and journal, Oct. 
4, 1903. 57899 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69784, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Algebra. Instruction paper. 1st ed. Pt. 

1. 379a, 30 pp. 8°. 57900 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 28766, Mar. 14, 1902; 

2 c. Mar. 14, 1902. 

All Macedonia called to war; will fight 
Sultan to the end. 57901 

W. R. Hearst, New Y^ork, N. Y. A 
69510, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

American cranberry growers' association. 

34th ann. convention. Proceedings, 

Aug. 25, 1903. 11 pp. 12°. 57902 

E. J. Rider, Hammonton, N. J. A 

67257, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 12, 1903. 



The architects' directory and specifica- 
tion index for 1903-1904 . . . New 
York, W. T. Comstock, 1903. 25* cm. 

57903 
William T. Comstock, New York, 
N. Y. A 67255, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1903. 

Art of tanning and currving belt leather. 

unp. 12°. 57904 

Charles A. Schieren & co., New York, 

N. Y". A 68273, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1903. 

At the Libertvville fair. In Daily news, 
Chicago, Sept, 28, 1903. 57905 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 69047, 
Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

| Attractive dwelling. 57906 

Herbert P. Onyx, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A 69193, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 

Autumn season in London is beginning. 
In New York times, Oct. 4, 1903. 

57907 

New York times, New York, N. Y r . 

A 69785, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Baker (Harry Lawrence). Bearding a 
lion. 57908 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 69799, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct, 5, 1903. 

Baldt stockless anchor. 64 pp. 32°. 

57909 

Baldt anchor company, Chester, Pa. 

A 66786, Aug. 21,1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Bangs (John Kendrick). The genial 

idiot; he discusses riches. 57910 

John Russell Davidson, New York, 

N. Y. A 69624, Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 

2, 1903. 



239 



1081 



1082 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Barler (Eugene Miles) . Complete course 
in business penmanship. 8 pp. 48°. 

57911 

E. M. Barler, Cherokee, Tex. A 

68626, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Complete course in ornamental pen- 
manship. 8 pp. 48°. 57912 
E. M. Barler, Cherokee, Tex. A 
68625, Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Barnard (J. U.) Industrial and com- 
mercial geography. 164 pp. 16°. 

57913 

J. U. Barnard, Kansas City, Mo. A 

63360, July 6, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Barry, John D[aniel] The congressman's 
wife, a story of American politics . . . 
illustrated by Rollin G. Kirby. New 
York, London, The Smart set publish- 
ing co., 1903. 3 p. 1., 15-359 p. front, 
plates. 19*7 cm. 

3—23053 57914 

Smart set publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. A 68912, Sept. 18, 1903; 
2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Bell, James E[d\vard] The rifle gal- 
lery, its construction and use, for the 
National guard, schools and clubs, also 
a chapter on revolyer shooting . . . 
[Wilmington, Del., G. A. Wolf, 1903] 
99 p. illus. 19 cm. 
3—23070 57915 

Laflin & Rand powder company, 
New York, N. Y. A 67049, Aug. 26, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Bennett (Arnold). Teresa of Watling 

street, unp. 16°. 57916 

New Amsterdam book company, 

New York. N. Y. A 68662, Sept. 19, 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Bertsch (J. C. ) Another opiuion on 
standard ton. In Ice and refrigera- 
tion, Oct. 1, 1903. 57917 
J. C. Bertsch, Atlanta, Ga. A 69620, 
Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Bible study union lessons ; Primary month- 
ly, vol. 13, lessons 31-35. pp. 183-212, 
illus. 16°. 57918 

Bible studv publishing co., Boston, 
Mass. A 63633, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 
July 11, 1903. 

Bierce (Ambrose). Is the human race j 
decreasing in stature. 57919 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69766, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Passages from the best selling books. 

57920 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69934, Oct, 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 7, 1903. 



Bierce (Ambrose) — Continued. 

Spread of quick lunch wisdom for 

busy readers. He who would rather 
inflict injustice. 57921 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
69673, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Ignorant know. 57922 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69566, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Bishop (Julia Truitt). A fifty-dollar 
cheque. " 57923 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 69800, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1903. 

Blacksmith's (The) story; illustrated pan- 
tomime or tableaux. "20 pp. 16°. 

57924 

Edgar S. Werner, New York, N. Y. A 

62679, June 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1903. 

Bowman (Arthur M.) What the policy 

holder should know. 1902. Sheet, 9 

by 6 inches. 57925 

A. M. Bowman, Belleyue, Pa. A 

69512, Oct, 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Brady, Cyrus Townsend. Sir Henry 
Morgan, buccaneer; a romance of the 
Spanish Main . . . illustrations by 
J. N. Marchand and Will Crawford. 
New York, G. W. Dillingham com- 
pany [1903] 446, [1] p. incl. front., 
illus., plates. 19 cm. 
3—21013 57926 

G. W. Dillingham company, New 
York, N. Y. A 57209, Apr. 6, "1903; 2 
c. Sept. 1, 1903. 

Braithwaite ( Frank) . Original parodies. 

no. 1. unp. 48°. 57927 

F. Braithwaite, Bridgeport, Conn. A 

66726, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

Braye and bold. no. 40. 4°. 57928 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

67470, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

no. 41. 57929 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

68021, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Brooks system; instructions no. 32. 

sheet, 14 x 21. 57930 

Brooks boat manufacturing company, 

ltd., Bay City, Mich. A 68370, Sept. 

15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Brown (William Perry). The member 
from Utah. 57931 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 69797, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct, 5, 1903. 



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HOOKS 



ins:* 



Brown school of correspondence, Soft Chambers' polishers, folder, 16°. 57946 

9?f T [ e \ mr ^ ] na I - '"'-, • Salt &■ A - Bendall, New York, X. V. A 

Lake ( ity, I teh Brown schoo of cor- H!)( ; 0:)< 0ct L > L903 2 c ()l . t 3 M)(); > 

respondence [1908] dins. 22.1 cm. 

57932-57933 Clapp ( Dwight M. ) The tooth brush; its 

use and abuse, unp. 24°. 57947 



Brown school of correspondence, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. A 66538-66539, 

Aug. 17. 1908: 2 e. each Aug. 28, 1903. 

Buffalo Bill stories, no. 124. 4°. 57934 

Street ^ Smith. Xew York, X. A'. A 

68019, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 e. Sept. 25, 1903. 

no. 125. 57935 

Street ,\: Smith . Xew \A>rk, X. Y. A 
08479, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Bulletin no. 7. 57936 

Stromberg-Carlson telephone manu- 
facturing company, Rochester, X. Y. 
A 69070, Sept. 2d, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1903. 

Burnt cork comedy. In Will Rossiter' s 
vaudeville prompter no. 4. 57937 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69920, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Butler (HenrvP. ) High speed interest 

charts. Sheet, 10 by 8J inches. 57938 

H. P. Butler, Xew York, X. Y. A 

69838, Mar. 28, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1903. 

Canfield (Harriet G.) In a masquerade. 

57939 
T. C. McClure, Xew York. X. Y. A 
69822, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Capital (The) state game. 57940 

Andrew A. Munro, Flushing, X. Y. 
A 69477, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1903. 

Carman (Bliss). A school of journalism. 
In The Literarv world, Oct., 1903. 

57941 
L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 
69699, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Carveth (Stephen). Ode to the living | 
skull. 6 pp. 32°. 57942 

Villa park camp, Denver, Colo. A 
67332. Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, ]903. i 

Catalogue C. Fall & winter, 1903-1904. 
unp. 12°. 57943 

Xational mail order house, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 67992, Sept. 9, 1903; j 
2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 
Catholic feast and fast day calendar. 

57944 

William J. Woods, Trov, X. Y. A 

68287, Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Chamberlain (Percv). The lapse of Alta 

Gay. 57945 

Dailv storv publishing companv, 

Chicago, 111/ A 69798, Oct. 5, 1903; 

2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 



imp 

D.M. Clapp, Boston, Mass. A.68134, 
Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Combination no. 2. unp. 4°. 57948 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69927, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

no. 3. 57949 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69926, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Commercial and English branches. 40 

pp. 12°. 57950 

International textbook companv, 

Scranton, Pa. A 68374, Sept. 15, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Coppee (Henry). The classic and the 
beautiful from the literature of three 
thousand vears. Pt. 6S. pp. 345-392. 
8°. 57951 

Joseph D. Carson, Philadelphia. Pa. 
A 23969, Dec. 31, 1901; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Pt. 69. pp. 393-440. 8°. 57952 

Joseph D. Carson, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 23970, Dec. 31, 1901 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

[Coryell, John Russell] Under false col- 
ors ; or, On the trail of the man ' ' higher 
up" . . . Xew York, Street & 
Smith [1903] 1 p. 1., [5J-197 p. 18* 
cm. (On cover: Magnet detective li- 
brarv, no. 302) 57953 

Street & Smith. Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66759, Aug. 20, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1903. 

Cosy home. 57954 

'Herbert P. Onvx, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A 69192, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Course of twelve lessons in Graham's 
standard phonography. Lesson 10. In 
The American woman, Oct., 1903. 

57955 
Andrew J. Graham & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. A 67865, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
24, 1903. 
Croker condemns some public spirits' bid- 
ding for office. 57956 
W. R. Hearst, Xew Y r ork, X. Y. A 
69504, Sept, 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Cummins (M. Louise). A kerrv coward. 

57957 
T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 
69824, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903 
Dailv journal. Sept. 21, 1903. pp. 177- 
187. 8°. _ 57958 

Sovereign grand lodge of the Inde- 
pendent order of odd fellows, Balti- 
more, Md. A 68701, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 
c. Sept. 30, 1903. 



241 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Daniels (Archibald Lamont). Daniels 

(A. L. ) The universal log rule. 

folder. 32°. 57959 

A. L. Daniels, Burlington, Vt. A 

68371, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Dawe (Sampson). Unique comparative 
chart of premium rates of the regular 
life insurance companies. 10th ed. 
1903-4. 252 pp. 8°. 57960 

S. Dawe, Boston, Mass. A 57675, 
Apr. 17, 1903; 2 c. July 14, 1903. 

Dean ( Cutler ) . Madam Forsythe' s Eng- 
lish health and beautv studios. 16 pp. 
16°. 57961 

Sarah Forsvthe, New York, N. Y. 
A 69868, Oct. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1903. 
Decorating in flowers, unp. 24°. 57962 
Dan'l B. Long, Buffalo, N. Y. A 
65970, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 8, 1903. 

Derickson (Cyrus). The corporal's jag. 

57963 
T. C, McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69823, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Description of the . . . game of Spelwel 

with rules and methods of play. unp. 

32°. 57964 

Walter S. Coles, Cincinnati, Ohio. A 

56775, Apr. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Design for city lot, 57965 

Dennis & Gastmever, New York, 
N. Y. A 69190, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct, 3, 1903. 

Devine (Howard). Matt Sloan's daugh- 
ter. 57966 
Dailv story publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, ill. A 69802, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1903. 

Diamond Dick jr. no. 363. 4°. 57967 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

68017, Sept, 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

no. 364. 57968 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
68477, Sept, 16, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Dividend calendar. 8 pp. 24°. 57969 

Mallett & Wvckoff, New York, N. Y. 

A 69641, Oct. 3; 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothy). How not to manage a 
husband. 57970 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69876, Oct. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1903. 

Jollies that we know; the milliner. 

57971 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69770, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Seven deadly sins of women. 57972 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69499, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

24 



Dix (Dorothy) — Continued. 

Valuable tips from the world's liter- 
ature. 57973 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69674, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Eastern section, list of subscribers Oct. 1, 

1903. 154 pp. 12°. 57974 

New England telephone & telegraph 

company, Boston, Mass. A 68669, Sept, 

19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1903. 

Educational leaflet, no. 4. Sept. 15, 1903. 
pp. 37-47. 16°. 57975 

Mutual life insurance companv of 
New York. New York, N.Y. A 68670, 
Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 19, 1903. 

Elsie' s romance. In Daily news, Chicago, 
Oct. 2, 1903. 57976 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 69202, 
Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Fairyland; or, The kingdom of the fairies. 

folder. 4°. 57977 

George Melies, Paris, France. A 

68195, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Fall and winter fashions, unp. 16°. 

57978 

Cahn, Wampold & co., Chicago, 111. 

A 65977, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Field men's instruction paper, no. 11. 

7 pp. 24°. 57979 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 68121, Sept. 11, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1903. 

Figuring in the light of reason. 57980 

William Stewart, Portsmouth, Ohio. 

A 47651, Dec. 8, 1902; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1903. 

Fixing looms; instruction paper. 1st ed. 

492. 31pp. 12°. 57981 

International textbook companv, 

Scranton, Pa. A 68271, Sept. 14, 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Fleming, William H[ansell] How to 
study Shakespeare, by William H. 
Fleming . . . with an introduction by 
W. J. Rolfe . . . Series III. New 
York, Doubledav, Page & companv, 
1903. 17J cm. 57982 

Doubledav, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 68756, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Floral decorating for festive occasions. 

unp. 24°. 57983 

Dan'l B. Long, Buffalo, N. Y. A 

65971, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

For Le Grand Prix. In Daily News, 
Chicago, Oct. 3, 1903. 57984 

W.Werner, Chicago, 111. A" 69201, 
Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

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L085 



Ford (Sewell). The resolute hermits. 

57985 
Sewell Ford, V. S. A 67:504. Aug. 
29, IOCS: 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 



Glenny | Harry N.) What her blue eve- 
saw. 10 pp. 16°. 57997 
Val Blatz brewing company, Milwau- 
kee. Wis. A 37597, July 16, L902; 2 
c. Aug. 25, 1002. 



Bonner Tammany loader says he favors 
no one. 57986 Gloversville and .Johnstown directory for 

W. R. Hearst. New York. X. Y. A 



69503, Sept. 30. 1003: 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Fowler (Frank Chester). Let no one 
despond, folder. 8°. 57987 

F. 0. Fowler. Xew London, Conn. 
A 60ory2, May 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. : 

Fox (lira. James Farlev). Gift making. 

57988 
Samuel J. Tucker, Xew York, N. Y. ! 
A 69808, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. j 

Fov (Alphonse L.) The bedbug trap, 
folder. 12°. ~ 57989 

A. L. Fov. Xew York. X. Y. A 
67284. Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 



Frank Eeade. no. 49. 4' 



57990 



1903 ... v. 30. Gloversville and 
Johnstown. X. Y., O. II. Bame & co., 
1003. 22 cm. 57998 

O. H. Bame & co., Gloversville, X. Y. 
A 65973. Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Good news. 32 pp. 4°. 57999 

Dr. D. M. Bve company, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. A 67967, Aug. 31, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1903. 

Goodwin (John B. ) Report to Sovereign 
grand lodge of the independent order 
of Odd Fellows, 79 annual session, Sept. 
21, 1903. Baltimore, Md. 135 pp. 
12°. 58000 

Sovereign grand lodge of the I. O. O. 
F., Baltimore. Md. A 67644, Sept. 4, 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 



Frank Tousey, Xew York, X. Y. A f H0- s< all cop per 10 amperespool handle 
67707, feept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1905. knife switches, complete sets of parts 

for double pole, single throw, etc. 



no. 50. 57991 

Frank Tousev, Xew Y"ork. X. Y. A 
67708, Sept. 4. 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Freemasons-Boston- Knights templars. 
From the golden dome to the Golden 
Gate . . . [Boston, Griffith-Stillina-s 
press, 1903] 48 p. illus. 19 cm. 

57992 
Boston commandery Knights Tem- 
plars, Boston, Mass. A 67147, Aug. 27, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 

Fruit (The) of gold, what a dollar can 

earn. 32 pp. illus. 8°. 57993 

Isaac H. Blanchard company, Xew 

York, X. Y. A 63372. Julv 6, 1903; 2 

c. July 6, 1903. 

Gates rock and ore breaker. Catalogue 1. 

12th ed. 56 pp. 12°. 57994 

Allis-Chalmers co., Chicago, 111. A 

67744, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Gen. Grant's grand-daughter to marry 
the son of the rebel brigadier general 
who fought him at Shiloh. In Ameri- 
can magazine supplement. Xew York 
American and journal, Oct. 4, 1903. 



Sheet, 9 by 6 inches. 58001 

H. O. Swoboda, East Orange, X. J. A 

69683, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 

Types S 2 a 10 and S 2 b 10. Sheet, 

9 by 6 inches. 58002 

H. O. Swoboda, East Orange, X. J. A 

69684, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Tvpes S 12 a 10 and S 12 b 10. Sheet, 

9 by' 6 inches. 58003 

H. O. Swoboda. East Orange, X. J. A 

69685, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 

Types S 62 a 10 and S 62 b 10. Sheet, 

9 by 6 inches. 58004 

H. O. Swoboda, East Oranse. X. J. A 

69686, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Hale (Edward Everett) The great anni- 
versary day. 58005 
Samuel J. Tucker, Xew York, N. Y. 
A 69809, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Hanaford ( Phebe A. ) Woman's mighty 

moral war against Turkish Xero great 

success. 58006 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

69935, Oct. 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 






W. R. Hearst, Xew Y^ork, X. Y. A 
69776, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903 



57995 Harris (Kennett). Of one thing and 



Generator call switchboards. Bulletin 
no. 6. 57996 

Stromberg-Carlson telephone manu- ~ 
facturing company, Chicago, 111. A 
67964, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

2±3 



another; Oh, the autumn leaves are 
falling. 58007 

Kennett Harris, Chicago, 111. A 

69693, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 
— Poet may sing. 58008 

Kennett Harris, Chicago, 111. A 

69694, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 



1086 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Haverlv's mastodon minstrels, imp. 4°. 

58009 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69925, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. o, 1903. 

Harden (Clyde) . The Harvard stadium. 

58010 
Clvde Harden, Boston, Mass. A 
69564, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Hiawatha, nnp. 4°. 58011 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69928, 
Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 



High art fashions for fall and winter. 

1903-1904. 12 pp. 16°. 58012 How to make capons 

Strouse & bros., Baltimore, Md. A 
66776, Aug. 21, 1903; 2 c, Sept, 10, 1903. 



How to hold the wife you have won. 
In American magazine supplement, New- 
York American and journal, Oct, 4, 
1903. 58021 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69783, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

How to live 100 years and more. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Oct. 4, 
1903. 58022 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69778, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 



Hill (Harry C.) Preparatory instruc- 
tions for young men who wish to be- 
come traveling salesmen. 28 pp. 24°. 

58013 
H. C. Hill, St. Louis, Mo. A 67497, 
Sept, 2, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1903. 

Hines ( W. W. ) Two of the extra people. 

58014 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69820. Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Hopkins, W[illiam] C. An appeal for 
the organic reunion of all the churches 
. . . [Toledo. Printed by the Hacke- 
dorn printing co., 1903] 46 p. illus. 
26 cm. 58015 

W. C. Hopkins, Toledo, Ohio. A 
68208, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1903. 

Hornung (E. W.) Denis Dent. chap. 

26, 27, & 28. 58016 

E. W. Hornung, London, England. 

A 68905, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 

1903. 

Horton (George). The man and the old 

maid. 58017 

Dailv storv publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. * A 69803, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 

c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

How it came about. 13 pp. 32°. 58018 

Hess & Clark, Ashland, Ohio. A 

66541, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

How it seems. In American magazine 

supplement, New York American and ; Illustrated catalogue and price list. 799 
journal, Oct. 4, 1903. 58019 pp 



pp. 12°. 58023 
Cvphers incubator company, Buf- 
falo; N. Y. A 65345, Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. 
Aug. 17, 1903. 

How to use carbanese. 15 pp. 16°. 

58024 

John E. Cartwright, St. Louis, Mo. 

A 61751, June 13, 1903; 2c. June 22,1903. 

Howe (Julia Ward). Woman's mighty 

moral w T ar against Turkish Nero great 

success. 58025 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69932, Oct. 7, 1903: 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Howells ( William Dean ) . Private theat- 
ricals, chap. 5, 6, and 7. In Atlantic 
monthly, Jan. 1876. 58026 

W. D. Howells, New York, N. Y., in 
renewal for 14 vears from Dec. 4, 1903. 
A 68630, Sept. 18,1903; 2c. Sept, 29, 1903. 

chap. 8. Feb. 1876. 58027 

W. D. Howells, New York, N. Y., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 21, 1904. 
A 68631, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1903. 

Chap. 9, 10. March, 1876. 58028 

W. D. Howells, New York, N. Y. 
In renewal for 14 years from Feb. 3, 
1904. A 68632, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
29, 1903. 



H viand (William Henrv) . A treatise on 
letter writing. 1903.' unp. 16°. 

58029 

W. H. H viand, Stanton, Nebr. A 

68358, Sept. 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 



58019 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69775, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

How the automobile has become a new 



58030 

Kelly & Jones company, Pittsburg, 
Pa. A 67510, Sept. 2, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
11, 1903. 



factor in human affairs. In American \ illustrating and describing the Webster 
magazine supplement, New York Amer- ; motor valve. 7 pp. 12°. 58031 

ican and journal, Oct. 4, 1903 



58020 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69782, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 



Warren Webster & co., Camden, N. 
J. A 68231, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 
19, 1903. 



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HOOKS 



10S7 



In the hotel corridor. In Dailv news, 
Chicago, Oct. 1, 1903. ' 58032 

W. Werner. Chicago, 111. A 64950, 
July 27. 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Industrial electricity. 23 pp. 32°. 58033 

11. C. Spaulding, Boston. Mass. A 

67369, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1903. 



32 pp. 
58034 



Iowa state atlas of the world 
4°. 

Rand. McNally & co., Chicago, 111 
A 68598, Sept. 18, 1903; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903 



Jamison, Alpha Pierce. Elements of 
mechanical drawing . . . [La Fay- 
ette, Ind., Press of Murphey-Bivins 
company, 1903] 2 v. diagrs. 25 cm. 

58035 

A. P. Jamison, Lafayette, Ind. A 

65333. Aug. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 

Johnson (Arthur C.) Nome, the golden 
metropolis of the Seward peninsula. 
In Dailv news, Denver, Colo., Sept. 27, 
1903. 58036 

Arthur C. Johnson, Denver, Colo. A 
69562. Oct, 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 



Uncle Sam's northern stockyards 

and their amphibious denizens. Oct. j Lemouche 
4. 1903. 58037 

Arthur C. Johnson, Denver, Colo. A 
69882. Oct. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1903. 



Ladies' birthdayalmanac, Southern states 
edition for the year 1904. 32 pp. 16°. 

58042 
Chattanooga medicine company, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. A 52644, Feb. '^>, 
19015; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Ladies world complete premium list. 

1903-1904. 20 pp. fol. 58043 

S. H. Moore & co., New York, X. Y. 

A 64352, Julv 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1903. 

Lamps art goods. Catalogue 441. 294 

pp. 16°. 58044 

Simmons hardware companv, St. 

Louis, Mo. A 64743, Julv 24,' 1903; 

2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Lawnpool. unp. 24°. 58045 

Robert T. Carr, Detroit, Mich. A 

68530, June 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1903. 

Lawson (Charles H.) System of operat- 
ing on and treating teeth in the human 
mouth, unp. 32°. 58046 

C. H. Lawson, Kansas City, Mo. A 
66919, Aug. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1903. 



(E. M.) Certain cure for 

constipation, unp. 24°. 58047 

E. M. Lemouche, Xew York, X. Y. 



Jones (Townsend Edward). The secret 
of personal influence. 



to pp. 



24 c 

58038 

T. E. Jones. West Haven, Conn. A 

59624, May 14, 1903; 2 c. May 7, 1903. 

Kevstone cabinets and cases. 24 pp. 

24°. 58039 

Kevstone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

A 65968, Aug. 7, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

King's views of New York citv. 1903. 
96 pp. fol. 58040 

Moses Kine, Xewton, Mass. A 67646, 
Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Kirkman, Marshall Monroe. Surplus 
material and track accounts; the col- 
lection of scrap and surplus articles, 
and an effective method for keeping the 
accounts of track material, tools, labor, 
etc., and making returns thereof. Sup- 
plement to "The science of railways" 
. . . Xew Y'ork and Chicago, The 
World railwav publishing company, 
1903. iv, 5-67 p. 19 cm. 
3—22557 58041 

World railway publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. A 68211, Sept. 12, 1903; 
2 c. Sep't. 12, 1903. 



A 65891, Aug. 
1903. 



1903; 



c. Auo:. 31, 



Bowser's bad night, bv 
5804*8 



Lewis (C. B. 
M. Quad. 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklvn, X. Y. A 
69765, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Lewis institute for the treatment and cure 

of constitutional speech defects. 30 pp. 

12°. 58049 

George Andrew Lewis, Detroit, Mich. 

A 65878, Aug. 6, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1903. 

Levs (John K.) A desperate game. 

58050 
John K. Levs, Great Britain. A 
69631, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 

Libertv bovs of "76," no. 144. 4°. 

58051 
Frank Tousev, New York, X. Y. A 

67697, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

no. 145. 4°. 58052 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67698, Sept. 4,'l903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Little grandmas in grandma land: enter- 
tainment. 32 pp. 16°. 58053 
Edgar S. Werner, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 66631, Aug. 18, 1903; 2c. Sept. 18, 1903. 



245 



1088 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Logan ( Mrs. John A. ) American women 
will smite the 20th century Nero. 

58054 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69567, Oct, 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 1, 1903. 

Christian queens with whom Ameri- 
can women will plead. 58055 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
69627, Oct, 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Industrial education. 58056 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69565, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

Our felicitous foreign relations. 

58057 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69500, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30,1903. 

London news. In New York times Sat- 
urday review, Oct. 3, 1903. 58058 
New York times, New York, N. Y. 
A 69671, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 



Loomis (Charles Battell). 
maid and a motor. 



A man, a 
58059 



Samuel J. Tucker, New York, N. Y. 
A 69806, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Lorimer (George C. ) Moral force of 

Christian women must end Sultan's 

cruel rule. 58060 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69877, Oct, 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 6, 1903. 

Lynch ( George ) . The awful truth of the 
Balkans. 58061 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69701, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

MacDonald, Alexander. The symbol of 
the apostles; a vindication of the apos- 
tolic authorship of the creed on the 
lines of Catholic tradition . . . New 
York, Christian press association pub- 
lishing companv, 1903. 377 p. 19 cm. 
3—22551 58062 

• list of authorities consulted in the prepa- 
ration of the present volume" : p. 367-368. 

A. MacDonald. Antigonish, Nova 
Scotia. A 62626, June 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

MacDonald (Ronald). Camilla Faver- 
sham. 58063 

Ronald MacDonald, London, Eng- 
land. A 69577, Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 
2, 1903. 

Mack (James). The home corresponding 
association, unp. 24°. 58064 

J. Mack, Cleveland, Ohio. A 68616, 
Sept. 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

Madison's budget, no. 9. 79 pp. 4°. 

58065 

James Madison, New York, N. Y. A 

67593, Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1903. 



Madole (R. S. ) Merchant publisher's 
co-operative svstem. [4 pp.] 8°. 

58066 
R. S. Madole, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. A 69374, Sept. 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 29, 1903. 

Makes afternoon calls in her private bal- 
loon. In American magazine supple- 
ment, New York American and journal, 
Oct. 4, 1903. 58067 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69774, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

The making of a catalogue, unp. 4°. 

58068 
Montgomery Ward & co., Chicago, 
111. A 67654, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 
19, 1903. 



Man and the dav of rest. 



58069 



J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 69623, 
Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Man in the street. In New York times 
magazine supplement, Oct. 4, 1903. 

58070 
New York times companv, New 
York, N. Y. A 69670, Oct. 3/1903; 2 
c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Manual of . . . structural steel. 58071 

Passaic steel companv, Paterson, N.J. 

A 63282, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Mills svstem of business writing, no. 1. 

24 pp. 12°. 58072 

Edward C. Mills, Rochester, N. Y. 

A 69634, Sept. 17,1903; 2 c.Sept. 17,1903. 

no. 6. 20 pp. 12°. 58073 

Edward C. Mills, Rochester, N. Y. 
A 69635, Sept. 17,1903; 2c. Sept. 25,1903. 

Minstrel jokes and end gags. In Will 
Rossiter's vaudeville prompter, no. 4. 

58074 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. A 69924, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

Missouri state atlas of the world. 32 pp. 

4°. 58075 

Rand, McNallv & co., Chicago, 111. 

A 68599, Sept. 18," 1903; 2 c.Sept. 18, 1903. 

Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, jr., and her 
two children. In American magazine 
supplement, New York American and 
Journal, Oct. 4, 1903. 58076 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69773, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Model $1,000 home. 58077 

Dennis & Gastmever, New York, 
N. Y. A 69191, Sept, 26, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1903. 



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10S!) 



.Modern medical methods. 50 pp. 24°. 

58078 
Oriental remedy company, Chicago, 
111. A 63643, July 9, 1903; 2 c. July 
16, 1903. 

Monroe (Annie Shannon). When he 

found out. 58079 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. A 69801, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 

c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Morton (Katherine). The beauty quest; 
the perfect forehead. * 58080 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69816, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Naughty choo-choo said Baby Edna. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Oct. 4, 
1903. 58081 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69779, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Nebraska telephone directory, July, Aug. 

& Sept., 1903. imp. 8°. " 58082 

Nebraska telephone company, 

Omaha, Nebr. A 65504, Aug. 5, 1903; 

2 c. Aug. 8, 1903. 

New adventures of foxv grandpa, unp. 

obi. 58083 

Frederick A. Stokes company, New 

York, N. Y. A 68219, Sept. 12, 1903; 

2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

New Nick Carter, no. 352. 4°. 58084 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

68016, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

no. 353. 58085 

Street & Smith, New York, N . Y. A 
68476, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

New thinss strange and curious. Oct. 4, 
1903. In New York herald, Oct. 4, 
1903. 58086 

New York herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. A 69626, Oct, 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 
5, 1903. 

Noel (Jefferson) . A French horn among 
the Philistines. 58087 

J. Noel, United States. A 69695. Oct. 
3, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 3, 1903. 

Northern section; list of subscribers Oct. 

1, 1903. 109 pp. 12°. 58088 

New England telephone & telegraph 

company, Boston, Mass. A 68419, Sept. 

16, 1903"; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903. 

Ochsner, A[lbert] J[ohn] Clinical sur- 
gery for the instruction of practitioners 
and students of surgery . . . Chi- 
cago, Cleveland press (The Clinical re- 
view publishing company) [ C 1902J 1 
p. 1., ii, 481 p. plates (1 col. ) 27£ cm. 
3—22560 5~8089 

Clinical review publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. A 38578, Aug. 1, 1902; 
2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 



Offener schreibebrief dee Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer. no. 510. 58090 

German press and plate co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 69812, Oct. 5, L903; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1903. 

Official directory. Sept, 1, 1903. is pp. 

12°. 58091 

Rockv mountain Bell telephone co., 

Salt Lake Citv, Utah. A 67855, Sept. 

8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1903. 

On London ' change. In New York times, 

Oct. 4, 1903. 58092 

New York times co. , New York, N. Y. 

A 69786, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Pacific coast diary for 1904. unp. 24°. 

58093 
Cambridgeport diarv company, Cam- 
bridgeport, Mass. A 61068, June 1, 
1903; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1903. 

Page ( Charles Edward ) . Practical guide 
to health, folder. 12°. 58094 

C. E. Page, Melrose, Mass. A 67599, 
Sept. 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 3, 1903. 

Pan-a-cea produces health and profit. 

12 pp. 24°. 58095 

Hess & Clark, Ashland, Ohio. A 

66542, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1903. 

Passing of picturesque fisherman of Jones 

Island. 58096 

Mary F. Flanders, Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 69704, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Peary ( R. E. ) Christmas at Cape Sabine. 

58097 

Samuel J. Tucker, New York, N. Y. 

A 69807, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Pence (William D. ) The coefficient of 

expansion of concrete. 58098 

Western society of engineers, Chicago, 

111. A 20687, Nov. 9, 1901; 1 c. Nov. 

9, 1901; 2 c. Feb. 1,1902. 

Phillips (Maria L.) A jolly Jack Tar. 

Sheet, 9 by 6 inches. 58099 

M. L. Phillips, Boston, Mass. A 

69405, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1903. 

Picture post cards decorate French school- 
rooms. 58100 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69771, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5,1903. 

Pluck and luck. no. 278. 4°. 58101 
Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67682, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 
no. 279. 4°. 58102 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67683, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 
Pocono laboratories, unp. 24° 58103 

Pocono laboratories, Swiftwater, Pa. 
A 67293, Aug. 29, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 11, 1903. 



247 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Practical instructions for selling the natu- 
ral body brace. 29 pp. 12°. 58104 
Natural body brace company, Salina, 
Kans. A 58925, May 5, 1903; "2 c. Apr. 
25, 1903. 

Practical psychology, part 2. 30 pp. 

8°. 58105 

L. F. Smith & F. S. Robinson, St. 

Louis, Mo. A 40249, Aug. 25, 1902; 2 

c. Aug. 25, 1902. 

Premium list. 42nd ed. 1903. 32 pp. 

8°. 58106 

Larkin soap company, Buffalo, N.Y. 

A 67995, Sept, 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 9, 1903. 

Preston (Barry). Eve. 58107 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69821, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Pretty Miss Ellison turning black. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, Oct. 4, 
1903. 58108 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69780, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

Primary teacher's helper, vol. 13, no. 4. 
lessons 40-52. pp. 169-231. 24°. 

58109 
Bible study publishing co., Boston, 
Mass. A 64809, Julv 25, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 14, 1903. 

Prospectus of the correspondence school 
of Highland Park college. 70 pp. 
16°. 58110 

Highland Park company, Des Moines, 
Iowa. A 68645, Sept, 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept, 18, 1903. 

Prospectus, The MacCormac correspond- 
ence school, unp. 24°. 58111 
Morton MacCormac, Chicago, 111. A 
68525, Sept. 11, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Quinn (John James). Manual training 

class register, imp. 8°. 58112 

Hinds & Noble, New York, N. Y. 

A 67048, Aug. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 17, 1903. 

Rathom (John R. ) Chicago's Canadian 

colony. 58113 

J. R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 

69487, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Record-Herald's answers by experts; 
agencies employed in Wall street pub- 
licity. 58114 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69561, Oct, 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

arguments in favor of " Raw food " 

theory. 58115 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

69044, Sept. 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1903. 



Record-Herald's answers by experts — 

Continued. 
discontent as an aid to activity of 

women. 58116 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

69195, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

flight from Indians seen in a mirage. 

58117 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69813, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

habits and good work of myriads of 

birds. 58118 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

69113, Sept. 25, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

hints on building homes for the 

birds. 58119 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69622, Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

how man who said he was guilty 

is freed. 5812b 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

69312, Sept. 28, ]903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

mannerisms that mark one's indi- 
viduality. 58121 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68947, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

outline of the work of trust promo- 
ters. 58122 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

68948, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 23, 1903. 

rules laid down for manners at the 

table. 58123 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69560, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

secret of longevity lies in cell health. 

58124 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69563, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1903. 

some timely suggestions on manners 

in public. 58125 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69929, Oct. 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

tricks and charms for Hallowe'en 

party. 58126 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69804, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct." 5, 1903. 

Wall street and its political power. 

58127 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
69931, Oct. 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Red, white and blue, Zym. Sheet 7 by 

7 inches. 58128 

Fred J. Deverall, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A 29407, Mar. 24, 1902; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Renaissance dwelling. 58129 

Herbert P. Onvx, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A 69194, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 



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1(M)1 



Besultful p4ans. unp. 12°. 58130 

Butler bros., Chicago, 111. A 67528, 
Sept. 2, 190.°.; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1903, 

Bizpah: oostimie recitation or panto- 
mime. 13 pp. 16°. 58131 
Edgar S. Werner, New York, X. Y. 



A 66630, Am 

1903. 



18, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 22, 



from 



Roberts (Charles G. D.) Word 
outdoors; The battle in the mist. 

58132 
Robert Howard Russell, Xew Y'ork, 



Sept. 19, 1903; 



X. Y. A 6S664, 
Oct. 10, 1903. 

Old lumber camp. 58133 

Robert Howard Russell, Xew York, 
X. Y T . A 67720, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 
10, 1903. 

Robinson ( Doane ) . South Dakota, unp. 

32°. 58134 

Robinson & Englesbv, Aberdeen, 

S. Dak. A 34058, May 27, 1902; 2 c. 

June 17, 1902. 



Rouse ( Adelaide L. 
lem. 

A . L. Rouse, 
67306, Aug. 29, 
1903. 



John Hovt's prob- 

58135 

United States. A 

1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 



Roval league of peace. Constitution and 

general laws. 30 pp. 32°. 58136 

Geo. W. Hardiman, Springfield, 

Ohio. A 68975, Sept. 21, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 5, 1903. 

St. Clair (W. G.) The arch of pearls. 

22 pp. 24°. 58137 

C. S. Dent & co., Detroit, Mich. A 

65259, Aug. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1903. 

Sangster (Margaret E.) Heartfelt re- 
sponse to Lady Henry Somerset's ap- 
peal. 58138 
W. R. Hearst, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. A 
69502, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

Santa Barbara county telephone direc- 
tory, Aug., 1903. 8 pp. 12°. 58139 
Sunset telephone & telegraph co., 
San Francisco, Cal. A 66737, Aug. 20, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Saxton (John G. ) Lo! the new Indian. 

58140 
T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 
69817, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Scarborough ( Mildred ) . The signal light. 
Chap. 1. In Y^oung people, Phil., 
Sept. 12, 1903. 58141 

American Baptist publication societ v, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 66200, Aug. 11, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 



Scarborough (Mildred)— Continued. 

Chap. 2. Sept. 19, 1903. 581*2 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 66822, Aug 21 

1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 

Chap. 3. Sept. 26, 1903. 58143 

American Baptist publication societ v, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 66S23, Aug. 21. 
1903; 2 c. Sept, 18, 1903. 

Chap. 3. Concluded. Oct. 3, 1903. 

58144 
American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 67624, Sept. 3, 
1903; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1903. 

Chap. 4. Oct. 10, 1903. 58145 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 68711, Sept. 19, 
1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Schick (J. M.) The President's Wash- 
ington pastor to American women. 

58146 
W. R. Hearst, Xew Y T ork, X. Y. A 
69672, Oct. 3, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Secret seryice. no. 245. 4°. 58147 

Frank Tousev, Xew Y^ork, X. Y. A 

67692, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

no. 246. 4°. 58148 

Frank Tousey, Xew York, X. Y. A 

67693, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 7, 1903. 

Seryiss (Garrett P.) The birth of the 
moon. 58149 

W. R. Hearst, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. A 
69767, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

Shackleton (James). Scheme for poul- 
try plants, rural, on large space. 58150 
J. Shackleton, Mil burn, X. J. A 
69881, Oct. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1903. 

Shorthand by correspondence. Pt. 1. 
12 pp. 16°. 58151 

Chicago correspondence schools, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 67171, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1903. 

Silyer state almanac. 1904. unp. 24°. 

58152 

C. Molloy, Xew Y r ork, X. Y. A 

67154, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1903. 

Simmons (William A.) Gold recovery 

company, Arizona, 14 pp. 16°. 58153 

AY. A. Simmons, Xew York, X. Y. 



A 69841, 
1903. 



Oct. 



1903; 



Oct. 6, 






Sinclair (M. S. ) Southern homespun 
gown, pantomime. 16 pp. 16°. 

58154 

Edgar S. Werner, Xew York, X. Y. 

A60524, May 26, 1903; 2c. Aug. 22,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Sleeping in graves and living naked in 
the open air. In American magazine 
supplement, New York American and 
journal, Oct. 4, 1903. 58155 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69777, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Smith (J. Edward). Test problems in 

arithemetic. 58156 

J. E. Smith, S. Zanesville, Ohio. A 

54959, Mar. 11, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 6, 1903. 

Smith (Willis E. ) A lover's " sweet" 
song. 58157 

AY. E. Smith, Chicago, 111. A 59731, 
May 15, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 30, 1903. 

Sonnichsen (A.) The boy Napoleon of 
the Orient by Antonio De Las Alas. 

58158 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69818, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Four-footed deep sea sailors. 58159 

Albert Sonnichsen, New York, N.Y. 
A 69827, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. j 

South central section. List of subscrib- ' 
ers, May 1, 1903. 134 pp. 8°. South 
central section. 58160 

New England telephone & telegraph 
co., Boston, Mass. A 58793, May 4, 
1903; 2 c. May 4, 1003. 

Speculation. 24 pp. 24°. 58161 ' 

William H. Durham, St. Louis, Mo. 
A 68526, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 8,1903. j 

Strong, Frank. Benjamin Franklin, a ' 
character sketch . . . with supple- 
mentary essay, by G. Mercer Adam | 
. . . and a character study, by Prof. ' 
Charles K. Edmunds . . . together 
with anecdotes, characteristics, and 
chronology. Milwaukee, H. G. 

Campbell publishing co., 1903. 174 p. ! 
inch front, (port.) illus. 19 J cm. J 
(Great Americans of history) 
3—23491 58162 

Bibliography: p. 174. 

Subject entries: Franklin, Beniamin, 1706- 
1790. 

H. G. Campbell publishing com- 
panv, Milwaukee, Wis. A 60128, May 
18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 23, 1903. 

Suburban cottage. 58163 

Dennis & Gastmeyer, New York, 
N. Y. A 69189, Sept. 26, 1903; 2 c. ! 
Oct. 3, J 903. 

Sutcliffe (Halliwell). King and queen 
of smugglers, no. 7. How Sir Nicho- 
las came strangelv to Vyse House. 

58164 
Pearson publishing co., New York, 
N. Y. A 68847, Sept, 22, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 22, 1903. 



Anancy stories; An- 
58168 



Telephone directory of Chicago by loca- 
tion, unp. 12°. '58165 
Thomas P. Hunt, Chicago, 111. A 
57486, Apr. 11, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1903. 

Ten year calendar. 58166 

C. E. Reeves, Perry, Okla. A 68982, 

Sept, 24, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

This merchant of far-off Japan. Card, 
8 by 6 inches. 58167 

Francis bros., Philadelphia, Pa. A 
69474, Sept. 15, 1903; 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1903; 1 c. Oct. 12, 1903. 

Thorp (William), 
ancy and Tiger. 

W. Thorp, New York, N.Y. A 69826, 
Oct, 5, 1903; " 

The defense of the Mohanmiedan. 

58169 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
69819, Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 190; 

Three dukes is too much for Americans. 

58170 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69772, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

Tip top weekly, no. 389. 4°. 58171 
Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
68478, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 

no. 390. 58172 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
68961, Sept. 23, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

To weak nervous sufferers, folder. 8°. 

58173 

Frank C. Fowler, Moodus, Conn. 

1900, A 8266, Mar. 30; 2 c. Sept. 14. 

1903. 

Townsend (E. W.) Chimmie Fadden 
stories; Chimmie Fadden on the diplo- 
macy of women. 58174 
Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 67826, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 
10, 1903. 

Chimmie Fadden on the edu- 
cation of the young. 58175 
Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 68708, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1903. 

Chimmie Fadden on the gener- 
osity of women. 58176 
Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 68709, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct, 10, 1903. 

Chimmie Fadden, the Bowery 

philosopher, provided more of a picnic 
than was called for. 58177 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 67825, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1903. 



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V. 34, No. 42 



BOOKS 



L093 



Jn Kansas Citv star, 
'58178 






Trade in live stock. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A* (56589, Aug. 17*, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 22, 1903. 

Sept. 21, 1903. 58179 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv. Mo. A 66590, Aug. 17," 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 21, 1903. 

Sept, 22, 1903. 58180 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 66591, Aug. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1903. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 58181 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 68482, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 

Sept. 24, 1903. 58182 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 68483, Sept. 16/1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 26, 1903. 

Sept. 25, 1903. 58183 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A* 68484, Sept. 16," 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Sept. 26, 1903. 58184 

Kansas City star companj^, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 68485, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1903. 

Sept. 28, 1903. 58185 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A'68486, Sept. 16/1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 30, 1903. 

Sept. 29, 1903. 58186 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv. Mo. A "68487, Sept. 16,"l903; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1903. 

Sept. 30, 1903. 58187 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 68488, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct. 2, 1903. 

Oct, 3, 1903. 58188 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
Citv Mo. A 68491. Sept. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
Oct". 6, 1903. 

Oct, 5, 1903. 58189 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A" 68492, Sept. 16, 1903; 2 
c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Trevelyan (Bertha). Mallory's readi- 
ness." 58190 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. 
A 69825, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Trilby. In Will Rossiter's vaudeville 

prompter, no. 4. 58191 I - 

Will Roesiter, Chicago, 111. A 69921, I 

Oct, 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. I 

251 



Trowbridge, .John Townsend. .My own 
Story, with recollections of noted per- 
sons . . . Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, L903. 

xiii, [1], 4S2 p., 1 I. 6 pi., 26 ports, 
(incl. front.) 1 facsim. 21 cm. 
3—22579 58192 

J. T. Trowbridge, Arlington, Mass. 
A 68002, Sept. 9, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, L903. 

U. M. and I. almanac. 1904. imp. 

24°. 58193 

C. Molloy, New York, N. Y. A 

67155,* Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 5, 1903. 

United daughters of the confederacy. 
South Carolina division. South Caro- 
lina women in the confederacy. Rec- 
ords collected by Mrs. A. T. Smythe, 
Miss M. B. Poppenheim and "Mrs. 
Thomas Taylor. Ed. and pub. by 
Mrs. Thomas Taylor, chairman, Mrs. 
Smythe, Mrs. August Kohn, Miss 
Poppenheim, Miss Martha B. Wash- 
ington, state committee Daughters of 
the confederacy. Columbia, S. C, 
The State company, 1903. 1 p. 1., 413 
p. 6 port, incl. front. 24 cm. 
3—21011 58194 

Subject entries: 1. U. S.— Hist.— Civil war- 
Hospitals, charities, etc.— Confederate. 2. 
U. S.— Hist. — Civil war — Personal narratives. 
3. South Carolina— Hist.— Civil war. 

Mrs. Thomas Taylor, chairman pub. 
committee S. C. daughters of the con- 
federacy, Columbia, S. C. A 66720, 
June 1, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1903. 

Uprising in all Eastern Macedonia, 58195 
AY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69511, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 1, 1903. 

Vest pocket list of caskets and robes. 
Jan., 1900 and 1903. 66 pp. 48°. 

58196 

W. L. Lockhart & co., Boston, Mass. 

A 64383, July 18, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1903. 

Viebig(E.) Der Mullerhannes. 58197 
New Yorker staats zeitung, New York, 
N. Y. A 42280, Sept. 24, 1902; 2 c. in 
parts Sept. 24, 1902, to Nov. 18, 1902. 

Washington as a mason, unp. 12°. 

58198 

National lead co. , New York, N. Y. A 

67152, Aug. 27, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1903. 

Weather bulletin. In Foster's forecasts. 

Oct, 3, 1903. 58199 

W. T. Foster, Washington, D. C. A 

69828, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Oct. 10, 1903. 58200 

W. T. Foster, Washington, D. C. A 

69829, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Welch's grape juice; the life of the grape. 

imp. 32°. 58201 

Welch grape juice co., Westfield, 

N. Y. A 67869, Sept. 8, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

8, 1903. 

Westinghouse friction draft gear. 54 pp. 
24°. 58202 

Westinghouse air brake co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. A 68685, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1903. 

Wheeler (Horace H. K. ) The fernwood 

booklet. 51 pp. 12°. 58203 

H. H. R. Wheeler, Dayton, Ohio. A 

65036, July 20, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1903. 

White and Kemble's atlas and digest of 
railroad mortgages. Great northern 
Ry., northern Pacific Ry., Chicago, 
Burlington and Quincy R.R. 58204 
White & Kemble, New York, N. Y. 
A 67192, Aug. 28, 1903; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1903. 

White's new method of card painting. 

Leaflet, 5i x 8J inches. 58205 

John W. White, North Adams, Mass. 

A 59370, May 11,1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Whiting's convenient cotton seed calcu- 
lator. No. 1. Card, 12£ by 8 inches. 

58206 
L. W. Whiting, Charleston, S. C. A 

69412, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

No. 2. 58207 

L. W. Whiting, Charleston, S. C. A 

69413, Sept. 19, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

Why he failed. In Daily news, Chicago, 
Sept. 30, 1903. 58208 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 57121. 
Apr. 8, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). Discord in the 

home. 58209 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69501, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1903. 

The frying pan and the fire. 58210 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69768, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Life lessons. 58211 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69933, Oct. 7, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Life's race. 58212 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69769, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Matrimonial privileges. 58213 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69568, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 1, 1903. 



Wilcox (Ella Wheeler) — Continued. 
She talks about the harsh treatment 

of animals. 58214 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

69875, Oct. 6, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1903. 

Wild animals I have caught. In Ameri- 
can magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, Oct. 4, 1903. 

58215 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
69781, Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Wild west weekly, no. 50. 4°. 58216 
Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67702, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

no. 51. ■ 58217 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 

67703, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Wilhelm (N. O.) Chautauqua lecture 
course union. 4 pp. 12°. 58218 

N. O. Wilhelm, Chautauqua, N. Y. 
A 69394, Sept. 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1903. 

Willard, John. A treatise on equity juris- 
prudence . . . Rev., corrected and 
enl., by Piatt Potter . . . Albany, 
N. Y., Banks & company, 1903. xliv, 
1077 p. 24 cm. 

3—13038 58219 

Banks & co., Albany, N. Y., in re- 
newal for 14 vears from June 5, 1903. 
A 61740, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 
1903. 

Wise men make a present sacrifice for 

future comfort, unp.. 48°. 58220 

Middaugh & Shannon, Washington, 

D. C. A 67584, Sept, 3, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 

14, 1903. 

Work and win, no. 252. 4°. 58221 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67687, Sept, 4, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 28, 1903. 

no. 253. 58222 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

67688, Sept. 4, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1903. 

Wyoming division, official directory, 
Sept. 1, 1903. 22 pp. 12°. 58223 

Rocky mountain Bell telephone com- 
pany, Salt Lake City, Utah. A 68281, 
Sept. 14, 1903; 2 c. Sept, 14, 1903. 

Young (Edgerton R. ) Lodge fire stories; 

the flood. In Sunday school advocate, 

Oct. 10, 1903. 58224 

Eaton & Mains, New York, N.Y. A 

69578, Oct. 2, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1903. 

Young Broadbrim weekly, no. 52. 4°. 

58225 

Street & Smith, New York, N.Y. A 

67469, Sept. 1, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1903. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



KWf) 



Young broadbrim weekly — Continued. 

no. 53. 58226 

Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. A 
68020. Sept 9, 1008; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1903. 

Young men's mutual improvement asso- 
ciations, Salt Lake Citv: . . .Manual. 
1903-1904. [Salt Lake City] The 
Deseret news, 1903. 1 v. 23 cm. 

58227 

Joseph F. Smith, for the church of 

Jesus Christ of Latter Dav Saints. A 

62478, June 10, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1903. 



120 points for investors in mining and 

industrial stocks. L5 pp. 12°. 58228 

Douglas, Lacev & co., Now York, 
N. Y. A 67820, Sept. 5, 1903; 2 c. 

Sept. 12, 1903. 



484-498 bis "Fairyland;" or, The king- 
dom of the fairies. Supplement no. 5. 
7 pp. 12°. 58229 

George Melies, Paris, France. A 
68196, Sept. 12, 1903; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1903. 



Number of books proper and pamphlets since Jan. 1, 1903 8, 759 

Number of leaflets, etc., since Jan. 1, 1903 3, 307 

Number of periodical contributions since Jan. 1, 1903 5, 996 

Total number of Book entries since Jan. 1, 1903 18, 062 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, '"Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. Class D, XXc, no. 4070, 
Oct. 5. 1903; 2 conies received Oct, 5, 1903." 



Alice in Blunderland. In Will Rossiter' s 
vaudeville prompter, no. 4. 58230 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. D 4070, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

Big minstrel jubilee. In Will Rossiter's 
vaudeville prompter, no. 4. 58231 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. D 4073, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Blaze (A) of glory. 8°. 58232 

Marie Wellesley Sterling, Camden, 
N. J. D 4035, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Oct, 2, 1903. 

Country visitor. In Will Rossiter' s vaude- 
ville prompter, no. 4. 58233 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. D 4062, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 

Daffodil farm; a pastoral musical play in 
three acts, bv Roderic C. Penfield and 
John Kendrick Bangs. 102 pp. 8°. 

58234 

John Kendrick Bangs & Roderick C. 
Penfield, New York, N. Y. D 3414, 
May 11, 1903; 2 typewritten c. Sept, 3, 
1903. 

Dangle (The) woman. 8°. 58235 

Julia L. Cole, New York, N. Y. D 

4032, Sept. 30, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

Sept. 23, 1903. 
Dime-museum (The) lecturer. In Will 

Rossiter's vaudeville prompter, no. 4. 



Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct, 5, 1903. 

8930—03 2 



58236 

D 4068, 



Girls (The) of the Liberty; or, Captain 
Angel. 48 pp. 8°. 58237 

Svdnev Deane, New York, N. Y. D 
4034, Oct. 1, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
Sept. 22, 1903. 
Humanity. In Will Rossiter' s vaudeville 
prompter, no. 4. 58238 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. D 4072, 
Oct. 5, 1903; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1903. 
Journey thro' rhymeland; fantastic opera 
in three acts by William M. Lowrie. 
oo 58239 

W. M. Lowrie, Chicago, 111. Class D, 
XXc, no. 4052, Oct. 8, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. Oct. 8, 1903. 
King of the ghouls; a melodrama in four 
acts by Charles F. Gotthold & George 
D. Parker. 120 pp. 8°. 58240 

C. T. Gotthold & Geo. D. Parker, 
New York, N. Y. D 3871, Aug. 25, 
1903; 2 typewritten c. Oct. 6, 1903. 
Little (The) Christian, c